Sunday, January 6, 2013

Let's Boogie!

Good morning and Happy Sunday! Are you ready for some football?!! Ha! The Ravens play today, and I've dressed the part. Wearing my black and purple...but I most likely won't watch the game. ☺You will probably find me up in my craft cave, creating away!

Speaking of creating, I made this card last night and will be entering it for the My Favorite Things January 2013 Guest Designer challenge.

Here is the inside:

And the sketch:

I used the ALM-Disco Queen stamp set. On the inside, I did a bit of masking. The "Happy" is from the Totally Witchin' set, and the "Birthday" is from the Twisted Threesome set. I believe I will be making a purchase from the MFT store to remedy the fact that I do not have any birthday stamp sets. What was I thinking?!!

I colored this little Foxy Mama with Marvy Uchida markers and, but for some grey shading, left the boots white. (GOT to have white go-go boots!! LOL!) The disco ball is colored in a couple shades of grey, then covered in glitter glue to add that sparkly touch.

Well, that's all I have for now. If you get the chance, you should play along with this challenge. There's a major boat load of MFT goodies to be had if you are chosen as the next Guest Designer! Thanks for stopping by, and I hope that you have a fabulous day! GO RAVENS!

Chris ☺

Card stock: Bazzill (green); Recollections (white, blue); DCWV (plum); Strathmore water color paper
DP: Bo Bunny - Vicki B. collection
Stamps: MFT - ALM Disco Queen, Totally Witchin', Twisted Threesome
Ink: Tsukineko - Versa Mark, Tuxedo Black
Markers: Marvy Uchida
Adhesive: SA by 3L (MyStik, 3D foam squares); Recollections adhesive tape
Accessories: Doodlebug twine; DecoArt Craft Twinkles Writer; Inkadinkado embossing powder


  1. Adorable!! I love that stamp-she is just too cute. You did such an amazing job coloring it-I love that glittery ball.

  2. Oh, yeah....I remember those dance moves! This is adorable, Chris!

  3. Love those white go-go boots and her dazzling disco ball :)


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