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Sunday, November 15, 2009

PInk Elephant Challenge #41 and a whole lot more!









I have so much to share with you today! First things first though. Today's TPE Challenge is a Sketch Challenge! This is my very loose interpretation of the sketch. I didn't have the patience to cut a double circle for a card, so I used a clean white square as my card base. The circular cutout was created on my Cricut Machine. I thread two different ribbons through the main image, thus imitating the lines on the sketch.


The main image, Pookie, is from our VERY OWN Lori Boyd! Pookie and some of her other fabulous Lollipop images are available over at Stamping Bella. Not too much to say about the rest of the card. I coloured with Copics, cut out lil' Pookie and mounted him on dimesional tape. Tied on the Tag with some linen thread. The sentiment is from Everyday Flexible Phrases.

So if you would like to play along with this challenge, don't forget to link up your creation via Mr. Linky on TPE blog. The Sponsor for today is DiecutsRus and Claudia has generously donated a 10.00 Gift Certificate and a new digi image to one winner.




Totally Stampalicious has a great Shipping Promo going on for the next week. They have waived all Shipping Charges ! Yep! even international customers. Check out Wilimeana.......I like to call her Little miss Micheif! Can't you see it written all over her face? This stamp set comes with all sorts of neat sayings and some cool accessories!




I used Basic Grey DP (Figgy Pudding) and Primary Red as my base cardstock. The image is Paper Pieced and coloured with Copic Markers.



Lastly, and certainly not least, Melissa has some new Rubber Goodness over at Pink Cat Studio.

Today Pink Cat Studio is releasing three “Lily in Winter” themed rubber stamp sets. Each set has 3 stamps which include a large Lily stamp, a small coordinating stamp and a sentiment. Visit the PCS website to see the new stamps: http://www.pinkcatstudio.com/Stamps/Lily/Lily.htm

Phew! I think that is about it for today....... I have a LOT of stuff brewing up in the Studio this week.................Stay Tuned!

Happy Stamping!


*****Vicki~~~~~

18 comments:

  1. Boy oh boy girl - you are not good for the pocket book!!!! The more stuff I see you create....the more I am thinking I need a Cricut!!!!!
    Luv your cards..Luv you!
    Jax

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  2. Wonderful creations Vicki!! I love what you did for this weeks TPE challenge!! Thanks for the inspiration to actually use my cricut...lol

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  3. So much fun eye candy today, Vicki!!!! What a wonderful visit to your blog!!!!!!

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  4. Such fab cards Vicki!! I adore the sweet images and what a really cool looking sketch to try out!! HUGS

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  5. Wonderful cards but I just adore that first one, too cute!

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  6. wow stunning Vicki. Love your take on the sketch - and the way you have used Lori's digi.

    Ann xxx

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  7. These are fabulous cards!! Love your pretty coloring!
    Hugs
    Jodi =)

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  8. Your cards are always so pretty and creative!

    Betty

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  9. ...OMG, so many beautiful cards Vicki, I love your work...your coloring is fab! Big hugs Silke

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  10. Hee hee Oh she looks way to guilty. lol Great card Vicki!

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  11. Vicki you have been busy, I miss our chats lately, guess we are both so busy.
    --love your c ards!!

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  12. Wow Vicki you have been busy! I think your interpretation of the sketch is great! Love the diecutting.

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  13. hahaha, love the big, cheesy smile on the little girl! And the polka dot pjs as well!

    Cindy

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  14. Hey Girlfriend!!!! These are examples of how awesomely talented you are!!! Love them!!

    Big Hugs~ LORi

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  15. This card is so stinkin cute, Vicki! :) Love that little peeking baby!

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  16. What really pretty and creative cards. Ihave the one stencil and you have really given me an idea on how I w2ould like to use it!

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Thanks so much for visiting my blog. I hope you have a wonderful day and I very much appreciate your sweet comments!

*****Vicki*****