Saturday, October 23, 2010

MPS Live Challenge

First of all I have to thank Purple Scrapbooker and My Pink Stamper. I won a MPS stamp set from Purple Scrapbooker and received it very quickly and I'm very excited to have Punny-licious. Although after last nights u-cast I feel a little behind as she announced her third set in the Punny-licious series! During the MPS live u-cast her and Karlee gave us a challenge. Use the colors pink, purple and green to create something in 30 minutes or less. Now, i do have to admit I didn't complete my project in 30 minutes as my flocking needed to dry!






I decided to use Create a Critter and make an animal that I hadn't used before. I decided to use the whale to go along with the Punny-licious stamp "Get Whale Soon!". The background image is from Digital Delights. I flocked the seaweed to bring in the green; it wasn't easy to keep the glue in the lines but it turned out cute. I cute the whale at 2 1/4" with two layers of purple and the top in an awesome pink color. I then sprayed all of it with my Shimmer Spritz and used pop dots to place it. I don't remember how big the starfish was cut at...but I left the little circles in and just colored it instead. To finish off the card I used the MPS stamp in silver! Simple, easy and quick!

If you've just stopped by, I'll be posting a video shortly and will have a giveaway when I hit 50 followers! See previous posts for more details!

6 comments:

Melissa said...

I don't think that drying time counts! Even if it does, it turned out really nice!

Melissa
www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

CraftyGirl said...

Okay..this is just darling!! I love your sweet whale!! Thanks for taking on our die cut challenge at Frosted Designs this week!!
Barb :)

Cassie said...

This is beyond adorable. I just love the little whale. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Frosted Designs.

Diana said...

oh!!! This is adorable, love the colors and the die cuts are too cute.Thanks for playing with us at Frosted Designs

The Purple Scrapbooker said...

What a great card! I'm so glad you enjoyed the stamps (I knew you would)! Great job using them!!

Susan said...

Great card for beening a quick one and it was fun watching robyn and Karlee always is. Your doing great hope you hit 50 I have a long ways to go! Take care!