Create a smile- tag it challenge

Hi everyone!

A quick post to share a card I made for the Create a Smile Tag- it challenge. It is their first challenge and I’m excited to participate using one of their adorable stamp sets.

Here is my card using the ‘unfrogettable‘ stamp set.

To make this card, I stamped the images from the stamp set in grey on the card base. I coloured the frog and the puddle with Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens and gussy cut them out. I added googly eyes as I thought it would be fun. Die cut a tag using the Paper Smooches tag die and adhered the images on it. Since I found the background too distracting, I layered a piece of vellum and then added the tag.

I hope you like it. 🙂



6 responses to “Create a smile- tag it challenge”

  1. Beautiful card 🙂 And I love the googly eyes! 🙂


  2. Love this adorable card ❤ and how cute looks with those googly eyes ❤ Thank you for playing along with Create a Smile challenge


  3. This is sooo adorable! Love your coloring 🙂
    Thank you for playing along with our 1st Create a smile challenge! ♥


  4. christinedrogt82 Avatar

    Sindhu, this is so beautiful!
    I really like how you used the vellum over your background to make your frog stand out! and the googly eyes crack me up!
    Hope you’ll join our future challenges! ❤
    Smiles from the CAS headquater,


  5. hi!
    Thanks for joining the CAS challenge! I like the colours you choosed fror the frog, never thought about an other colour except of green. And these eyes are just so funny!
    See you on the next challenges as well 🙂
    Greets Farida


  6. What an adorable card! Thank you very much for sharing it In the Create a Smile Stamps challenge! We hope you will keep playing with us for future challenges as well!
    Have a nice day,


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