Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Day 29 - Z

Well, we've come to the end of the alphabet! One more surprise challenge day to go. I have so enjoyed playing along with this challenge. If it hadn't been the alphabet and being able to work ahead I may not have been able to participate every day. But it's been such fun and thanks to Beccy for the inspiration, the fun, and the stash of Christmas cards that I now have on hand. For my Z card I made a double Z-fold card.


I followed the tutorial at Beccy's Place to make the double z-fold card. It was pretty easy to make and I've been loving making these different kinds of folds that I've never tried before. The image is another freebie from Beccy's Place called Penguin. He's trying to stay warm with his scarf and checking out that star (MFT Pierced Star Stax). I colored the penguin with Spectrum Noir and Copic markers and fussy cut him, then popped him up with foam tape. The designer paper is American Craft. The sentiment is from a retired Gina K set. The snowflakes on the sentiment panel, snowflakes on a panel not visible and the inside sentiment are from a retired Stampin' Up! set called Snow Swirled.  The sentiment is die cut with MFT Cross Stitched Ovals. I am entering these challenges:

That's it for me tonight. Tomorrow is my day to volunteer at Head Start with the twins. My favorite time of the week. And speaking of the twins, I haven't shown a pic of them in a while so here's a recent one of them playing with pots and spoons in my kitchen. Okay they are really checking the spoons to see if they have any food on them. Those two LOVE to eat! LOL!


Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful Wednesday.

Donna

12 comments:

Lisa Lynn said...

Great card Donna. Love that layout, and the adorable penguin. Those little ones are sure growing. Enjoy your day with them tomorrow.

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Donna, you Z-fold (Z) card is awesome. You did it! The alphabet is complete.

Now about those twins.... ADORABLE!!! (oops, might need to start over again with the letter A since I mentioned adorable).

Joi at RR said...

ZESTFULLY ZAZZY!! What a ZEALOUSLY DELIGHTFUL card Donna! Thanks bunches for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Sure hope you will remember us for our next challenge too! Xj.
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Joi at RR said...

Your TWINS and PRECIOUSLY ZAZZY too!!! Xj.

:: BlueInks :: said...

I like the fold you used on the card. It shows the DP so well. Cute sentiment too. Speaking of cute - those twins!

Kim x said...

Lovely card Donna, and the twins are very cute too.
Thank you for joining my Animal Magic challenge at CCM.
Hugs Kimx

Beccy said...

Awwwww, what a pair of cuties! Your little grandbabies are adorable Donna and they look like they're enjoying their time in the kitchen. My kids loved playing in our Tupperware cupboard at this age... every day they would empty the whole cupboard and every evening I've have to put it all away again.
Your penguin card looks great, and you did a good job with the colouring. The mix of papers coordinate perfectly and make a very festive background for the image. Well done.
Cheers,
Beccy

Pam said...

Your penguin card is so cute Donna, but the twins are even cuter!!! Oh how they are growing! They are darling!
Pam
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Josephine said...

Your penguin card is so cute!

Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers!

Kath Stewart said...

your card is adorable, that penquin is so cute and oh boy, love the pic of your twins playing with the pots and pans, thank you for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge...hugs kath xxx

Judy McKay said...

Love your card fold. Cute card. Thank you for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers this month. Judy DT

Maike von maikreations said...

Wow, this double-z-fold card looks awesome and I love the penguin, too ;o) Thank you for sharing your creation with us at the Crafty Cardmakers! Have a wonderful December, take care and happy crafting, Maike

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