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Sisters

I made this card for my sisters. When I saw the tiny Lil’ Grumpies on my newest Smeared Ink set, I knew I had to make them a card featuring these crazy little creatures.

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Growing up, we 3 each had our “own” color. I was blue, Pam was green, and Monica was pink. Our rooms were in our color, if our mom bought us 3 of something, it was in our color, etc. So, of course I had to color in the Grumpies in “our” color as well!

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I also tried to pick the Grumpies that I thought was most like each of us! And my sisters definitely thought that I picked the right ones!

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They are colored in with colored pencils. And the “Sisters” is from an Alphabet set by Time Flies.

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I added this to the inside. This sentiment is from the Lil’ Grumpies set. I love the sentiments that it comes with!

My family thought the card was great. Which of course makes me very happy! But, I may have to make one more of these so they don’t fight over the single card! Have an inspiring day!!!

Comments

How cute!! Love the story about the colors.
ladybrayton71 said…
Cute card! I love the background story!
Erica said…
Great story! Beautiful card! Those grumpies are adorable! Hugs! Eri
Ah this is too cute! I love those little Grumpies! What a cute idea and I always love your stories. :D
Jennifer said…
I agree with the other comments great story. Too cute!
I want to thank you for everything you sent with the atc. I love the atc so so much. My darling daughter is going to be so jealous--:D She thinks Damon is hot ( she is 14). Thanks again!!!
Alyssa S said…
Too cute! Love that you all had your own color - probably made things a bit easier to sort out for your mom! Your coloring is fab, as always! Glad the whole fam loved the card!

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