Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Let's Hang Out!

Did I mention I am solo again this week? Hubby and the boys are on a Scout trip, canoeing in the Adirondacks. We have been getting poured on here at home, I hope they are not floating down stream in their tents! I am even solo at work. Pastor Bill and 13 others left at the crack of dawn yesterday for Haiti. They will spend the next 12 days working on rebuilding a school that was damaged in the earthquake. They had to take all their own food and tools so they are not an additional burden to the people they are going to help. That leaves just me to hold down the fort this week.

Last week I participated in a Stampavie Challenge. They give out a "secret" prize and guess what? I was the lucky winner! That was a great way to start my week, I can't wait to see what I won. Yesterday they posted the next challenge, to use "Dots" in your project. You can read about it here. You have 2 weeks to play along.

I have had this owl stamp for quite some time and it was still uninked. It was time to test her out! These owls are so adorable!

Photos can never fully tell the story of a card. Here are the deets for this card...
-DP is from Basic Grey's Max and Whiskers
-card stock: Cougar Natural White; SU Chocolate Chip, Sage Shadow, More Mustard
-I used Spellbinders Label 11 and oval nestabilities
-the scallop border was done with a PTI border die
-coloring mediums: Copics, Prismacolor pencils and Versamagic ink, Memento black
-Polka Dot embossing folder is from Cuttlebug, one of their new 5x7 size folders (love it!)
-Spica clear glitter pen adds sparkle to the stars around the image
-Black Glaze pen was used over the dots on the owl's bellies and eyes and on the dots around the image

That's all I have to say about that!
Thanks for stopping by.

8 comments:

Tracy said...

Oh my gosh!!!! Right when I think you can't make an even cuter card than the last one you post, you up and do it!!! This is my absolute favorite (SO FAR). I love that owl stamp!! I might have to buy that one. I really love the max and whiskers paper, I bought some but boy, do I have a hard time cutting it. (Paper hoarder here).. LOVE LVOE LOVE the card!! Keep posting, and I'd love to see some more recipe cards from ya.

diane (cookiestamper) said...

Love this card, Tracy! The colors are perfect with the owls!

Nancy Thomas said...

Such a well designed card - I really like your patterned paper choices for that cute image.

Anonymous said...

Hi Tracy, this card is cute. I like the basic grey paper, and what a cute owl stamp. I have always favored owls. I guess it goes back to the "Tootsie Roll" pop. What fun. Hope you have a good week. Blessings, to you.

Anonymous said...

Love your card and the papers look so great together. Great job! Thanks for sharing.

Chris R. from Iowa

ckrobinson01@hotmail.com

Pat said...

Congrats Tracy! This card is so very cute. Enjoy your week.

Kim Kowal said...

Love this card Tracy!! Oddly enough I have the same image and it has not seen ink either, guess it's time to get it out. You did a great job!! Thanks for sharing!! Enjoy your week alone.

Danisha said...

This is adorable!!! Have fun without the boys in the house this weekend!!!