Saturday, July 12, 2008

Lean On Me

Sorry for not posting anything all week. I have been busy working on my Lasting Impressions With Panache Samples and Papertrey Guest star Stamper entry. Emilia and I also started school again this week. I finally got a chance to take pictures of what I have been working on today so I can share them with you. This is the first card I made for LIWP. I used a new TJ technique called Faux Handmade Paper for the lower right panel. I stamped the elephants in Versafine black ink and colored them in with my prismcolor pencils and blended them with gamsol. I colored the sky background with my B000 Copic and used E31 and the colorless blender to give the dirt some texture. I matted those two pieces on SU Kraft and black cardstock. I added a piece of 5/8" grosgrain white ribbon that I colored with my B000 Copic then I added a piece of black gingham ribbon on top of that. To finish the card off I added 2 black brads. Card size is 5x5".
In TV land I was right about my Bachlorette prediction. The Colorado guy gets the girl again. I hope it works out for both of them. Big Brother Starts again tomorrow night and I am really excited about that. I am also still watching The Next Food Network Star, Denise Richards, Jon and Kate plus 8, The Mole, America's Got Talent, Tori and Dean, So You Think You Can Dance, Sheer Genius, My Life on the D List, Hopkins, and The Dog Whisperer. Well that's it for now I am off to watch the season finale of Hells Kitchen on my computer because I forgot to tape it. I will be back again tomorrow with something else to share. Until then have a good night and thanks for stopping by.


Linda said...

Elephants.........a wonderful creation. I have a sister whom adores them big time.
I am shocked that Deanna's choice was Jesse. But it appears he can give her what she
In that respect, I am happy for them.
Alot of great shows this year.....Big Brother is a must see.
Whoc are you rooting for on the Next Food Star......I personally like Lisa.....I hope she wins it.

Tamara said...

The elephants are great, Terri! :)