It's Twisted Thursday Challenge time again! This week it's a super-easy twist: using ribbon or ric-rac. Shirleys2Girls challenge you to follow a sketch - with a twist! Here's what you have to do: Create a card, following this week’s sketch and then “Twist” by using ric-rac or ribbon somewhere on your project. Everyone loves to add a bit of ribbon to their cards... no excuse not to play along :).You are not required to use Shirley’s 2 Girls stamps, but if you've got them, we'd love to see you use them! If you don't yet have any of these wonderful stamps, they are currently having a sale - there is a MASSIVE 25% off everything other than digi stamps and those already reduced in the Turkey sale. This has to be a great reason to get shopping!
Upload your card to your favorite online gallery and/or your blog. If you upload to SCS or PCP, please use the keywords S2GSC34 AND shirleys2girls. Post a direct link to your card using Mr. Linky on the Challenge Blog, here. The deadline for uploading your card is Wednesday, 25 November, 2009 at midnight PDT.The winning card will be chosen by Random.org, the lucky winner will get to choose a stamp from the Shirley’s 2 Girls product list, and their winning card or other project will be showcased on the Shirley's 2 Girls Challenge Blog Please do visit the other Ladies with Attitude, check out their amazing creations and leave them some love:
Now onto my card: I've used "Waiting", one of the new Christmas release, available here.
As soon as I saw this stamp I knew it had to come home with me, I love it :). Both the background and the dog are paper pieced with just the branch and bone coloured in with my Copics. Papers are by Fancy Pants and the grosgrain ribbon is tied across the bottom. The panels of DP are zig-zag stitched to the background in a red thread. There's a little Glamour Dust on the tree branch and beside the ribbon, not too much as these papers are natural, not blingy. Oh, I have a confession about that second bone on the card: I edged the scalloped circle with a red pen - and the pen slipped - time for a quick rescue :). I cut an extra bone and put it on a foam pad, problem solved.
I hope my card inspires you to play along with this great sketch, don't forget, you've got to be in to win!