Saturday, October 9, 2010

{House Mouse School Time}

Happy Saturday Friends! I hope that the weather is as beautiful  where you are as it is here in Southeast Oklahoma! Today I am playing along with the House Mouse & Friends Monday Challenge . I used a super cute House Mouse stamp , and an apple from the an old Stampin' Up! set I have had for a long time. The sentiment is from the SU set "Greetings Galore". I accented the apple with Crystal Effects, and used a pop dot to make it jump out, along with the cute little mouse doing a happy dance.  The theme of this weeks House Mouse challenge was to make a "school themed" card. My card is a teacher thank you card! The DSP is by DCWV, and Cosmo Cricket. The buttons are from SU . The ribbon is by American Crafts. I am super happy with the way my card turned out! There is still time for you to play along with the challenge so join us if you can! Thank you for visiting my blog today and have a great weekend!


Anonymous said...

cute card!
Jamey :)

Sue said...

Veronica, what a darling card you made, and any teacher would love to receive such a treasure. Great background paper. The image is colored beautifully. Thanks for joining us at the House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge. A new challenge starts Monday, hope to see you back with us.

Sue Drees

Sue said...

Hi ya
aww a fabulous card,great image & colouring, luv the design, thank you for joining us at House Mouse & friends this week, hope to see you next time, sue,x

Christine said...

Stunning HM creation very creative thanks for sharing & joining us at HM&F Monday chall..hope to see you again..

smiles Christine & HM DT xx

Sue from Oregon said...

Darling card Veronica! Love the very clean lines as well as the wonderful colors! I esp like that you also used your SU! stamps too...I do that all the time! Thanks for joining us at HM&F's Monday Challenge! Hope to see you tomorrow!

Natascha said...

A really cute and fun card. Love your creation!
Thank your for joining us at House Mouse & Friends Monday Challenge! Hope to see you again.

Hugs, Natascha