Thursday, March 17, 2016

March Happenings......PPA292





It will be Easter before we know it this year!  Looks like this chick is ready!  

But it looks like this chick will be celebrating something else today.....Top o' the Mornin' to ya!






Beth has a fun sketch for us at Pals Paper Arts!





Stamp Sets: Honeycomb Happiness, Easter Lamb

12 comments:

stampwithamyk said...

Sweet card! Love your little chick and the layering of your designer papers. Your other little chick with the St Patrick's Day card is too cute too! :)

Mary Fish said...

Top of the morning to you, Miss Linda and your "minnie me!" Darling chick and my eye goes straight to those random sequins - the perfect touch!

Dawn Tidd said...

Two cute chicks!! I love the one on the card and how you used the Balloon image for his belly. (I think that's right.) That Emma looks like she could be up to something…kind of like a little leprechaun!

Beth Beard said...

Such a sweet little chic. You rock every challenge!

Beth Beard said...

Such a sweet little chic. You rock every challenge!

Diane - oliver.mdiane@comcast.net said...

Linda Your little chick is so cute... I really like this set. Wish we could mail without smashing the honeycomb piece... Your little O'Emma is adorable. She'll follow in Gramma's footsteps with creativity ... right?
Your previous post is too cute. Love your creative interpretation of the sentiment. Very cute.
Hugs.

Patti MacLeith said...

I love how you used the sentiment from the lamb stamp with the chickadee! And Emma's artwork is beautiful!

Karren said...

Adorable card and a great take on the sketch! And Miss Emma's leprachaun is just too cute!

Ann Schach said...

Adorable as always! When I grow up, I want to make cards like you. Your cards always blow my socks off!

Just a Thought... said...

Fabulous card!! Clever interpretation of the sketch! Just too cute Linda!!

Ginger said...

Such a darling combination of products Linda! Adore what you did for the challenge.

Lisa Ann Bernard said...

Cute card. I love how you used the balloon fill for the chicks body. So smart!!