Sunday, January 3, 2010

Seaside Girls

Helloooooooo, out there!!! Today, was one of those days, that I thought would be productive craft wise...but between the phone and trying to get cookies made for school, an early supper and laundry done...well...crafting just had to wait:( I am however very proud of myself that it isn't Midnight or 1am....LOL. Right now it is 10:23 pm and I should be in bed at a decent time...LOL. My day tomorrow will start early. Besides my three kids I will have 4 others before school, so I will have to make quite a bit of breakfast. I then have my little guy that I look after coming over after I get everyone off to school. It will sure be a busy day. I sure did enjoy my holidays though but am ready for everyone to head back to school and routine.

Now on to crafting business....some of the most important business:) I was blog surfing today and found two new challenges. The Curtain Call Color Challenge, I found on my friend Melissa's Blog. In the last few days I was blog surfing and finding a whole whack load of cool new challenge blogs to try. I do look forward to trying them all. The second one I found was from 365 Cards- Super Sunday Sketch. Both of the challenges seemed interesting and something that I could put together quickly. It was also very cool to see how many talented crafters their are out here in blogger land. I saw some really amazing blogs and keep adding to my already long list *wink*.

This is my take on both of these wonderful challenges.
The girls are so adorable!!! I thought they were perfect for this challenge.

I just noticed that the brads don't look as dark as they should. Sorry it must be from the light reflecting on the table.
Stamps: Seaside Sketches (SU), Verve Stamp
Paper: Always Artichoke, Old Olive, Going Grey, Whisper White and Cottage Wall DSP
Ink: Stazon Black Ink
Accessories: Markers (SU), Always Artichocke Brads, Ticket corner punch and a Martha Stewart punch, sponge daubers.

Wishing you all a great night ahead of you if your still up, if your not peacefule nights sleep.

Thanks for stopping bye.
Til next time- I hope your day makes you smile.


  1. Oh Tamie this card is wonderful!!! Those 2 girls are adorable....You did a fantastic it!!!

  2. WOW...great job on the sketch...your card is stunning! Thanks for joining us!

  3. Lovely card, Tamie! The beachy feel makes me want warmer weather even more:) Thanks so much for playing the Curtain Call and sharing your talent!

  4. I love this card. well done. cannot wait for more.

  5. Great job! Love that stamp. I live 8 miles from the beach, so this stamp speaks to me! Thanks for playing at 365 Cards this week!

  6. I love, love, love that image you chose for your card, which is beautiful!