Saturday, April 17, 2010

Stamp Something and OCC Sketch #11

Hello blogland friends! The first part of today was icky and rainy here in the desert southwest, perfect for crafting! Also, I am waiting for Lowe's to deliver my new samsung front loading HE washer... so as I wait, I craft and blog.
Today, I chose the OCC Sketch challenge #11 and the Stamp Something challenge, which this week is to layer. The bigger challenge would to NOT layer, right? haha.. well these two challenges went perfectly together, so here they are.
I was inspired by this Cosmo Cricket paper my BFF, Cassie, shared with me. I just love the outdoorsey colors, they remind me of living back in the northwestern corner of Washington State where my husband and I would go hiking and camping quite a bit.
Thanks for stopping by! I really appreciate your visit!
Stamps: Shoe-Fly (CDStamps)
Paper: Cosmo Cricket Origins, unknown yellow cs,
watercolor paper
Ink: Momento Tuxedo Black, Chocolate Chip
Coloring Medium: SU Watercolor Crayons -
 old olive, garden green, more mustard, summer sun,
creamy carmel, ruby red, very vanilla, whisper white
Tools/Accessories: Word Window, Corner Rounder,
 Chocolate Chip ribbon, Aqua pen,
unknown yellow brads


coldwaters2 said...

Ooo Christi I am loving this those colours are gorgeous and so is that image a wonderful card
Lorraine x

Mrs B said...

Oh, really cute card! I love the colors and the image is just so cute! Thanks for joining us at the OCC sketch challenge blog this week!

Jennifer said...

Love it! So darn cute. Thanks for joining us at the OCC Sketch challenge. I hope you play again.

Anonymous said...

IS VERY GOOD..............................

Gloria Stengel said...

Great card. Love the papers! Thanks for playing at OCC Sketch!

Rose said...

that bug is too cute!! fantastic card girl
thanks for joining us on the OCC Sketch Challenge this week :)

Denise said...

Awwwww... what a wonderful card Christi!!! Love that image... those EYES {grin}!!! So glad you could join us for the Stamp Something challenge.
Hugs, Denimo