Ok....these colors are sooooo cool together! My kind of colors! Thanks, Betty!
I just had to play with these (new to me) stamps from Art Impressions. This ol'e gal just tickled me in her stance. I can just hear her chatting with her lady golfer friends, gossiping about other ladies, when the subject of AGE creeps in. When Aggie, one of her golfing partners, happens to mention how old she is, Madge just stops her tee-ing and incredulously exclaims, "YOU'RE HOW OLD?!?!?!?!" Madge never thought that Aggie could, or would, be THAT old! I'm not sure that Madge believed Aggie! Heehee!
I ran my base through the CB houndstooth ef. I colored my image with Prismacolored pencils, die cut with nesties and sponged Colorbox dark brown around the edges. I die cut the sentiment with nesties also. I used a silver metallic pen for the golf clubs. I added the ribbon and pearls.
I was so pleased with my card, with the layout, with the coloring, with the ribbon, well....with EVERYTHING! However, my smugness was VERY SHORT LIVED! As I took my card to the office to photograph it............I then realized that I put everything on the WRONG SIDE of the CARD!!!! AAAAAACCKKKKK!!!!!!!
What do you think?
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2010 GMT Views: 647
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Stamp Like You Mean It
Registered: March 24, 2006 Location: Posts: 38718
Tue, Jan 12, 2010 @ 5:38 AM
Now, how do ya know it's on the wrong side? Hmmm? Lol- Oh Leslie, this is the cutest image! I love Art Impressions and their quirky people. Your coloring is fabulous on this sistah! Love your bass-akwards card! (smile)
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Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 57297
Tue, Jan 12, 2010 @ 6:37 AM
Well look at you go today, girl! As for your question: it is none of your business, you youngster! I see you earned bonus points too for your houndstooth ef! Boy, you sure know how to make great cards w/those hootilicious images!
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