Before I get into today's Annabelle Challenge my little blog reached 100 followers yesterday!!! Now for lots of you that's not so many...... but I'm thrilled to have reached this number! I've hovered close for a while now, with the Candy on offer got sooooo close...... then it dropped away after the Candy was claimed!!! Go figure!!! Anyway Monique made the 100 so there is a little something in the mail to her as a welcome and thank you. Keep watching there just might be more .........
Last Friday of the month means it's time for the Annabelle Stamps Sketch with Bling Challenge.
Don't forget you can enter or combine the weekly challenges to be in the running for the $20 shopping voucher for the on-line store.
Andrea has given us the sketch above to play with which was perfect to use one of the new Background stamps from 'Backgrounds By Design - Numbers'.
I've used the retro squares and added one of the tiny accent stamps in a few of the blank spaces. Wrapped some ABS flower ribbon around the top of this then promptly covered the flowers with lilac 6mm Sprinkles!!! Some white ABS petals coloured with Copic markers seemed just right for the round section and the sentiment, from the same set, was stamped onto some green card shaped with a Spellbinder die.
Check out the the Annabelle blog for all the latest news and why not check the DT's blogs to see how they played with this sketch. Hope you can play along.
My card is entered into the following challenges this week:
Some Odd Girl - orange, green, purple
Flourishes- FTTC90 -anything but buttons and bows
2 Sisters - anything goes
Stamps: Annabelle Stamps, Backgrounds By Design-Numbers, Ink: SU Pear Pizzazz, Memento Pear Tart and Tuxedo Black. Card: Sam & Lucy Fruit Salad Pearlescent. Romans White, Basic Grey Sugar Rush. Embellishments: Annabelle Stamps 6mm Lilac Sprinkles, White Petals, Flowered Ribbon. Equipment: Spellbinder die, Piercing tool.
This next little card also..... sorta.... kinda fits this weeks Annabelle challenge, using Backgrounds By Design-Numbers flipped the sketch and made as a 4 x 4 card. ...... What do you think? I think the lollipop will be off there quick smart!!!
Till next time........