Monday, 8 March 2021

Not My Circus....

 Good morning and a very happy Monday, I hope you have enjoyed your weekend! Today I'm over at the Lost Coast Designs Portal To Creativity with my trio of Rolodex cards for our Mini Me challenge.

There's just something about these stamps that make me smile!

I started by cutting the backgrounds for my Rolodex, and then stamping with Distress Oxides. The bottom one reminds me of one of my favourite Basic Grey papers, so I was well pleased!

Then I stamped and coloured my wonderful monkeys.

We have Flying Monkey on a Chickenwire background.

Three Monkeys on the Bubbles Border, and

The very handsome Matador Monkey on the Old Typewriter Alphabet.

These are the backgrounds

Large Chickenwire

Bubbles Border

Old Typewriter Alphabet

And here are the images and sentiments

Three Monkeys

 and from Carmen's Veranda

Flying Monkey

Matador Monkey and

Clear words and phrases

I hope you like them, and that you join in with our fun challenge. Just remember that it's a mini challenge, ATC's shrink plastic etc, and real stamping must be used.

Take care, and thanks so much for looking x


  1. Fabulous pieces Sue! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie

  2. Sue you are always so inventive with your index cards I'd love to see all you have created since you first began them, I can imagine your rolodex is bulging full of creativity. I've always loved that flying Flash Gordon monkey but i've never seen the see no, hear no speak no Trio.. they remind me of my three (not so little monkeys) Fab fab & fab some more.
    Now it's way past my bedtime, night night Hugs Tracey xx

  3. Fantastic, especially the matador monkey :)

    All the best Jan

  4. Really lovely!!! :D
    It's strange that I've just started myself to create such fun Rolodex cards... I will certainly do much more now teehee. Thanks for the samples!
    Happy crafting and sunny day, Sue. xxx


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