Splish Splash

The challenge this week at CAS-ual Fridays is Splish Splash!  I happened to be up in the wee hours when the challenge was first posted.  The minute I saw the post...I knew which stamp set I wanted to use.  The duck is from a retired Close To My Heart stamp set, Makin Waves.  I have always loved the images in this stamp set....but sadly they had never seen ink.  Regardless of never seeing ink, they had earned themselves a spot in the keep pile!  Around 2am, I managed to get my image colored, mostly to my liking.  At this point, I am thinking I should really get to bed, so I can manage to get up in a few hours to go to the office.  Something about that day job that really cuts into my crafting time.  My little card was yet to be finished......a few hours later, I grab a couple of supplies and head to the office.  (Looking back, I needed more than a couple of supplies!)  Let me tell you, this card was finished old school!  We are talking dull office scissors and a ruler!  Do you think I remembered to put scissors or a paper trimmer in my box???  Fortunately I remembered the adhesive, or I would have had to assemble with tape!  I missed out on the square challenge last week, so I was determined to get my entry in for this weeks challenge.  Getting the card completed just turned out to be a little more challenging than I anticipated!

So once, I had the card completed, you would think the hard part was over!  Wrong, on so many accounts!  For starters, ever tried to take a decent pic of a white card under office lighting, with an old office camera? No lightbox, no backgrounds.  I am still determined though.  A little copy paper placed around the card blocked out most of the distractions.  No photo editing at the office either...thank goodness for picmonkey!  I hope you enjoy the cute little duck, it turned out to be quite a feat to get him here!

Supplies by Close To My Heart, except where noted:

1385 White Daisy Cardstock
Retired Moonstruck Cardstock
Retired Moonstruck Ink
Tuxedo Black Ink by Memento
Retired C1365 Makin Waves
A1126 A Bowwow
Z679 Liquid Glass
Copic Sketch Markers
Embossing Folder by Provocraft
Twine by The Twinery
Googlie Eyes by SU 

I have entered my card in the following challenges:
Crafty Creations -Yellow, green, blue
Crafts For Eternity-Splish Splash Splosh
Simon Says Stamp -Animal antics

Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. That little ducky is adorable and your embossing folder is perfect! I thoroughly enjoyed reading your post ;) Thanks for playing along this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

  2. Tee-here this made me giggle Allisa! Love your google eyed scuba diving quacker!!

  3. So adorable. Yes, this stamp set is in my keep pile, too. Those duckies are just too sweet to part with.

  4. A cute little ducky perfectly placed in the embossed bubbles. Nice job.

  5. How cute! Love your coloring and that embossing folder is perfect. Thank you for playing along over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge blog! :)

  6. Oh my gosh! How cute is that?! I love the googlie eyes :) Thank you for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  7. LOL Love it Allisa! The google eyes are such a great touch. really fun card! Hugs!

  8. So glad you got to play along so quickly! This little duck is beyond adorable! Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  9. Lovely project. Perfect for our challenge. Thanks for joining us at Crafts4Eternity.

  10. Hi Allisa! I see you are a fellow CTMH consultant!! What's even more interesting is that we have both been consultants for around the same amount of time! Your card is just adorable! I don't remember that cute little duck, so I must not have that set! Glad I found your blog :)
    Happy Stamping!

  11. Super cute image !! Lovely card Thanks for playing this week at C4E.

  12. Fun card! You made casual look super easy. I love it.

  13. Thank-you so much for sharing your fabulous card with us at Crafts 4 Eternity this week hugs x

  14. Oh, heavens, Allisa, how I LOVE this card! It is so, so much fun!!


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