Monday, January 25, 2010

TGF - CHA Relay Contest Day 1

Over on The Greeting Farm blog they are having a contest all week while they are away at CHA.  The first image which you see below had to be posted by 6pm CST today in order to receive the next image and then the next image has to be posted by 6pm CST tomorrow, etc. You can receive up to six images, yeh!!!!

I've combined this with a couple of other challenges:

1.  Friday Sketchers - You can find the sketch here.

2.  Anya Ink - The challenge was to make your own dp.  I used a cuttlebug folder for the background on the card and then my swiss dots folder on the orange strips.



Supplies: Paper: PTI; Stamp: The Greeting Farm; Copics: Face: E00, R00, R20, Hair: E97, E50, "Clothes": BG11, BG13, BG15; Other: Stickles, Nestabilities, Buttons, Thread, and Inking.

TFL!

16 comments:

Martha said...

its wonderful!

Sew-Ink said...

Very cute, love the layout and the colors.

Vickie Y said...

This is an adorable image; great card and layout! TFS

marsha said...

Too cute! Great layout.
Hugs, Marsha

Melina said...

I love the clean look of this card. Beautiful coloring :)

Cammy said...

This is really cute, Lesley! Love your color choices.

AnnMarie said...

This is such a great card! The background embossing looks like water! Too cool! :)

Moira said...

Cute card.. I really need to get my Cuttlebug out and use it more.

Terria said...

Awesome card, great job!

Colleen said...

great job using the embossing!

Melisa Waldorf said...

Lesley he is too cute girl!!

Tracey said...

I am really likin' this little guy. Awesome job.
Hugs,
Tracey

Yanitza Ramos said...

Aawww... how cute! So adorable!
You did a terrific job!

Thanks for sharing and for joining us at Anya Ink!

Tracey Feeger said...

What a darling little card. I love the colours and the embossed card. Thanks for joining us at Anya Ink
mwah
Trace

Fran said...

I love it, he really stands out against the backgroung. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Anya Ink!

April said...

Super cute....I see you used some of the same items as your above post...I love seeing different ways of using the same things!