Saturday, July 11, 2009

Let's catch a wave!

When I was over at my friend, Jennifer's house the other day I was so surprised when our other scrappin' friend, Angel, gave me the neatest pack of paper. It's Sunsplashed by WeR Memory Keepers for Archivers. Such fun, fun paper.
In it was paper with surf boards and a light bulb went off....I dug through my RAK box and found a Surfer Riley. How fun!!
Are you ready to catch a wave?

card size: 5 1/2 x 4 1/4
stamps: image from RAK, TAC retired- Fun in the Sun
paper: Sunsplashed from Archivers,
ink: SU basic brown,
others: prismacolors, OMS, Cricut, orange brads, waterfall stickles,
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Aud said...

Wow! This card is just too cool! Great pp with the surf boards!

Have a wonderful weekend, my friend!


Beth Norman said...

Wow, this is a fab card. How awesome that the dp matches the image so well. I like the way you created waves for the sentiment--truly creative!

Teresa said...

Love your surfer dude, goes perfect with that paper.

Cindy Haffner said...

Lovin your sweet Riley.

Anne said...

What a fun card, love the paper and the Stickles on the wave too:)

Tina said...

this is too cute - love the wave accent onthe bottom border - cute stuff

Michelle said...

WhooHoo free paper and it goes perfectly with Riley. Love the card, dude :o)

Eulanda said...

This is so cute and I love the glitter. Great job Danni!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

OOOH DUDE!! It's surfer Riley!! What a really awesome card!! I love his sparkly shorts!! :)

Lynn said...

This is absolutely fantastic!!!
Love the paper, love the waves and love the glittery Riley image!

Shelly said...

Absolutely awesome, Danni. It all comes together perfectly.

Ann said...

TOO fun! I love that surfboard paper!

Tanya said...

Very cute card! I love the colours.

Kristie said...

What a fun card! I love Riley!


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