Thursday, October 15, 2009

Twisted Thursday Challenge #29

This is week #3 of our CATS release! Don't you just love all this fine furry friends. You don't have to use a cat for your card to play along just follow the sketch and twist below and then head on over to the S2G Challenge Blog and add your masterpiece to Mr Linky at the end of the post. Can't wait to see what you do!

Here's your sketch to follow this week and the TWIST is . . .

use CHIPBOARD on your card.

Here is mine for this week. I used one of the new kitties over at S2G called Like A Book (sg617). This is such a great set!
Supplies Used:
Stamps: Like A Book (SG 617)
Paper: real red, chocolate chip, very vanilla, DP (paper piecing)
Ink: Memento Black
Accessories: Copic markers, chocolate chip ribbon, real red ribbon, scallop and regular rectangle nestabilities, chipboard ribbon holder, chipboard sentiment

S2G has added a new Fantastic guest designer. Her name is Anne and you're going to love her stuff. Be sure to check out ALL of the fabulous Ladies of Attitude blogs for more inspiration.

Just a reminder that there is a FREE stamp set if you link your project/card to Mr Linky over at the S2G Challenge Blog you've got until midnight pst Wednesday, October 21st to play along. So what are you waiting for . . . get that mojo a working!

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Jaspere said...

oh my I just love that paper pieced sweater. You rocked yet another challenge.

Georgia said...

I love your card. The paper pieced sweater is perfect!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Awesome take on the sketch and the paper piecing looks terrific. Another fabulous creation!

Anne said...

What a beautiful card! Love that sweater, we picked the same stamp to use, isn't it a brilliant one!

Angie said...

Sooo cute! Love the colors and this sketch is great:)

Justine said...

WOW Debbie, love everything about your card. You definitely found the MOJO!! I just love what you have done with this image, now I need to go play with her!

Gina said...

Love that sweater! Great image too.

Jennifer Scull said...

such a great card! love the different elements you have put together!