Friday, March 5, 2010

You Gotta Kiss a Few Frogs


Meet Lillith. I believe she may have kissed a frog or two, she just looks a little too comfortable with that froggie on her head. I get a kick out of this whacky girl, between her crossed eyes, outrageous dress and that frog on her head, well I'm just amused. I've kissed my pet cats and dogs, but I never kissed a frog and I don't think that even the chance of a prince being inside could get me to do it.

I started this card for a color challenge but didn't finish it. But this week Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge #19 is buttons and bows and the Papertake Weekly challenge is Button, Bows, Brads and Bling so I had to go find this and finish it off.

I'll bet most of you reading are stampers and it won't surprise you that when I'm coloring these images in I am completely absorbed by it. In fact there's little else I'd rather be doing. I used my copics to color in the image. It's stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black on Georgia Pacific card stock. I distressed all the edges and sponged them with Ranger Scattered Straw. The mat is DCWV card stock and the dp is K & Company "Life's Journey" pad. The punch used on the inside is EK Success Fleur De Lis.
That little frog on inside came with Lillith. It's too dang cute, ain't it?
Don't forget to click on the pink ribbon before you leave.

6 comments:

  1. LOL! Love her :) And I love all the distressing!

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  2. You are right, that girl has a look about her!! :) Thank you for the goodies!!
    jenni

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  3. AWESOME and FABULOUS Chris, love the shabby chic look.

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  4. She looks like a little trouble-maker! Great card - love the distressing, it works wonderfully on this card! Love what you did with the ribbon too!

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  5. Lovely job on this. Thank you for playing along with the Papertake Weekly challenge.

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  6. this is amazing- your coloring is fantastic & we all need a tutorial for that amazing ribbon & bow! the distressing is just incredible too!

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