Monday, May 12, 2008

CPS #64 Card Challange!

I know I know, I told you all I would never enter anything again. BUT, this prize was worth a try. Cps, is giving away a scorpal. I would really love to have one. So, what the heck I will give it a try.

Stamp:Hero arts & impression obsession

pp: Unknown

Used papier glass finish to cover the image. Added stickles to the whip cream & cherry. colored with prisma pencils and baby oil. su punch for the flower!!

***on a side note. I got a call early this morning saying the island was flooded and that I did not have to go to work. Woo Hoo, so today I got to play. I made about 4 cards so far...woo hoo***


KellyG said...

Great card... Love the detail!
Thanks for playing along at CPS.
Best of Luck!

Andi (RrlScrapGal) said...

Gorgeous card! And keep on entering the challenges regardless of the outcome, your work is beautiful!

So, about the Island... Should we be concerned???? I mean, flooding sounds serious!!!!!

Alexandra said...

This is beautiful Dawn - I love this!


Gwen said...

I LOVE this! I'm hungry and craving a sundae now just from looking at it :D

Charity Hassel said...

oh, scrumptious! great stamping and use of the cps sketch! your heart must be so full with three boys! hope you keep playing along at the cps blog!

Linda said...

OK, so you had me at the thought of CHOCOLATE!!! Yum on your card and your use of the CPS sketch!

Lisa H. said...

well I'm glad you gave it a try,this is so pretty. love how you did the glass ice cream dish and your color combo looks great!

Lea L. said...

This looks scrumptious!! Great job with sketch 64...thanks for participating this week! Good luck with the contest!


liannallama said...

awesome card! I love the colors and the PP. What wonderful touches you added too!

SentimentsbyDenise said...

What a yummy looking card! You did a great job with this - all that detail is fabulous!


CeeCee said...

Love what you did with the ice cream glass. Very nice card!

Thank you card!

This is a super quick and easy card today.  I love how The megaphone comes out of the paper.