Monday, September 19, 2011
What fun the challenge was at Squigglefly this week.
This week visit their blog and make a card using the sketch provided. I used the image called Featherbrain by Brian Lock.
I love the look on the birds face.
Kind of looks like my husband when he's caught with his hand in the cookie jar!
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Sunday, September 11, 2011
The challenge at Squigglefly this week is to use any shade of red and/or orange as the main colors on your project. Think tropical sunsets, fruit, flames- anything in this color family.
I thought cupcakes! Right...it's all about the food!
The paper I chose to use has such a great color palette. The orange stands out so well and I found a coordinating ribbon. I used a computer generated sentiment and well how cute! Hope you enjoy.
Cute Card Thursday challenge this week is At the Office! This week the card should feature something you can find in an office. Paperclips, split pins, staples, string...if you can use it in the office, add it to your card. I used the image Quirky Qwerty from Pink Petticoat. I'm not sure anyone uses a real typewriter anymore but you can certainly still find tags and paperclips in the office. I chalked the edges of the image colored it with Copic markers and added Stickles to the note just to give it a little sparkle. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have fun and be sure to check out Cute Card Thursday and take a look at the cute entries.
KABOODLE DOODLES challenge this week is to create a project using Ric Rac, Fabric or Lace. So here is a cute image from PINK PETTICOAT. The bride is so darn cute. I chalked the edges of the image and the card. Added some Stickles to the flowers and then the lace ribbon and fabric flower. Hop over to Kaboodle and take a look at the amazing cards!
Monday, September 5, 2011
The challenge this week at Squigglefly was to color the town BLUE and/or GREEN!
Make a card where the main color of your card is Blue, Green, Aqua, Turquoise, Navy, Jade, Emerald, etc.
What fun this was. A million and one ideas came to me but I settled on the image called Make a Wish Cake by artist Robin Willis.
I removed the lettering and then just had fun with a very limited color palette.
I think it turned out sooooo cute.