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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Roll Tide and other things

Today's "Anything Goes" challenge at Through The Craftroom Door is up for your fun!  Today, I have used an adorable Cheerleader digi from the Paper Shelter.  I just love their art!  They have the cutest images and they are fun to color up.  My husband and I are huge Alabama fans so I just had to use their colors and the houndstooth paper I found at Michael's in there rack.  You will have to wait until the TTCRD magazine comes out to see how I put her together, but I think she is pretty cute!  Be watching for the magazine which will come out shortly.  If you don't have a subscription, your are missing out on great tutorials and free digis!

At our Color Challenge at The Outlawz, the ladies have worked their magic to bring you some great inspiration cards to spark you imagination.  Ursula selected our inspiration photos and colors and Laurian brought them to life.  My card is made using one of Anne Fenton's digis.  She is our wonderful sponsor for this month and your can score six of her digis in a random drawing at the end of the month.  You just have to submit a project this week to be eligible to go into the drawing.


I used her little Native American Girl and colored her up using my Copic Markers that I always get at OOZAK.  I used the Southwest Cricut Cartridge to my background and the Thunderbirds below.  I used two different tiny flower thumb punches I scored at Michaels on a dump rack for $1.00 each.  I used brown and lavender cardsto as well as some sea foam green cardstock.  I put my fiber under two small brown gems from Reminisce and I did not use a sentiment because I am waiting to see what occasion I will use this card.

I would love to see all my friends come on over and play at these two sites this week.  We have awesome prizes up for grabs!



1 comment:

  1. Really cool Southwestern card, Roxann! Love the design, coloring, your bg, and those fab T'birds! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

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