Thursday, March 5, 2009

BLOGGERS CHALLENGE #89 Color Combo - Sage, Brown & Neutral...

It's FRIDAY! I am excited. We recieved tickets to a hockey game for the Milwaukee Admirals game in a Sky Box. So we are looking forward to taking the children there this weekend. They are excited to go too. I am not such a HUGE hockey fan that I follow it on a regular bases (in case you hadn't noticed :))



A few people asked, my youngest did end up with stitches. She is such a trooper though and was so excited to come home form the hospital with her "MAGIC STRING." I do not recall if I said that in yesterdays post. Do you realize, that every February/ early March we end up in the emergency room? My children must get very squirrelly this time of year from being cooped up in doors. Last year it was my 7 year old who ended up with stitches the end of February.



Todays Bloggers Challenge was to use Sage Shadow, Chocolate Chip and a neutral color. I chose a NEW Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Digi-stamps. This was so cute and I thought it lent itself perfectly to this color combo! There are several NEW Digi-stamps at Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps! be sure to check them out. They will never replace the feel of rubber in your hands but it is nice to have something to play with IMMEDIATELY!



Here are the details of my project:

Stamp Sets: Elli & Friends, Winter at Home (sentiment) Turtle Digi stamp by Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Sage Shadow, Whisper White, Close to Cocoa DP
Accessories: Chocolate Brads, Dimensionals, Nestabilities.
Be sure to check out the other Blogger Challenge Participants! You can get their links from the Bloggers Challenge icon on the sidebar.
Have a fabulous weekend!


Chrissy D

26 comments:

Lisa Somerville said...

Cute, love the layout!

Moni said...

Lovely card! Hugs, Moni

Kerry D-C said...

Supah Cute! Fun image!

Rachel Hope said...

Awwww, cute!!!!

Ceal said...

This is so Cute! congrats on the hockey game. I love Hockey!

Ida P. Krause said...

Gosh this is just so cute! What a great image and I love the dp you used and your layout. Very fun card.

Basement Stamper said...

Love this turtle and feel the same way about digi stamps, nice to use, but missing the rubber ;-)

Robin Merriman said...

Great layout, Chrissy! Cute card with the little turtle buddy.

Debs said...

Great card, love this image. Debs x

Sparkle said...

This is soooooooo cute! I love that turtle.

Lisa Bohler said...

What fun 'scallop' layers you have there! Super cute card!

Sally said...

Lovely card. Love that little turtle. I too like the feel of that rubber.

Patti Chesky said...

I never used a digi image before. He is adorable!! I love the layout!!

MJ said...

Very cute! Hope you enjoy the hockey game. I am thinking that these digital images can really put a damper on those of us that sell stamps. After all they are cheap, can be used in so many different sizes and can be layered for scenes. Scarry.

Claudia said...

What a fun card!

Janet said...

Hey Chrissy - I hope you are doing well. Sorry I haven't popped in in a while - it's been crazy busy arond here. I love the colors used in this challenge and you did an amazing job with it. Great Job !!!

Have a great day !!

Janet

Sheryl Dickinson said...

So cute! I love your happy little turtle! Great layout too!

Regina Cornelius said...

very sweet!
have fun at the hockey game!

Dani said...

Ack! So cute! I love that lil' turtle! Wonderful job!

Creative Mish said...

This is the cutest little turtle. Looks great with this color combo

Lori said...

What a cute image! Hope you had fun at the game--the Bradley Center is a great place to watch a hockey game (I saw the UW Badgers win the national championship there a few years ago . . .).

Marcia P @ The Stamp Spot said...

Very cute image and great use of the colours in this card.

:) Marcia

Christina said...

Ohhh so sweet! Love it!

Barbara said...

What a cute image.....what a great card!

tonistamps said...

Wow! I love the designer paper squares in this layout. Great job Chrissy!

Connie said...

Great card! Love the layout...