Monday, October 8, 2012
Our challenge #21 at Cards for Men has started this week and for the theme for this challenge it is all about BLACK AND ORANGE. It ends on October 22, 2012 and our sponsor is Kenny K and the image I used is called Jeannie. The prize for the challenge is 4 digis from Kenny K shop. Sponsor: Blurb: I'm sure you're all familiar with the wonderful work of Kenny K's Shop but what about the man (and woman) behind those wonderful creations. Take a look here to see their journey, http://www.kennykdownloads.com/about-kenny-and-elena.php
The sentiment is from Ginger house it was a Free one. Punched that out with 1 1/2 scalloped square punch and sponged the edges with distress ink color dried marigold. The paper and ribbon was from my stash. Spellbinders die labels 8 add to the inside of the card. Added some dots to some of the areas with the copic opaque white. Black metal dots and the orange round thingy's are from Hobby Lobby and they came from the Halloween sections at 75% off. Also added some glossy accents to the bottle.
Copic markers used to color the image. I do have to tell you I was so behind on my cards and commenting and I’m not happy when this happens. But things are looking up… I do not know how all these amazing bloggers do it when they get so many wonderful comments on their blog, I could never keep up with it. They make these stunning cards and then comment back, personally where do they get the time? I love so much seeing their creations. So if you can tell me how they do it I would appreciate it.
Here is the close up of Jeannie and she was fun to do. The orange colors worked really will together as far as blending.
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Markerpop challenge #8 coloring challenge ends Oct 15
Because of this October being Breast Cancer Month I wanted to share this Pink Glove Dance with everyone. I hope you enjoy it. It is only a little over 3 minutes. The hospital staff really did a lot to put this video together to have everyone of their workers from the doctors to the Janitors.
Posted by Patricia St Martin at 4:29 PM