So did everybody have a great day yesterday? I sure did... though I'm still feeling just about as stuffed as that turkey on the table was! OMGosh, I seriously need to go get on the tread climber and spend about 5 hours on it, LOL! :)
So a new challenge went up over on the Tickled Pink challenge blog yesterday and this week we want to see you create a sentiment in your own handwriting.
No lie, I was a bit nervous about this one. I mean, my handwriting is hit or miss and I didn't want to get a card 99% finished only to ruin it with a mistake or something. So my first trick was to choose a young, child-like, looking stamp. In this case, the super cute Lil Winter Evie digi. This allowed me to do a simple kid style type of printing that would be hard to mess up. And for an extra "no-mess-up-guarantee" I wrote on a separate piece of cardstock, instead of directly on my card base, and drew a word bubble around it all to make it easy to cut out.
So don't let this one scare you! Just go check out all the amazing inspiration from the rest of the design team girls and play along with us this week. There is a free digi of your choice up for grabs and the winner is now selected by random generator!
Don't forget that your card must feature a Tickled Pink stamp in order to qualify for the prize... these include: Lil Lolitas and Lads, Pinkettes, Pink Pets and Cherries. All of which can be found in the Tickled Pink store.
Good luck everybody!
cardstock- Bazzill and Copic X-Press It
paper- Paper Fever (trees)
digi stamp- Tickled Pink (Lil Little Winter Evie)
ink- Colorbox ice blue
Maya Road star stick pins
EK Success border punch
Martha Stewart Crystal Fine glitter
Sharpie white marker
Copic black multiliner 0.1
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20
eyes- YG95, YG97, YG99
hair- C5, C7, C9, 100
clothes- B00, B12, B14, RV63, RV55, R08, E19, YG03, YG17, E35, B000, YR04