It's a night at the Roxbury starring The Chickettes. They're performing the latest Teaparty dance craze - The Techno Chicken. To see how the dance is done watch this video, where I got the inspration for this card.
This week's Teapot Tuesday cards are going to Rox71 - Roxie - to thank her for all those 42,000 fantastic sketches she's come up with or at least 323 of them. You can read more about it here . Thanks Roxie!!
Date: Thursday, March 10, 2011 GMT Views: 1021
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Thu, Mar 10, 2011 @ 8:51 PM
I just watched the video.....and I can DANCE. I have got the head thing down pretty good, the feet still need a little work but I definitely cannot shake my booty as good as them. Thanks for the lesson...63 and I have learned to dance!!! My sons will never believe this one!!
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Fri, Mar 11, 2011 @ 5:33 AM
I wondered what all the clucking was about, then someone told me the Chickettes were about to enter the stage! My goodness Sue... you've sure got a lot of work into this FUN card! Lots of fussy cutting, not to mention tons of dimensionals and glue dots! The end result is fantabulous... it's even choreographed to perfection! AWESOME card... Roxie will love it!
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Fri, Mar 11, 2011 @ 6:07 AM
Thank you for the smile from the video - I needed that today. It gives the backstory to your funtastic card, too. However long did it take you to created the Chickettes - that's an egg of a lot of cutting. I like the look of the white layer behind the punched border for the front of the stage - neat!