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Thursday, 11 March 2010

Twisted Thursday - with a FREE digi


It's time to play the Twisted Thursday Challenge again with Shirleys2Girls, this time there's a really exciting twist - a free digi from the new Alice in Wonderland release. Why is there a free digi? Last week we had a record SIXTY - count 'em - entries to the challenge, so to celebrate and thank all the players, the Girls decided to give away an image to encourage you all to play along this week. Can we break the record again this week? I hope so! Go to the blog to download your freebie image of the Cheshire Cat.

The twist for your project this week is to use stripes. Of course our Cheshire Cat already has stripes, so the twist takes care of itself, how easy is that? If you'd like a sketch to get you started there's one on the challenge blog, but you don't need to use it...

I've used one of my favourite DPs, My Minds Eye, for my card, aren't the colours lovely and summery? And the stripe is purrfect :). Cat is coloured with Copics and edged with Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink. Sentiment is also from Shirleys2Girls, border is a Martha Stewart lattice punch.

Have fun with the freebie, I can't wait to blog hop and see everyone's cards:)

9 comments:

  1. Adorable, those colors are just lovely!

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  2. Anne---this is a wonderful card! Love the brown border and the dotted ribbon.

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  3. Anne this is great! I love the extra stripes on your paper. I had to add some polka dots to mine too!

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  4. Love that paper and polka dot ribbon, it works so well with your image. Cute!

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  5. Great colors and I like the border you used in the middle!

    Peace & Luv,
    Jeannie

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  6. Wonderful card, Anne! Love the DP and boder punch!

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  7. Hi Anne, Love the color combo on your cute little card.

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  8. So cute! I love the colors you used and that MS punch!
    Tammy x

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