Sunday, February 24, 2008

Blogger's Challenge


This is my Blogger's Challenge card for the week, albeit a few days late. We were challenged to use Brilliant Blue, Old Olive and Purely Pomegranate on our creations. Unfortunately for me (well, unfortunately for you, too, viewer) I only had 20 minutes to pull something together today at the end of my crazy-busy week. My kids were off from school this week and we had lots of activities; we still have more this evening to end the week with a bang. I snuck down to my stamping oasis for 20 minutes and am begging my keyboard to click quietly before DH realizes I am ready to go : )


In any case, the card uses the Brayered Spots and Ink wash techniques from past issues of the Technique Junkie Newsletter. I hope you enjoy! Thanks for stopping by today. OOPS! I've been nabbed! Gotta go....

10 comments:

Ida said...

Pretty card for a "quickie!" The background almost has a mosaic look to it. I like it.

Foster Mom said...

Great card Pat. How fun you got to sneak off for a few minutes and come up with a card this good!!!

Lynn Mercurio said...

Wow Pat...I'm impressed that you can pull something so fabulous together in only 20 minutes! I love your background technique and really must try this out! I hope your week next week is a little less hectic!

Tangerine Dream said...

I love it! I love the background!!! Awesome card!

Have a great week!

Sara in WI said...

Very pretty card! i love the background.....very cool!

Lisa Bohler said...

Oh you sneaky girl...I'm on my computer sneaking away from my dh, too! Cute card!

Charlotte said...

Love what you did with this card! The embossing really tones down the Brilliant Blue. Great job!

Marti - Pez-A-Doodle Design Studios said...

oh i think it turned out great! i have a question for you - i have seen a little widget type pic for the tech junkie newsletter on other sites and i really want to put one on my blog for you - can you give me the script?? oh and i hope you got some subscribers from me :)

Basement Stamper said...

Very pretty!!! I love that set.

carole (TruCarMa) said...

I love looking at your challenge cards, Lisa -- always an interesting technique I've never used before. Awesome!