Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Wednesday DT challenge


This week's challenge was anything but a card. I decided I need to be organized with my Christmas shopping this year especially since money is so tight. I made this chipboard book to keep me organized. Isn't it stinking cute? The paper is ginger blossom dp from SU. I stamped the snowflakes with vanilla craft ink and then accented them with stickles. I used my copic markers on the cute little reindeer from Reindeer games. Isn't she cute? The hearts are SU rubons with stickles added. My sewing machine was used to make the cute lil frame around my image. Oh, I almost forgot. I got the starter kit for airbrushing with my copic markers. I used the airbrush to do around the reindeer. This works very easy to do a background. I have however decided to upgrade and get the stuff I need for the bigger cans of air as the 60 only does about 5 minutes. The 180 lasts for about 40-45. Santa can I have an air compressor for Christmas? I have been extra good

I have been working extra hard on the Aug. DT release this past week or so. The sneak peeks will begin next Wednesday with the release party starting at 8:00 EST on Aug 4th. You want to come back and check these sets out. Christine has given us some very fun new sets. Woo hoo new rubber!

7 comments:

Andrea said...

love love love it and I super love the eastton book thing that you did! Are you going to post it on here too? Love you!

Maria Levine said...

oh lesa that is adoarable! Fantastic idea!!!

Renée/prchvs said...

This is fabulous, Lesa! Love the colours, your colouring, well everything!

- Brenda - said...

LOVE this!! So very cute - your blog is awesome!

Niki Estes said...

Absolutely adorable, Lesa! I love the colors and that cute reindeer!

Alana said...

Such a cute chipboard book! I love all the elements. Sorry I've been MIA lately--I haven't been stamping so I just haven't posted anything. I posted a short update on my blog finally. I hope you're doing well.

Stampin' Meg said...

How cute is she?!!! Great lil book, Lesa!

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