Can I tell you something funny? The other day I was sitting at my desk making cards (yes, I know that’s hard to believe!) and my husband was sitting talking to me and says with a most serious face “haven’t you got enough stuff?…” It was hard for me not to start rolling around on the floor laughing, but my response to him was, “haven’t you got enough kayaks?…” and then the world continued on.
Now onto the cards, (please scroll down for the PDCC) I thought I would combine this post as the cards are similar, and I couldn’t help myself but make more than one! I haven’t played with this Pink Petticoat image for a while, but the sundaes came to mind when I saw the current challenge at Jay Gee’s Blog. I am combining this with the CASE Study Challenge (CSC38) this week, where the new Muse is Sarah Martina Parker. I also wanted to get out my pencils after seeing this tutorial over at Shari’s blog, and I thought that these would look a little more vintage than Copics.
I definitely had to join this weeks Play Date Cafe Challenge, as I am still reeling over my win last week. This will be a thank you card for a wonderful friend who we stayed with recently in outback Western Australia (you can see some photos HERE if you are interested). I also did make my light box today… now I just need some lights…
Supplies; Paper: Xpress It Blending Cardstock, Vanilla A4 Cardstock, October Afternoon – Fly a Kite, Orange Cardstock, White Vellum. Ink: VersaMagic – Aloe Vera, ColorBox – Chestnut & Grey Whale. Digital Stamp: Pink Petticoat – Sweet Sundaes. Stamps: Hero Arts – Live & Laugh, Practicing Creativity – The Whole Cycle, Basic Grey – Tree Hugger. Copics: C1. Y32,35,38. E25,29. R05,27,29. YG03. Faber Castell Polychromos Pencils: Light Green, Cream, Dark Cadmium Orange, Purple Violet. Accessories: Gamsol, Blending Stumps, Bigshot, Spellbinders Nesties – Wonky Rectangles, Glossy Accents, Heat Tool, White embossing powder, Brown Marker, DST, Foam Dimensionals.