Monday, January 21, 2013

{PIN}spiration, Anyone??

Time for a new challenge at



And, this week we are sponsored by


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For our {PIN}spiration we had this adorable doggie.


I am sure you are going to ask how I got from that picture to this card....


The answer...he is basically white and black with a pop of color....hence, the card I made for my DH!
It was great that Cardmadfairy gifted me these adorable images to show off this week! Be sure to stop by and check out the Digis there.
And, while you are blurfing, check out our {PIN}spiration Challenge 41!


Thanks for stopping by!
HUGGZ,
April



Number 23
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13 comments:

Darlene said...

And that's why you are a creative inspiration to me...leaping from the picture challenge to your finished product! It's perfect!! What a great button heart that is and the font - oh my, how wonderful!!
Hugs!

Barb said...

What a cute card--love the image you used!

Tammy said...

Terrific card and very clever to use a red button!

jimlynn said...

Oh so pretty!! Love the big heart and the red, black and white are perfect.
Lynn

:: BlueInks :: said...

With explanation I see where you are going with your card. I love the colors together and that sentiment/font is to die for. Great card!

Athina said...

He will love this card! Very nice!

Kelli Acopan said...

super cute!! my friend owns kitty bee designs!! i have to go check out that challenge!!

marsha said...

Fabulous! I just love your interpretation, great card!
Hugs,
Marsha

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) A•Muse Consultant #1065 said...

April, this card is lovely!!!

Lola said...

LOL! Now I see the connection. Either way, your card is so pretty!

nwilliams6 said...

Great image - love the buttons on the heart. I can totally see how you got this card from the image - you got it from the colors. Super card for hubby. Hugz!

Linda said...

What a beautiful card April. Your husband is going to love it

Margaret said...

Great take on the challenge and a truly lovely card. I wasn't sure if those buttons were real or not.