Today I get to help kick off the new challenge at the
Debbie Fisher is hosting this challenge:
"April 10-16 is Week of the Young Child.
Let’s create a card/project for a young child.
This can be for any occasion: birthday, get well, or just because."
It seems that Debbie knew something about me or has a sixth sense because I have celebrated the Week of the Young Child for many years. My first job in the education field was as a teacher and director at Window Tree Preschool. I attended many Conference on the Young Years presented by Missouri's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Besides my degree in Elementary Education and Elementary Guidance and Counseling, I also have a degree in Early Childhood.
Well, enough about me, on to the card...
I think Faith's Dino-mite Birthday Party set is perfect to brighten any child's day.
I decided that I would make this a girly-girl dinosaur [Dino's aren't just for boys ya' know!] and went with the all pinkish color scheme with lots of fussy cutting, glitz and glamour!
I used a Stand-Up card design.
I am entering this Pinky-Pink Dino card in the following challenges:
By the Cute and Girly - to be cute and girly!
CES Challenge - Monochromatic
Craft Your Passion - anything goes
Creatalicious Challenge - Two Tone colors
Hand Stamped Sentiments - Pink-a-Licious color scheme
Lexi's Creations - Monochromatic
One Stop Craft Challenge - Monochromatic
Allsorts Challenge - anything but a square
One Stitch At a Time - 3-D
Critter Challenge - fancy folds
Kaboodle Doodles - Let's Get Girly!
Fussy and Fancy - child theme
Cooking It Up with Katie - The ingredients for this week are: Start with a Die Cut,
Add a few Scallops, Keep it Monochromatic
Colour Create Challenge - color combo, pink, black, white
Really Reasonable Ribbons - dies or punches
Crafty Ann's Challenge - Raise a smile
Picture Perfect Creations -
Tuesday Morning Sketches
Thanks for stopping by and check out Card - Ideas on Monday to see a 'few' of my favorite creations with D2D images!