Saturday, February 16, 2013

Drunken Stampers #115 - Miss Congeniality

Good Morning and happy Saturday! It's time to play along with the Drunken Stampers! Today is challenge #115: Miss Congeniality (Princesses/pageants). This term is all about movies. You can either make a card based on the movie 'Miss Congeniality', or the princesses/pageant theme, or BOTH! My team, the Midnight Margaritas, is up this week:


For my card, I went with the Princess theme:


Here is the inside of my card:


I llluuurrrvvv me a great punch line! LOL! What could be better than a sweet, innocent little girl, holding a crown in her hand, thinking about being a princess...then out comes a swear word! (My apologies, I just couldn't resist! Hey, this IS the Drunken Stampers!)

I got on the band wagon and tried the chalkboard technique on my main panel. After embossing the image in white, I took a cotton ball and rubbed white chalk ink over the panel. Added lines with a white Prismacolor pencil, and finished with some red rhinestones. The original image has her holding a heart, but I die cut a crown from some gold glitter card stock and also black card stock to outline it. I adhered the crown to cover the heart, then added more rhinestones to it. I used my computer to type and print out my sentiment. I cut the words up, inked the edges, and adhered with foam squares.

I hope you can join the fun and play along with the Drunken Stampers #115 Miss Congeniality challenge! Don't forget to check out what my teammates dreamed up! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

 Chris

Supplies:
Card stock: Recollections (kraft, black); G45 (beige); DCWV (gold glitter)
DP: Graphic 45 - Olde Curiosity Shoppe
Stamp: Unity Stamp Co. - January 2013 KOM
Ink: Tsukineko - Versa Mark; Clear Snap - Chestnut Roan, Frost White
Adhesive: SA by 3L (MyStik, 3D foam squares); Elmer's extra strength glue stick
Accessories: Grand Calibur; MFT - Mini Monarch Die-Namic; Slice Die Cutting machine & Vintage Findings cartridge (crown); White Prismacolor pencil; Recollections rhinestones; Stampendous embossing powder; sentiments printed from my computer

5 comments:

  1. Chris, you card totally describes my life! LOL I'm still waiting for that fairy godmother to fix it but knowing my luck she stopped by a bar on the way to my place!
    That my dear is an absolutely skookum card! Great job on the chalkboard technique, you certainly nailed it!
    Thanks for the laugh!!

    Hugs,
    Spike

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  2. Awesome awesome awesome
    I near spit out my tea when I read the inside of the card...absolutely perfect!!
    Way to rock a chalkboard technique girlfriend!

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  3. I love this! Perfect with the chalkboard technique and that fab stamp. great design :)

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  4. I had to show my husband...you know it's the inside that clinches it, right? lol!!
    You just might see that sentiment crop up on one of my cards...it is just too hilarious to resist!

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  5. LOL! That is so cute and funny.

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