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Thursday, 1 November 2018

A Little Crazy

Good morning and happy Thursday. Can you believe it's November already! It's also time for our 'Summer' holidays. Since we retired we've had our holidays in November and spent the Summer at home and boy was I glad that we did that this year. So the 'kids' are in charge of the house, which means a mass tidy up the day before we're due home, and a mega full washing basket!

We have a new challenge at Country View Crafts and I'm sure it will be a very popular one as it's the latest craze Artist Trading Coins. 



 My mini crazy cats and dogs have been stamped and cut out (thank goodness for these Framelits dies) and then coloured with Tim's Distress Markers.

Now I do love coins for coins sake, but sometimes you just need a card! I stamped my white card with the mini crazy accessories, and coloured with the Distress Markers. Just look at all that white space, it's quite frightening!

Then I just added the coins, and the sentiment from my 'go to' Tim set. And there we are, a card made with hours to spare lol.
I hope that you join in with our fun challenge,  I'll be off the grid for a few weeks, so I'll catch up when I get back.
My crazy animals are joining in with the Anything Goes challenge at Simon Says Stamp
Wednesday.
Have a happy November, and thanks very much for looking x

17 comments:

  1. Nver heard of the new craze with the coins but your use of the images is fantastic.

    Have a great holiday in November-we always went at that time of year and usually to the Canaries where it was sunny but windy. Better than rainy and windy like it is here today

    Love Chrissie xx

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  2. These are such fun. The fresh colour palette is gorgeous. Love. Tracy ❤️

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  3. Wonderful and fun card. Enjoy your holidays. Hugs, Valerie

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  4. Dear Sue, we are like-minded :-D Fabulous coins with the crazy creatures!!! And lovely cheery card with the coins!!! Happy November and enjoy the holiday!!!

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  5. Oooh goodie!! Great theme. Love these crazy ATCoins. Happy holidays Sue. Hugz

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  6. Oh yes, I am with you on the white space - I always have the urge to fill it up - lol ! I do love the crazies and I just love your coins, they make me smile.... Hope you have a wonderful holiday Sue and the house is still in one piece when you get home again!! Hugs, Anne xx

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  7. Great make Sue, the crazy animals never fail to make me smile! xx

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  8. These are wonderful Sue - such fun.

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  9. These are fab Sue, really fun. Great minds re using them on cards, they look great! xxx

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  10. awesome make Sue - love the coins and they look fab on the card - brilliant!

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  11. This is brilliant! I love how clever You used this images and the sewing makes for a special charm!
    Happy Holidays - enjoy!
    Hugs, Susi

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  12. Sue this is one of those cards that is perfect for every occasion and will surely put a smile on anyone who receives. Beautiful colouration and composition, those coins look fab with or without that white space.
    Wishing you a relaxing break enjoy dear.
    Big Hugs Tracey xx

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  13. Fabulous Sue, such fun coins and a great way to use them hugs Debsx

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  14. So cute your coins. Iam not on Facebook but looking for swap partners. Greetings from Germany
    Thurid

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  15. So fun, Sue! Love your coins and the use of them! The background with all these tiny accessoires is super cute.
    Happy holidays xxx Evelyn

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  16. Sorry for the late comment Sue. I continue to be crazy busy, but still loving your blog and brilliant makes of course :)
    this is one of those adorable cards everyone would love receiving!!!
    Have a great crafty day, dear Sue.
    Hugs, Coco xx

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  17. Love your art and crafts, the colours you've used look good.

    Happy November and Happy Holidays …

    All the best Jan

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