I am posting the sketch a little early since it would be tomorrow afternoon before I could post it and people might want to get a jump start on it before then.
Here is the sketch for 1/7 challenge.
I don't have my pictures for this yet so I better get to lookin at pics tomorrow!!
I will put my LO in this post when I am done with it.
Here is my LO for the challenge for this sketch. I decided to use pictures from when my daughter had her wisdom teeth cut out. I think it turned out pretty good.
LAYOUT INFO -
- Title is Opposites Attract
- Tooth shapes are cut files I made
- Toothfairy I used vellum, Sharpie gold pen, metallic and bling for the crown...blush is cat eye chalk ink
- Patterned paper is My Minds Eye Glitter
- Plain paper is DCWV and Prism
- Brown fibers around the picture mats
- Inking is Tim Holtz Walnut distressed ink
Okie, I love your blog and would like to pass on a Fabulous Blog award. Please visit my blog to get details and the photo. Also, I am trying to do one scrap page a week as my NYR, love this sketch and I will definately be doing this one, thanks!ReplyDelete
Okie, where is everyone posting their lo's, I would love to look at them...ReplyDelete
where do we post the LO?...i have never done a challenge before, so i'm a newbee...i'll post in the lo section of the cricut mbReplyDelete
We have been posting them in the threads where the sketch is posted. I think I need to make a link from my blog to the thread on the board so people can find them.ReplyDelete
Too darn cute!ReplyDelete
You nailed that challenge right on the head. THis turned out great. Love the colors combo. And that tooth with the crown is awesome.ReplyDelete
Very nice!!! I love the title.. makes me wish that I didn't sell my OA.. hmmm.. I guess I'll have to get that one again.. LOL:)ReplyDelete
Anyways, love the tooth paper piecing!! Very nice!
LOVE your tooth cutfile!!! I've been looking for a tooth!! Great job on your LO---as always, you are one rockin' scrapper!ReplyDelete
Great LO! Those teeth are soo cute. Would you mind sharing your .cut file? Great Job!ReplyDelete
Marlene the .cut file for the tooth can be found by looking in the right hand column of my blog. Cut files are listed in alphabetical order.ReplyDelete