Sunday, 30 October 2016

Karma Chameleon


Another CAS card today - this time stamped using a lizard from a Woodware set, called In The Jungle, and a sentiment from Rubber Dance. I've used scraps of card to match the chameleon for my background layer.

I'm sharing this with
The Male Room - Orange, Blue and Yellow
Sweet Stampin' - Inspired by a book, film or song (Karma Chameleon, of course!)

You'll be relieved to know that's my final post for today...... well, the final one I'm publishing today anyway.   I still have a couple to schedule, my poor keyboard is going to wear out.

9 comments:

  1. A fabulous card Jane. I love the chameleon image and the colours look great. The way you've used your snippets is very clever. A super sentiment. Barbxx

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  2. The chameleon looks wonderful in the bright colours you've chosen. Super card, Jane! xx

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  3. LOL!!! Now I'm humming the song! I absolutely love this card. The image is superb and the colours work so well! Thanks so much for playing along with TMR this week! Deborah, DT.

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  4. Haha, that's brilliant! Utterly LOVE this!! Fab image. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous card with us at Sweet Stamping this week for our 'Inspired by a Book/Film/Song challenge. Hugs, Wends xoxo Sweet Stamping DT

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  5. Fabulous card, love your colouring and the background scrap card. Fun too. Thank you for playing at The Male Room Challenge of colours. Faith DT

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  6. Gorgeous card with ours colours you made :-))
    Thank you for joining us at Male Room.
    Hugs, Andreja

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  7. First off your sentiment is so right on.. so true and I love it.. now for the rest of your delicious card. The color choices you chose are perfect for our challenge. I love this little chameleon.it is colored so well and surrounded by all that beautiful white space! Thank you for joining us at he Male Room.
    cyber Hugs
    Shawna DT

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  8. Love the card and the colours, the sentiment is great. Thanks for showing off your Woodware stamps.

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