Wednesday, April 15, 2009

CCEEC CC214 Challenge Tilda with Flower

One of the blogs that is visited on a regular basis is called Stamp Talk with Tosh This young woman has so much talent and I'm so envious of her creative ideas she uses on her cards; they're absolutely stunning! While checking out the blog yesterday, I found that her group, CCEE, has started a weekly challenge (hope I read that right :-D and since Mita sent an enormous stack of inked images all the way from Sweden, which included some adorable Tilda ones, this is a perfect opportunity to play the challenge, which asks for girl images and using scraps (those are plentiful around this place :-D I had the die cut and the image adhered to it before looking at Cindy Motherway's card and notice that she and I had the same idea using our Labels One Spellbinders dies :-D The inside of the card was made because of a boo boo; glued the "gates" when they were suppose to have a magnet closing them; have you ever goofed up like that? :-D If you have a girl image and want to share a project, just scoot on over to CCEE and check out the deets. The colors on the card should quality for the SCS color challenge, CC214. Thanks for stopping by and visiting the blog; you inspire me to continue with something that I enjoy doing over and over :-D
Stamps: Stamped Tilda image from Mita
Ink: None
Paper: Urban Prairie scraps (Basic Grey), True Black, Stampers Select White (PTI), coral and turquoise texture scraps from stash
Extra Fun Stuff: Buttons (antique store in northern Virginia), floss, rick rack, Copic and Prismacolor markers, black pen, CB ef, magnets (Basic Grey), Labels One dies (Spellbinders)


Cindy Haffner said...

Adorable so glad you got to play.

mita said...

You´ve got an award to pick up on my blog honey! kram

StampOwl said...

awww this is so sweet thanks for playing

Mothermark said...

I was kinda late getting here! What a cute little card! She is just precious! How fun that you joined us in our challenge and brought this wonderful little card! I love it!