Thursday, May 14, 2009

Guess What??? It's Twisted Thursday!


It’s Thursday and you know what that means…Another fun Shirley's 2 Girls Twisted Thursday sketch challenge! This week's great sketch was created by Pat Dadisman, S2G Design Team member extraordinaire! Thanks, Pat!!

The "twist" this week is to ADD SCALLOPS.
Sounds like fun, huh?!



Of course I had to use my Chanel Blames (SG 58) stamp since I have such a love for dogs! I picked my doodlebug DP called white divine and colored in the flowers to match my SU pink passion cs. I paired the white divine with some DP with cute doggie sayings. I broke out my scallop circle nestabilities to layer my "twist" scallops. To give the scallops a little lift I used some dimensional dots to raise it from the card. Little Miss Attitude, Chanel, was stamped on solar white neenah classic cs. She's outlined using my copic C-1 and I used liquid applique as her fur! I cut out her fur pieces and put those on dimensional dots as well to just make her pop off the card! Doesn't she look like you just want to reach out and pet her??!! Last but not least, I added some prima flowers with black rhinestone flowers and a brad in the center. Viola! Finished! What do you think?



I hope you like her! Now down to business, Are you ready to play??? Need some additional inspiration to really get your creative mojo going, well go and check out the links below to our FABULOUS DT members! We also have 2 FABULOUS Guest Designers this month, Jeannie and Jackie! That should really get your MOJO going!


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8 comments:

Pat (mspfd) said...

Talk about attitude, this rocks! Fun image. Love what you did with the sketch.

Jeannie said...

The dimensional paint on her is fab!!

Peace and Luv,
Jeannie

Jaspere said...

Fab! Fab! Fab!

the sisters said...

well i just love her! DEIDRE

Joy said...

I love this, one of my favorite stamps!

Justine said...

OMYlanta, this is Fantastico......I love it.

Kim said...

Debbie I love the dimension in this card! It's fabulous and of course the black and pink go so well together! :)
Hugs~ Kim

Debbie said...

Wow your work is amazing..love the how you added the fuzz on the poodle..