So are you ready to kick off the party TGF is hosting right now over at the PCP page? You won't want to miss out on all the chatter, fun and games that are going on in celebration of this month's fabulous stamp release which is only hours away from going live in the store, WOOT WOOT! :)
Speaking of fun and games... we've got a speed challenge going on for you to create either a shabby chic or a retro chic card. All of the details can be found on the TGF blog and you will have until tomorrow at 2pm central to get your card uploaded to the galleria and a chance to win!
Now neither shabby or retro chic are styles that I would say fall easily into my wheelhouse of card design but that made this a real challenge for me and I was excited to take it on. I knew I wanted to use Cheeky Mate and try my hand at a shabby chic card, so I dug around in my stash of 4th of July papers and came across what I thought looked to be uber shabby patterns. I started putting my card together and as I laid it all out somewhere along the way I think I strayed a bit more into the retro chic style than the shabby... oh well, at least it still qualified in one of the categories, LOL! ;)
Alrighty, I'll see you over at the TGF PCP page... talk to ya there!
cardstock- Cardstock Warehouse and PTI
paper- Rusty Pickle (4th of July)
stamp- The Greeting Farm (Cheeky Mate)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Colorbox dark brown chalk ink
American Crafts alpha rub-ons
Pebbles 4th of July stickers
Copic Spica clear glitter pen
skin- E000, E21, E13, R20, W3, W5
hair- E74, E77, E79, E49, 0
clothes- B37, B39, BV29, E40, E41, 0, R24, R27, E07