Monday, October 15, 2012

Some Old Girl October challenge

Hey and Happy Monday. I hope you had a FAB weekend.

I'm here with my card of the Some Odd October sketch Challenge.
The challenge runs to the 31st so you have some time to join in on the challenge fun. It's also Kristy's (owner & designer of SOG) birthday month so she has a ton of giveaways on her blog and the Some Odd Girl blog going on this month. I think I've entered just about everyone so crossing my fingers :)  Beside the giveaways there have been a ton of tips and tricks on the blog this month from other crafters. So stop by for the crafting Some Odd Girl fun.
 
                                                   Below is the Sketch for the Challenge
 
On to my card which I created in honor of Kristy's bithday. I used the CowGirl Mea digi image which is so cute. I colored her up with Copic Markers. 
 
Supply details:pattern paper (Mind Eye's: market), silver cardstock (American Crafts), twine (from Vssweetideas store) , Birthday stamp (Hero Arts), Sizzix die (heart), Stickles (Ranger: silver)
 
 Close Up of the image
 
I hope you enjoy my entry
 
Thanks for stoping by and I love to read your comments.
 
* Do something creative everyday *
 
Nicole

7 comments:

  1. Super cute card...I love how you did the twine!

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    1. Hey, I hope all is well thanks for stopping by.

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  2. AWESOME! Isn't she too fun to color!!? I love how you used the sketch, and the colors are so fun! Thanks for joining us this month at Some Odd Girl!

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  3. *squeee* she is SO beautiful Nicole! I love the colors you used on Mae, and the way you used the twine on that heart is sensational!! So happy you linked up to Some Odd Girl challenge this month!
    hugs, Leah

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    1. thanks so much,I luv me some twine.

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  4. What a fantastic interpretation of the sketch - that heart is so fitting!!

    Thank you for joining us over at Some Odd Girl for our October Sketch Challenge. Good luck.
    xo, Lou Mac.

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