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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Wacky Wednesday, Dare to Get Dirty Card, and Color Challenge Card




Good morning everyone!!! It's Wednesday and you know what that means...it's time for another Rubbernecker Wacky Wednesday. Today's hostess is Shelly and her challenge to us is to use buttons...any way your little heart desires!!!

The Rubbernecker Sunflower image was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and colored with copics. The Rubbernecker sentiment was stamped on the vellum with Archival Jet Black and embossed with clear ep. It was attached at the botton and then May Arts Ribbon was gathered on the sewing machine and attached over the vellum. The buttons were all attached to the ribbon with glue dots.







Martha Stewart butterflies were punched out of Prism Intense Teal, antennas were drawn on, and black pearls were used for a little glam.


Recipe:
Stamps: Rubbernecker Sunflower and sentiment
Paper: Prism Simply Smooth White, Prism Intense Teal, Black, 7 Gypsies Market dp
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Archival Jet Black
Accessories: May arts Ribbon, Ribbons, Various Floss and Twine, Vellum, Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch, Copics





Please be sure to link your WW22 creations back to the Rubbernecker Blog for your chance to win a great discount coupon on your Rubbernecker purchase. Check out the other Red Hot Momma's blogs for some AWESOME inspiration!!
Bev Gerard (Tex)
Broni Holcombe


Juliana Swanson
Kittie Caracciolo
Linda Duke
Shelly Kuck
Sherry Cheever
Candy Williams

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Dare to Get Dirty Card...Combo of Six Dirty Challenges!!!



Papertrey Inks Fruitful images were stamped the various shades of orange, green, and pink...
some were masked and others were cutout and attached with glue dots and dimensionals. Bling was added to the lime, lemons, and orange and the rhinestone cherries were added to the ribbon. A little zig zag sewing was done on the ribbon and the sentiment is from the same set.

The challenges are as follows:



1. DTGD09Basilefamily - The inspiration challenge came to us from Joanne and she chose a beautiful pattern from the Lilly Pulitzer collection to use as the inspiration . I drew my inspiration from the colors and the collage effect.


2. DTGD09craftycaro - To make a card other than the standard A2 size...mine is 4 1/4 by 4 3/4

3. DTGD09DeborahLynneS - To use texture...I used flock on the peach and leaves.

4. DTGD09TruCarMa - to use food...I used fruit

5. DTGD09Laurely - to use ribbon in an interesting way.....mine is a little different

6. DTGD09BevMom - to use sewing...I sewed just a little on the ribbon.

I have finished 7 of the challenges now...only 14 to go...yikes!!!

Recipe:
Stamps: PTI Fruitful
Paper: White, Raspeberry Rizz, Prism Baby Pink Light
Ink: Certainly Celery, Raspberry Fizz, Regal Rose, Pretty in Pink, Summer Sun, Pumpkin Pie,
Accessories: Nestabilities, Bling, Dimensionals, Ribbon, Flock, Sewing Machine,

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Four Challenge card!!!



Yesterday's Color Challenge on Splitcoast was to use Certainly Celery, Pixie Pink, and Apricot Appeal....thanks, Betty, for the great challenge!!!

Yesterday was a great day to go to a tea party (the Mudder's, that is) however, not sure how I feel about sharing my lily pad with a frog!!! Hummm, maybe he is the prince and will sweep me off my feet...all good as long as I don't have to eat the dragonfly!!! This is also for Anne's (Itsapassion) DDC challenge to use only edible papers and inks. That means to only use colors that have something edible in the name. You can see all the DDC cards here. I used the challenge colors but since I didn't have Pixie Pink I used Raspberry Fizz instead. The copics I used also had edible names and will list them below. We were also to add something edible to the design...The little dragonfly is my goodie for today...the frogs eyes are just bugging out at the thought of lunch!!!


One more challenge....this qualifies for
Deb's DTGD challenge to use texture...a cuttlebug folder was used on the background and the glitter counts a little. Ribbon and the tea cup charm finish it off.
Recipe:

Stamps: Frolicking Frogs
Paper: Certainly Celery, Apricot Appeal, Raspberry Fizz, White
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa, Certainly Celery, Apricot Appeal
Accessories: Tea Cup Charm, Googlie Eyes, Gold Cording, Ribbon, Punch, Nestabilities, Chalk for the sky and water, Glitter, Cuttlebug, Copics: Ice Cream, Sugared Almond Pink, Wax White, Cream, Lime Green, Pale Lemon, Pale Olive


Whew...that's all folks...time for this old Grandma to go to bed!!! Thanks sooo much for visiting this morning and I hope you have a wonderful day!!!!

25 comments:

Crystal said...

