Here it is the 15th of the month and I'm just barely on time with my post. (but it is still the 15th wheeew). Our challengers this month were "Darling" Darlene for the Dazzlers... and wonderful Tami for the Divas. As you know I am a Diva so I got my awesome kit from Tami. Now I must say it was full of tons of goodies (of which I still have alot left). I loved the papers and all the embellies as well as the challenging image. Our theme is :Masculine :::::Yep, the manly man! You'll see in a moment the challenge I had when you see my card. Our image was a great stamped tag in 4 different colors....the challenge was to use the tag on your card but it couldn't contain a sentiment on the tag. Now, I looked and looked and looked for a manly image I could stamp on my tag...at first I thought I'd cut 3 of them out...lay them side by side and use a big image and then mount each of them on card stock and separate them like tiles...well....hmmmmm again I couldn't find a stamp that would work. So.........plan b was to take an image stamp it on the tag then stamp another on another piece of paper (I actually used the side of the card stock the tag was stamped on), and then color and cut out the image, so far so good...I actually found a stamp I thought would work and once it was colored and cut out I mounted it with mounting tape on the tag.
Our little bag FULL of embellies contained a black circle. I ran across a sketch that used circles so I modified it a bit and was able to use the dsp on the black circles and the side rectangle so I could use a little bit of each of the papers...I actually surprised myself and liked how the card turned out..(I hope you do too Tami).
So here is the card:
The second part of our challenge is to share a funny holiday story involving someone masculine in our life. Mine happened on the 4th of July when we had our pontoon. We were cruising down the river with my brother and his family when my nephew asked if he could drive.....of course my husband let him. We were pretty new to the river and not really sure of all the sand bars....(we also didn't have a porta potty on the pontoon but we got one soon after), and everyone was saying, we need to pull over at the next opportunity. Well my nephew was going quite fast to tease my hubby (who drove slower than slow), when he ran into a sandbar.....Everyone flew forward as we stopped VERY SUDDENLY...We all had to get out of the pontoon to push it off the sandbar...it wasn't quite the stop we had planned but everyone felt better when they got back on the boat...My nephew...well he felt bad and decided he was through driving for the day.
Thank you for stopping by, I do appreciate it. Please take some time and check out the rest of the Dueling Darling blogs. I am sure you won't be disappointed in the creations you will be treated to.
Until next time,