First I'm playing in a new-to-me challenge, called The Challenge which is 'brought to you by' the lovely and talented Lesley Croghan. Awesome sketch, and there's still some time to play along, so head on over and jump right in!
As soon as I saw the sketch, I new exactly what papers I wanted to use. Funny how things like that just pop into one's head, isn't it?! Anyway, here's my card:
Nothing too fancy. The base is Neenah white, and the large cardstock panel is just a scrap of blue from the burgeoning scrap box. The dps are all from Authentique. SU black ink and an old SU stamp. Three MME enamel dots and a bit of KF twine. EZPZ.
Next up, I wanted to play along with the City Crafter's Challenge Blog. The theme is Red, White, and Blue. There's still time to play over there, too, so I hope you'll be my neighbor in the gallery.
Here's the card:
Neenah white base onto which I stamped my HB with LF's Quinn's Alphabet. Colored with Pro Markers. Two Doodlebug borders, an old silver star, and done. Pretty EZPZ too. This one looks crooked...but when I hold it in my hot little hands, it seems just fine...What the heck...?
And for my last card, I've got three challenges that I'm popping it into. First it's going over to Muse. Check and see what Beverley Brown came up with. Simply amazing. I did try to use kraft, but my card just didn't look right. Still, I took the colors and general design for mine. I also want to send this over to Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge, where it's 'Anything Goes.' And last, but not least, I've got one more entry into Miss Delightful Darnell's NBUS challenge. While I'm coming close to the deadline, Darnell's challenge is open until tomorrow if you want to play too.
And my little card looks like this:
I started with a Neenah white base, and stamped the scribbled circles from TAWS in SU black ink. I used various Copics to color them. My NBUS is the sentiment, which is from Jillibean Soup. Three enamel dots from MME finished it off. Another EZPZ card. And with that, I'll leave you. Happy dances everyone.