Saturday, August 9, 2008
My Favorite Things & a little blog candy
I so love the early 1900's when hats were "in" and everyone wore one. I guess that is the dork in me..."nerdy hat lover". I absolutely love this Gina K set " Thinking of You" created by Rupa Shevde. When I saw the challenge "From Your Closet" over at Caardvarks I knew this was the set I had to reach for. I had some left over paper from the wedding guest book I made (forgot to get pictures before I handed it over...bummer), so that is what I grabbed. There are little flowers on the hat, but I used some pearls and a rhinestone to cover them up and dress it up a bit more. The sentiment is a Marcella K rub-on, and I am really not sure what occasion I will even use this card for. It may go in my pile of cards for this years holiday bizarre??? I used Kazan's sketch from 2S4Y to tie everything together and I think it works.
A couple of cool things to announce... my cupcake box has been put in the Creative Cuts and More gallery woo hoo! They have such awesome die cuts and have added cool paper and bling! Go check them out!
AND... it's getting closer...only 4 more days until the launch party of 3D Design Challenge!!! So here is where the blog candy comes into play.
1. Go over to 3D Design Challenge and leave a comment- worth 1 point
2. Link 3D Design Challenge to your blog and let all your readers know about the fun we will be having on the 13th!- worth 2 points
3. Copy the 3D Design Challenge blinkie and put it on your blog- worth 3 points.
That is a total of 6 times your name can be in the drawing for.... a USPS Flat Rate box FULL of goodies! Everyone is welcome to play!!
You have until 11:59 PM on Tuesday, August 12th to enter. Please be sure to leave us a link to your blog or an email address so that I can get in touch with you if you are the lucky winner! I will draw one lucky person's name on Wednesday morning, August 13, 2008 and post it here! I can't wait to have you all come play with Carrie and myself!
Thanks for stopping by, see you on Monday!
Posted by Pamela Smerker at 12:01 AM