6.08.2010

It's TUESDAY! That means I have some Skipping Stones Design Cuteness for you!

Okay, you didn't hear it from me, but if you happen to like a certain couple of people with long pointy teeth you will DEFINITELY want to be watching this month on Tuesdays around here! I'm just say'n.

That being said....


Those people will not be appearing today. HA! Yup! You've gotta wait for that one!

In the meantime, however, I give you this cuteness:


Our Ability To Accessorize Card


This came from another great sketch from Teri Anderson, although, I have to admit it was a HARD sketch for me! I'm not one for assymetricality - it hurts me a little - HA! - so it was tricky for me to work in that corner piece! Here is the sketch:


So, what do you think? Did I get there? LOL!

My card is a cardstock base covered in muslin. I sprayed the muslin with Glimmer Mist and stamped the sentiment directly onto the fabric.

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I cut the hat rack from fabric and stamped the hats on muslin and cut those out to hang on the rack. I embellished them with a bit of glittery goodness because, well, because I happen to LIKE glittery goodness! I sprayed the paper flowers to match and added just a couple of gem stones to give them some pizazz!

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Head on over to the Skipping Stones Design blog to check out what everyone else created! Some GREAT cards this week!!!!

And you can visit the other Stamp Tramps at their blogs!

Sparkle and Bling
Krafty Kandi Krafts
Inky Smiles
Scraptastic Voyage
Beautiful Greetings
Twisted Chick Creations
INKSPIRATIONS

Leave a comment! Let me know what you think!

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22 comments:

  1. Just adorable!!! Long pointy teeth.. hmmm... maybe the cast of Cats?? ;)

    Have a great day!
    Deanne :)

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  2. That is a challenging sketch... but I love what you did with it!!!!

    I bought a whole yard of canvas material from Joanne's the other day... for just this kind of thing!

    love it!

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  3. More cute & love that it's fabric. Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday!

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  4. Freekin' adorable - love how you adapted it to make it your own! Very creative!

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  5. very cute!! Love that you used fabric!!

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  6. You did perfectly on the sketch. Love that you did fabric on the card how neat is that!

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  7. Oooh - craftastic!! I've never tried that technique. (I'm afraid of my glimmer mists...they always GET me!)

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  8. That is great! I love it. I so wish I was that creative.

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  9. Fabulous as always! Thanks for joining us for Anything Related! ~Bridgette

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  10. Really love the look of the mist on the muslin..have not tried that yet..but now i'm inspired.Warmest Regards,Cat

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  11. Are you kidding? You did so good with it! :)
    I do love this card.

    Teri

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  12. Super cute. I love how you did the mist part.

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  13. Oooh, I love it! The design is perfect (asymetrical goodness acheived) and I LOVE that you used muslin. There is something about muslin and glitter that is just so yummy.

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  14. This is SO totally cute. I thought I recognized that quote from Steel Magnolias - nice job! Theresa :)

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  15. This is AMAZING! I love the hats!!

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  16. This is wonderful! I love the fabric and stitching.

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  17. This wonderful work of art is fabulously like the sketch. Great going. It's a hard thing to get out of your comfort zone.
    Tuesday's and pointy teeth. Hmmm.

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  18. so true! Give me some great shoes and a handbag any day!

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  19. Beautiful! Love the softness of the muslin - what a sensational way to make a background!

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