Thanks Jac... though this doesn't get you off the hook to make your oh-so-yummy German Chocolate cake for my b-day. ;)
Oh and before I forget... there is still plenty of time to enter into this week's blog candy, Check it out here...
Okey dokey, onto my card for today. If you've already stopped by the Club Anya blog you can see all of the fab cards that I used to pull my inspiration from in making this one. By borrowing different ideas and design elements from different cards you can create 'card recipes' that really streamline the process and make for super quick cards because all of the guesswork is taken out of the equation. Gotta love that, plus you never know when you are gonna find a a new technique or twist on an old favorite that you haven't tried yet. So if you've never visited the TGF galleria I highly recommend it. It's one of my favorite places to browse when my mojo needs a boost. :)
Oh and I did alter Dressy Miss Anya a bit by removing her hat and slippers and drawing in lines for boots and long sleeves. I'm still trying to convince Marie that we NEED a Fall Miss Anya add-on to the Rain, Snow, Shine set... us fall girls need some representation dont'cha think? No pressure Marie... ;)
So to sign off today I will leave you with these wise words... Don't stop believin'! Hold on to that feee-eee-eeelin', ohhhh-ohhhh-ooohhhhhhhh!
cardstock- Georgia Pacific
paper- Basic Grey (orange solid) Making Memories (everything else)
stamps- The Greeting Farm (Dressy Miss Anya) Inkadinkado (sentiment)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Colorbox dark brown chalk ink
Martha Stewart border punch
Ranger Gold Stickles
Copic chocolate Spica pen
Copic multiliner pen 0.1 and 0.3
skin- E00, E11, R20, V01
hair- YR15, YR18, E09
clothes- E44, E47, E49, Y35, YR12, YR14, BG000, BG11, BG15, BG18, V01, V05, V06