Monday, July 14, 2008

think monday think ATC : games


The theme at TMTA is games. I have just received some free stamps from paperartsy courtesy of a crafts beautiful magazine offer, so I wanted to use them. the numbers and the swirl along the bottom are from these free stamps. I am also using an Inka collage image. This image is called "the bad girl of the family" but I think it just looks like she is playing hide and seek.
so that's what my game is, and accross the bottom it says "ready or not"

23 comments:

  1. Oh I really like this one!! I loved hide - n - seek!! Very sweet card.

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  2. What a great idea, Joanne! Very cute!!!

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  3. I love hide and seek! We would play that for hours when I was small :) your lovely little ATC really brings back the memories!

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  4. Joanne, this is really precious. It looks just like Hide and Seek to me. It's always fun to get new stamps. You used them well.

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  5. Oh really sweet ATC.
    Love the little Girl. Brilliant work.

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  6. Love this ATC Joanne, the stamps have worked great, I've only had a play with mine, not made anything with them yet.

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  7. This is precious, Joanne! I love your little hide-&-seeker! What lovely soft colors, also!

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  8. Love it...lots of fun with the counting in the background...ready or not...brilliant!

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  9. One of my favorite games as a child. Love the image she is perfect.

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  10. Very clever design, those stamps are perfect & i do love that image.

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  11. nice one Joanne. like the way you'v enchoed the numbers in a different colour

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  12. Stunning. Its fab. I just love the idea. Brilliant.

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  13. Adorable - the vintage colours are perfect for the image too

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  14. Bad girl or not she's cute. Love the card!

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  15. Great idead Joanne, that brings back memories. :o)

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word verification is off! thanks for all your lovely comments, they mean so much to me!