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It’s the Playtime Release Day!

Hello Bloggy friends! It’s release day for the Simply B Stamps new Jude and the Rockers Collection: Playtime. I love this collection, as I’ve said all week. Today we are featuring Beep Beep Jude. And he is for sure, one of my faves of the set. You should have started this hop at the SBS Blog, so if you haven’t, please go back there to start at the beginning.  Before I share my project with you, I wanted to share Phoenix’s. when he saw this image, e just had to color it in for himself! And, he wanted to make me a card with him. Why? Because this image reminded him so much of himself!

He is stoked to be on my blog again! He’s so proud of himself, and so am I. Usually you see these cars in red and yellow, right? well, at Phoenix’s school, they have those, but they also have a yellow and teal one, which Phoenix prefers.

I love how he colored Jude! Now, here’s my project.

There’s Phoenix in the car at school! If he’s outside, then he is often seen driving this car. None of the others, just this one. Why? Because he loves teal. What other 5 year old knows what teal is? That’s my boy!!!

I used watercolor markers and Copics for the image of Jude.Isn’t he a cutie?

It may be hard to see if the pic is small (by clicking on any of them, you can see it bigger), but I added some glossy accents and clear microbeads in assorted places from some added points of interest and texture. I also embossed my title. This was a ful page to make (but…aren’t they all?)! Now it’s almost time for you to keep hopping!  First, here's the full hop list:
You start at the SBS blog
 Alison (me!)
and end back at SBS again!

Before you get to hopping along and seeing all the fun the DT has created for you let me share some deals and two new surprise Bettys with you!
Just Betty

Just Betty is here just for fun! Waving hello to the stamping world! Isn't she just the cutest!
Next up Scrapbooking Betty!

She is ready for that crop night! Look at all her awesome little tools!!
Don’t you love them? Get all the details on how they can be yours at the SBS blog. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Kelli said…
OK your project is awesome but really and truly lets get to Nix!!! That is awesome!! I mean awesome!!! I LOVE IT!!!! Teal is an awesome color and I am so so happy he knows what it is!!!
Trudie said…
Great projects from both you and your boy. This is definatly the collection for the kiddies to play with aswell. Love the clear micro beads..... they look like puddle splashes and all children love to splash!
Trudie xx
How adorable... you son is just the cutest.. love his work too!
Scrappychick said…
love, love LOVE the layout you scrap queen!! nd tell Nix his coloring skills are rockin!
Sandy Palmer said…
Love your coloring, and beautiful story!
Shari said…
YOUR LAYOUT IS JUST WONDERFUL! This image is PERFECT for Phoenix’s pictures! Also Phoenix did an amazing job on his card, so sweet!
Amanda said…
Oh my, both of your projects are adorable.. I really love the super cute card your little guy made..

Scrappy hugs,
Amanda :0)
amandascraftsandmore(at)hotmail(dot)com
~Lady B~ said…
Awww...Alison, does Nix love teal because you dye part of your hair that color? Or do you dye your hair that color because he loves it so? Either way, it is an awesome thing!

Nix, your coloring is fabulous! I think you color way better than i did when I was your age. You definitely have your mother's talent. Keep up the awesome work!

Alison, i love how you always color your SBS images to look like members of your family. This current line is perfect for your kiddos' layouts! Great work, as always, my dear friend!
Kathy said…
Your son is too cute and did a great job on his Jude! My 5 year old loves my SBS stamps and is always by my side coloring with me. Love your layout and coloring! Thanks for sharing!
Starla B. said…
How adorable!! I love that Phoenix wants to play along. =D Such a cutie, and a lovely scrapbook page!!

xx Star
Kim Kelley said…
OMG first your son is adorable! His card is wonderful and I love the layout you made of him with his car! HUGS!!!
Bonnie said…
Cute cards & love the car layout
Robin said…
How adorable! Your son looks like he was an inspiration for the image. Love how cute his was too.
Mary said…
Your son is so cute and the stamp is adorable. Love it!
Jamie said…
Aww how adorable, such a cute layout!!
Anne said…
Love both projects.. great work on your layout.. so cute.. thanks for sharing..
...just Barbara said…
He looks so happy!! Love that! :D Your scrapbook page is great and such a fun way to use this image!
wahixane77 said…
Love your layout and great job by your little man! Olivia
KC said…
Phoenix, your card is awesome! you are so talented just like your mom!
Alison, I love your layout such a great idea with those torn edges!
P.S.Teal is an awesome color! :)
Laura B said…
Phoenix, your card is great! I really like it.:)

Alison, another wonderful layout! Love the teal!
Squeeeeee! That's just so freakin' cute.

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