Sunday, September 30, 2012

Horn tooting!

Hey all! Have you played along with CAS-ual Fridays challenge 72? The challenge is to create a card based on your blog header. I know! Right?! Such an awesome challenge! So, since I have a really generic (meaning: lame) header, and all the graphics are down both sides of my blog, that's what I based my card on.  I did use colors as close as possible to what's on my blog though. Here it is:



the inside:



The challenge:


I apologize for the crappy lighting in my pics. I just took them, and even though I lightened them up, they still came out dark. I will probably re-take photo's tomorrow and edit this post, seeing as those main panels are white and look pinkish. Grrrr  (Note: The above pics are the re-dos! Much better lighting!) Anywhoooo, I took inspiration from the colors in my blog and the hummingbird and flowers. (Ok, so I didn't have any kind of hummingbird in my stash, so I just used A bird). Used my Slice to die cut the flower and bird. I really love how this came out! A bit of scrap designer paper, sentiment and a little rhinestone, and BAM! Done! LOL!

Thanks for stopping by. I hope you get to play along in this challenge. It's such an awesome one! Have a great evening!

Chris ☺

Supplies:
Card stock: The Paper Co. and scrap
DP: DCWV
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Hullabaloo
Marker: Marvy Uchida
Adhesive: SA by 3L - MyStik; Glue Dots; Elmer's glue stick
Other: Slice die cut machine and Vintage Findings cartridge; rhinestone

7 comments:

  1. Great way to do your blog header by using the side bars. I would of never thought of that.

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  2. Wow great job!! I can totally see how you used your blog design as inspiration for this.

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  3. What a cool challenge idea! I think you totally nailed it!

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  4. Beautiful movement here Christine!

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  5. Love that die cut! A very pretty card!!!

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  6. I love your creativity on this! That flourishy flower is super pretty and a great interpretation of your blog :) Glad you tooted your horn with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  7. Love how you interpreted you blog design! Thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays this week :)

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