Friday, August 14, 2009


It's that time of the week again,
IT'S TWISTED THURSDAY!
Let's just get right down to business...

Ready for the TWIST...

USE 4 BRADS anywhere on your project/card


Here is your sketch to follow this week!
This week I used another digi stamp from S2G called EXPRESS YOURSELF (dg11). Don't you just LOVE IT! My image is layered with garden green and black and colored with my copics. The DP I used was from Hobbylobby and I don't remember the name but it seem to go perfectly with this image. Don't you think?!? The DP is layered with Mambo Melon and Black. Boy I love the new in colors from SU. The mambo melon is my fav! Iused my swirls cuttlebug folder to emboss the lower left section which I layered with garden green and black. My four brads fit perfectly in the top left corner!
Are you ready to play with us? Come on over and join in the twisted fun! You can find Mr Linky over at Shirleys2Girls Challenge Blog to post your marvy creation. Adding your creation to Mr Linky puts you in a drawing that is selected by random.org to WIN, yes WIN a FREE stamp set. Sound like some really twisted fun, huh??!! Don't forget to check out all of the S2G's awesome digi stamps ! If you're like me you'll want it NOW! LOL!

Need a little jump start...well check out the links below to the fabulous DT members blog to view their creations this week!
Erin
Joy
Justine
Pat
Shelly
S2G Challenge Blog

We've got a special treat this week. Head over to SNR and join the S2G group and you'll see a free digi there that you can play with. Ok now you have no excuses to play along with us this week. I'll be checking for you with Mr Linky! LOL!

Hugs,
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5 comments:

Pat (mspfd) said...

Super card! Great colors.

Jaspere said...

Love the colors and how it just "pops"

Justine said...

Beutiful Debbie, love the image paired with this color combo

the girls said...

FABOOOOLOUS job! great job with the DIGI...

Gina said...

Pink and green is my favorite color combo right now, I LOVE the shades you used and the black just adds an extra pop.