Friday, April 24, 2009

Clear Dollar Stamps Weekend Color Challenge

Happy Friday Everyone!
I'm so glad that you're here this weekend and hope that you can play along because this is the last weekend that I will be hostessing the PCP Clear Dollar Stamps Weekend Color Challenge. It has been pure joy to be your hostess once a month since the PCP CDS WCC's inception. I have been amazed each time with all the amazing talent and creativity that is shared during this time. Thank you for making this "job" so much fun!

I would be remiss if I forgot to mention that another great opportunity has rolled around to be a Clear Dollar Stamps Guest Stamp Designer! The monthly Guest Designer Contest begins this Sunday, 4/26/09 and if f you're interested in entering the contest, visit Lori McCroskey's blog for more information, here.

Stamp Sets Used: Clear Dollar Stamps "Little Lamb"
Cardstock & Papers: Cloud 9 Design "Sunrise Smoothie" Designer Paper Collection, ColorMates Medium Terrific Teal Cardstock, Paper Trey White Cardstock
Inkpads: Tuxedo Memento Black
Accessories: Cuttlebug, Nestabilities Regular & Pinking Round Dies, Marvy Jumbo Circle Punch, Fiskars Paper Shaper Pinking Scissors, Cuttlebug "Spots and Dots" Embossing Folder, Sewing Machine, Thread, Adhesives, Zots, Stampin' Up! Dimensionals, Computer-Generated Sentiment, Copic Sketch Markers; BG000 Pale Aqua, YG03 Yellow Green, YG67 Moss, E02 Fruit Pink, C1 & C3 Cool Greys Doodlebug Buttons, Stampin' Up! Twine, "Bobbin" Satin Ribbon, K&Co. Adhesive "Gems".
Special Techniques: Basic Stamping, Dry Embossing, Copic Coloring & Blending & Machine Stitching


peggysue said...

That is one fun and springy card! Very nice job, cute little lamb there. He wants to romp in the grass!

Cassie said...

Gorgeous, Linda! Love that little lamb and all your details. You are so talented. It was because of you that I first started participating in the weekend color challenge. Thanks for being such an inspiration!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Awww... Isn't this just too cute. Your little lamb is darling! Great layout too Linda.