Friday, October 28, 2011

Rough and tumble

Hi ya
Happy Saturday! It's a new Challenge for Color Me Creative: and It's all about BOYS! Anything that is boy themed:-)
Our sponsor is Mo's digital Pencil which is where my Boy Image came from he is called Kitchen Knight:-) Mo will be giving a $15.00 gift certificate to spend at her store:-) YAY! This challenge will go until November 11th, so you have time to go create:-) Also don't forget if you have taken any of Suzanne's classes, she just added a 5th Copic class:-) She will also be on the road in November at Texas/Chicago for in person classes
All details on the challenge are at the color me creative blog so head on over for all the information
OK On to my card, here is an up close, I used my Copic Markers
There is a hint of spica lavender in the dragons, horns
I decided to make a center step card I found at split coast stampers, it was so much fun and easy to make,
Other challenges I would like to add this to are:
Our Creative corner6: Fancy Fold card
Image: Mo Manning: Kitchen Knight
DP: Sassafras Monstrosity line
Bazzill CS
Sentiment: Mr Cricut Crazy: Simply Everything Vol. 1
Thank you for coming by for a visit:-)


  1. Fantastic boys card Michele, the colouration is amazing and your choice of papers simply perfect. Love it!
    Nicola -x-

  2. wow, this is amazing Michele, fabulous colouring and so love this cute image!
    hope you are having a great weekend! Debxx

  3. This is an adorable card. I love your coloring and this sweet image. Great job on your cute card.

  4. He is too cute!! you need to do a tutorial on this center step card!! I love your layout on this one!! xxx Steph

  5. Oh my, this is just gorgeous Michele ... I love this style of card as they are great for showcasing stunning images like you have done here ... your colouring and your mixture of patterned papers are perfection!
    Thanks for joining us at Our Creative Corner!!!

  6. omg don;t u just have the cutest stamps, lordie this is cute

  7. Such a fun cute card! I love all the different papers you've used too, great job!