Thursday, April 24, 2008

Airborne Thursday

Today I am taking flight with some Doodle friends. These cute little guys and their vehicles are part of the DoodleFactory "Urban" collection. I love DF! Which reminds me that I was browsing the Starving Arstistamps site when I noticed some new DF characters. She has a new Fairytale collection that is so ADORABLE. Enough enabling *wink* for today. So the first card features a cute little fox spinning in his airplane. He is quite a daredevil. I colored him in with my Copics. I tried to stamp the smoke in a swirl so it could resemble twist in the sky. Card stock used is SU Tempting Turquoise, Real Red, Olive, Pumpkin, and Georgia Pacific. The patterned paper is DCWV "Glitter" pack. The layout is an older Mojo Monday challenge. I am addicted to this sketch. Accessories are baubles and SU ribbon. The second card is Mr. Guaco operating his helicopter. I used this week's SCS sketch challenge as my inspiration. Card stock used is SU Bayou Blue, Sky Blue, Chocolate Chip, Real Red, and Georgia Pacific. Patterned paper is DCWV "Pet Stack". Accessories are SU ribbon, and silver cord. I also added a piece of transparency to the helicopter window. I tried to get a close up. Anyhoo, that is all I have for you today. Make sure to check back tomorrow for some more stamping.
Hugs,

6 comments:

CraftyC said...

Both of your cards are just fab!!
Clairexx

Jenn D said...

This is adorable. I love the idea of adding transparency to the helicopter window.

Laura said...

They are both wonderful!!! I am so in love with DF stamps as well. It is so fun to create with those!

Jessica Smith said...

Great job I just love these stamps thanks for sharing the info, that fairly tale set is adorable.

shel9999 said...

These are so cute! One of these days, I'm going to order some of those Doodle Factory dudes. I really like them!

Angela (monkeymama) said...

I have seen these Doodle Factory guys and didn't get them because I wasn't sure what to do with them! I love the things you have made!!! So CUTE---my kids would love them!