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Friday, January 10, 2014

Speedy Fox and Friends - sponged circles

The weekend is finally here and it is raining.   I suppose that is a step up from the snow and ice we had last week so I am not going to complain.  

The challenge for Speedy Fox and Friends is to use sponged circles on your cards or projects.   I chose to use the  Mark's Finest Paper "North American Woods" stamp set.   I used the colors night of navy, island indigo and Razzleberry.    These were the colors for Splitcoast stampers color challenge this week.   Come on over to Speedy Fox and hang out with the design team.  They will have some cards for you to see and you can link your sponged circle project to Mr. Linky so we can see what you made.   One lucky participant will win a stamp set.  You can find out more about that when you arrive at the blog.

Thanks, coming by today.

9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous colors! I really like the wolf in that color! Great design! Raining here too! We are supposed to get up to 60 later today! Crazy! Monday we had wind chill of -9!!! Happy Saturday to you!

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  2. Cool Wolf and great card layout - TFS

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  3. What a beautiful image Shirley ! Love the embossed background too ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

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  4. Shirley--I love you take on the sponged circle challenge!!!! The wolf image reminds me of my Siberian Husky Shannon. Wonderful card my friend! TFS

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  5. Wild and bold this is great........Lis

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  6. This color combo works really great for this set, Shirley!! Your sponged circles have the cool chill of the "wild" in them and your EF makes it look like snow in the BG. Yeah, I know - no one wants to hear that word right now! LOL Stay warm and dry! Hugs!

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  7. Nice looking masculine card.

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  8. Fabulous Masculine card Shirley! Love the wolf and the howling good sentiments!

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  9. What a fun challenge! Your circles are great and I love those images! I think rain is better than snow as long as it is not cold enough for the rain to freeze. Our weather is crazy here - pipes bursting and ice everywhere Mon - Wed and yesterday I was running around without a sweater or coat! Hugz!

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