Joan these are all so wonderful, I have to say I LOVE how you did the vellum/setiment with those buttons...beautiful!!! I always get so much inspiration from your work!!!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

You were certainly getting dirty girl!! :) These are all brilliant cards!! I love the idea on the top one with the vellum and added buttons!! Your fruit sampler card is brilliant and your froggie is so well put together, he looks like he belongs where he's at!! :) Thanks for sharing all these beauties!!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

beautiful sunflowers, your coloring is outstanding. The buttons are a great addition.
Great vibrant and cheery card for your second.
The froggie is too cute, and I like the charm you used. You have been busy! ;0)

Connie said...

Wow, Joan! Three wonderful cards! LOVE the row of buttons with the velum on the first! The second is just so bright an cheery...no question on what your inspiration was for this card. :) The third is just way to cute! Love that image, and the fun charm!

ChristineCreations said...

Oh Joan, that first card is just SO rich looking! What great patterns and colors! And you've colored the flowers so beautifully!

All great cards...but that first one just did me in ;)

jdmommy said...

Fabulous cards, all! The sunflower for RWW is gorgeous!! I love the image and your coloring, and the addition of the little butterflies! i never get my buttons to look right, and you have ROCKED this challenge with the way you set up the buttons and the vellum! I bow to the Master (or Mistress!!)

LindaDuke said...

WOW Joan, you have been busy!!! I love all three card. I think the Sunflower one is my fav, but all areare beautiful.

Joanne (jojot) said...

OMG...I'm exhausted just looking at all these beauties you have created.....they are each fabulous and each so unique.....tfs

Dawn B. said...

These are all wonderful Joan. I love the color combo on the first one. It is gorgeous. I missed Da Muddermarks tea party this week. I will have to catch up next week.

Jerri Kay said...

Beautiful cards Joan, I especially love the sunflower design, so gorgeous with the buttons and butterflies!

Fern said...

Three more wonderful cards, Joan. Love the sunflower image. The coloring is gorgeous as is the butterflies. Love the added bling. The vellum is wonderful... Your fruit card is sooo fruity...lol Love the colors and the flocking on the peach.. very clever... And your frog card is soo cute.. Love the eyes and the glitter.. I have this stamp and love it.. I hope you got some rest... Have a wonderful day..:o)

Dawn Easton said...

Holy cow, girl!! Love all of your cards! I'm addicted to butterflies and love that you added them to your first card...awesome!

Norine said...

loving them all as usual love the vellum and buttons
Hugs
Norine

Bev J. said...

All great cards. I especially like the sunflower card-great design. tfs

chelemom said...

Love all of these!!! : )

JulieA said...

Gorgeous cards!!!! Wow, you've been busy again! I love your sunflower card...the colors are so rich and gorgeous. And the card with 6 DTGD challenges! That's amazing to fit so many into one! I think my eyes would have been crossing, just to figure it out. I love the little froggie card, too. Too cute!

Vicki said...

Oh My, Joan! What an awesome talent you are! Such beautiful work! Thank you so much for being a follower on my blog! I am honored! Blessings to you!

raindropecho said...

These are absolutely amazing! I absolutely adore that sunflower card, so beautiful!
- Ann

Barb said...

Colors, colors and downright cute! The first card is gorgeous and the colors are so elegant. The second card is so brilliant with those bright colors. The third card is so cut! All are colored exquisitely! You are a genius with color!

Hugs,
Barb

Jackie said...

Wow! You're so good with combining challenges to make fantastic cards Joan! They're all great & so well designed!!

I hope you have fun in Austin & wish your DH a happy birthday from me!!!

Rebecca Ednie said...

Your fruit card also qualifies for Sharon Johnson's fruit card challenge and three Clovers challenge 24 which is also to use fruit!! I believe that makes 8 in one. That must be a record. I managed 6 once, wow that was fun!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

These are all so wonderful Joan!! I love the first with the sentiment on the vellum and all the buttons. The colors on the second are gorgeous!! I love the teacup on the third with the gorgeous image and layout!! Way to combine challenges!! YOu rock girl!!

Rose Ann said...

Your sunflowers are gorgeous, Joan...and I love all of the buttons!!

Your 7-challenge card is amazing, and so pretty too!!

Love your cute froggie & little charm!!

Fabulous cards, Joan!!

Scrubbysue said...

Hi joan! wow! these are all just fabulous! I love the colors and the buttons!!

Savor the Journey said...

Wowza, girlfriend! You've been a stampin' genius! I LOVE the sunflower card ... the vellum layer and buttons on the lower edge are fabulous! And OMWord! The flowers & fruit for the DDChallenges ... Such a creative combination!!

~Bev