Saturday, January 31, 2009

She Might Need Some Makeup Tips?

I made this for the monthly sketch challenge over at the Rusty Pickle blog. I used Rusty Pickle's Pirate Princess papers and stickers and also used some Pop Star stickers. Extras include Prima Bling, Petaloo flowers (just had to buy those today and the crop and I used them all!), my EK Success Threading Water punch, Around the Block label maker and tape and some Bazzill Bling cardstock. (You may want to click on the layout for a better view) This happened after Emma asked if she could wear a little lipstick. It was the bright red recital lipstick, but silly me said sure. I didn't realize it also involved the skin around the mouth...I didn't think I'd ever get all of that off! I think she looks a little bit like the Joker..don't tell her that!

The next two cards were made with sketches from Page Plans - here and here. On the first card I used Graphic 45 and Basic Grey papers, Fancy Pants rubons and Petaloo flower. I inked everything with Clearsnap Chestnut Roan. The second care is made with Doodlebug flocked paper (circles) and some kraft cardstock, a couple of Hambly transparancies, some Making Memories stickers, Darice gem and another Petaloo flower. I love the bright colors on this one! (Page Plans will be having a contest the first week of February so if you like my cards, feel free to give me a vote :-)
I made this one with the January sketch from My Sketch World. I must be into green lately! I used Graphic 45 and SEI Papers, a Tim Holtz ticket (thanks Roni!), more Petaloo flowers, Paper Studio flowers brads, K and Company fabric brad, American Crafts rubon and sticker. I distressed edges and then also inked with Clearsnap Chestnut Roan.

Last but not least is a non-sketchy card! I did make it for a challenge though...I actually ended up double dipping as it qualifies for both Moxie Fab and Kim Kesti's challenge this week. I used Hambly transparency, Doodlebug glitter cardstock (I was so shimmery by the end of the crop today!), MAMBI gems, Joann's felt, Die Cuts With A View glittered paper and Around the Block tape and label maker.

1 comment:

Keith and Kim Kesti said...

Oh! I love all your cards - but that last one is adorable!! Thanks for playing along! :)