Today I was featured in The Greeting Farm's newsletter and because of it they have generously offered this 4x6 set as a freebie!! The newsletter features my paper expirements, The Paper Project, plus there are previews of their new releases! So if you haven't received it yet, head on over and sign up for it.
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Here's the details - For a chance to win this set, all you have to do is leave a comment on THIS post! You have from now until this Wednesday night at 11:00 pm Central Time and a random winner will be posted on Thursday! And speaking of freebies - you can also head on over to Little Miss Muffet's Challenge blog for some delicious Blog Candy!
I started this card over at my Mom's house and snatched up some of her paper scraps - I loved the blues and blacks she was working with and I couldn't resist. ;D So when I got home I finished it up with some felt embellishments and a cheery yellow sun for contrast.
When I started stamping Miss Anya I was working on an uneven surface so I didn't get the whole image. Then thinking I could get the better of my work desk I tried it again in the same spot pressing harder - but this time I ended up with the other half of the stamp missing! LOL Little did I know that my stubbornness to clean off my desk would eventually lead to this enjoyable technique of raising a portion of the image with foam dot - unfortunately, I haven't a clue what it's called but I love the effect! ;D Her hat, head and fore arm were raised.
I'd like to enter into the following challenges:
Crafty Ann's Challenge #40 (happy birthday)
Joyful Stamper Inspire Me Fridays #6 (anything goes)
Stamp Something Challenge (anything goes)
Craft Us Crazy Challenge #8 (favorite embellishment - felt diecuts)
Rainbow Lady's Challenge #152 (texture - felt)
Main Stamp: Miss Anya Hats Off (TGF)
Patterned Paper: scraps
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Seventeen, Magnolia Doohickey Cherry Lace Border, My Favorite Things Die-namics SunShine and My Favorite Things Die-namics Cloud Trio
Copic Markers colored on Georgia Pacific White Card Stock:
-skin tone: E00, E11, R11, R12
-browns: E33, E23, E27, E29
-yellows: YR31, Y32, Y26
-blues: BB70, BG72, BG75, BG11
-grays: 0, C1, C3, N2, N4, N6, N8
Did you know? A beanie is a head-hugging brimless cap with or without a visor that was once popular among school boys. However, a tuque is a knitted cap, originally of wool though now often of synthetic fibers, that is designed to provide warmth in winter. Most tuques are tapered; they sometimes have ear flaps, and may be topped with a pom-pom, this style of tuque is sometimes referred to as a boggan or sherpa. Tuques may have a folded brim, or none, and may be worn tightly fitting the head or loose on top although the latter is considered more standard.