Wednesday, February 25, 2009

TCP Tuesday on Wednesday!

So, I'm a day late on posting my TCP Tuesday challenge but better late than never! I really had a blast making this card. This week's Hostess is none other than Carole! I love that lady!! I decided to use Mr. Pete the dragon for the sketch challenge. I colored him in with my Copics and added some glitter on the flaming heart. This cute little dragon will be part of the set that will be released this Friday. The patterned paper is from Cosmo Cricket "Honey Pie" collection. I framed him with my oval nesties and added some dots on the scallops with my white gel pen. The heart eyelets are from Zva Creative. I love them!! Well, that's all for today but tomorrow brings more TCP sneak peeks! But, if you want to enter the TCP challenge first here are all the details you need to know.
1. Each a week one of The Cat’s Pajamas DT members will host a challenge.
2. The challenges will vary {stamp, color, theme, sketch, etc.}
3. You will have until {this} Saturday night to complete the challenge.
4. Link your project on this week’s hostess’ challenge announcement. This week you will link your project HERE.
5. TCP stamps are not required, but of course, highly encouraged. {Unless it is a challenge calling for a specific stamp}
6. There will be one winner each month. They will be deemed that month’s Swankiest Stamper and get $25 in Cat’s Cash {money to spend on the TCP site!}.
7. When uploading to SCS or PCP, please use the keyword TCPTUES47 for this challenge.
8. Alma (that's me) will post the entries from the week the following Monday on her blog.
9. The newly crowned Swanky Stamper will be announced on the First of the Month and have his/her winning entry posted on The Cat’s Pajamas website where he/she will reign for the entire month


{pam} said...

awwwwwwwwww . . . that dragon is tooooo cute! love the cross-stitched looking of the dp! you totally rocked this sketch!

Ifat Art said...

Super sweet card!
I love the colors and the cute little dragon.

Thanks for sharing!