I know I'm very late for the tea party, but with the holidays and all the snow, it took me a long time to get to Minnesota! That was our destination this week: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...k-t515261.html We are taking art lessons from Leonardo with Rob Boss. We've all been given a blank canvas and 42,000 paints to work with and we are here to create our own masterpiece! Now you all know I can barely draw a straight line, so I snuck a couple of stamps under my smock. Do you think anyone will know I didn't draw Mona on my own? I am hoping they will just think I'm a quick study!
In real life, this card is for our fellow teapotter, Kris (krischir). Kris had surgery on both wrists/hands this past week and we are sending cards of encouragement and cheer while she is recovering. You can read about it here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...4-post165.html
Hope Kris has a quick recovery and is back to stamping in no time!
Oh, and I used Sketch #195 from the Card Positioning Systems blog for this week's 2010 Year in Review challenge: http://cardpositioningsystems.blogsp...ew-part-1.html
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Tue, Dec 28, 2010 @ 6:05 AM
What a beautiful act of "Defiance" as Bev (triasimite) calls it -and "Mona" is so well showcased by your piece of DP with the script - gives your card such a classy look!
------------------------------ SUE aka GREENIE - Twisted Sistah Handmade cards because..No one displays an email on their mantle, or saves a FB post in a box of treasures! Nothing is impossible with God!
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Sat, Jan 01, 2011 @ 2:32 PM
OMG! I missed so many white canvas cards! Wowza....Carla I am so impressed with your portrait....I will not tell....if you won't tell my cowboy is what it is! Giggle! This is very awesome....okay to be late girlfriend, tis the time of year!
Kris will be so tickled to own this awesome card! Its a master piece indeed...fits the challenge quite nicely! Whoo hoo!