Wrappin' up the weekend here. I have been fighting a coughing cold, sleeping, watching football, and managed to make another card. I say Success!
Wow, this is my 100th post. I'm am very excited about that! I hope the next 100 are just as fun if not funner (yup I said it!).
So one of my favorite challenges blogs is coming to an end as far as the challenge part. It's Wee Memories. A super talent lady named Jenny Suchin will still have her blog at that same address sharing all of her talent, so please go see!
The last challenge is a sketch. You can go here and find out all the details because there is still time to play!
Here is my interpretation of the sketch. Instead of that white piece I used my Bingo stamp from Tim Holtz and then my sentiment represents the small square. Scroll on down, and I'll show you what I did!
Plain white card...
On the first try I pull this scrap out-perfect! I just cut it lengthwise to fit.
These scalloped scissors helped me make the scalloped border on the black Bazzill cardstock.
The dark red paper is from 7 Gypsies.
I stamped the Bingo card on a piece of Tim Holtz distress paper that I had gotten at JoAnn's. The paper is called Bundled Sage.
This swirl is a rub on from Prima Flowers. I took a class at the Scrapbook Expo last year, and we had goodies left over!
The circle boarder is also from the Prima rub on pack.
This thinking of you stamp is from G studio--I totally love it! And the paper is white cardstock that was misted with Tattered Angels-sunflower and pumpkin I believe.
And here is my finished card. I like how it turned out. It's different than other cards I have been making lately and I like when that happens :) Until next time my friends...stay creative!