It's Thursday, which means a new challenge at the Creative Cutter Room. This week's challenge brings a card, but also a tip I learned. It sure is helpful when to get a suggestion before finding out the hard way. It sure does help save paper sometimes too. : )
As I browse thru my crafty friend's sites on a regular basis and see all the amazing shape cards, I do get a bit envious. I typically stick with my rectangular shape card base. For some reason, I just love the straight lines. For this challenge I wanted to use Elegant Edges (that would mean I would need to use my Gypsy to weld and that doesn't happen...not yet!) or Birthday Bash since the shapes are already done. Instead, I chose something completely...different (maybe even a little odd).
I went with this MONSTER CAT. It took me some time to get use to looking at him, but he has finally grown on me.
Here is my tip...use heavy duty card stock to cut the body. Mine is a bit flimsy and he looks like a bobble head. Learning lesson there!
Theme: Shape Card
Create a new card using a shape no squares no rectangles!
Here is my project:
Mini Monsters cartridge
gray, black, white, and pink cardstock
My Mind's Eye ~Stella and Rose paper stack
Are you ready to create a shape card now?
Submit your new project for a chance to win a prize!
Two Acrylic Stamp Sets....One pictured above and the other a Surprise!
Challenge Starts today February 23 and runs until March 7, 2012.
Follow the rules then submit your new project over at the Creative Cutter Room!
Only entries that fit the challenge guidelines will be entered to win the prize!
Some Rules to keep in mind while playing along:
Project submissions must be new, no back linking
CCR must be mentioned in the description with a link back to here
Entry must fit theme to be qualified for the prize
Prize must be claimed within 2 weeks
Please link your project posting not just your blog
Looking forward to seeing your creations!
I love your bobble headed cat :0) It looks great with the black shadow.ReplyDelete
this is so adorable! love that kitty!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!!
Love you cat!! Those eyes are great!! :)ReplyDelete
This is so awesome. I just love it. Great colors.ReplyDelete
Love your Monster Cat with the bobble head!ReplyDelete
Great job G!
I think he's pretty cute Georgiana! I love the gray patterns you used.ReplyDelete
You gave me a good laugh at work today, G while I was having lunch! You couldn't just go with a simple circle shape card?!? Your monster cat is monster-iffic! Very cute. But your story was hilarious! Oh, on my kitty card, I didn't hide the bird on the stamp; I just didn't ink that part. It was large enough that I was able to ink all around it.--patReplyDelete
This is an awesome card....the cat is so fun! Great job on the challenge. TFS CathieReplyDelete
Love the eyes!! Cute card!!ReplyDelete
cute shape card.love the pattern paper for cat.i love this cart used it for my sons birthday decor.tfsReplyDelete
Really cute & fun card and shape! :)AmyReplyDelete
Great card! It's such a fun shape! I am big into monsters lately :) Love it!ReplyDelete
Great card Georgiana! I think he looks AWESOME!!! What a clever shape ;DReplyDelete
Georgiana what a fabulous Kitty and from Mini Monsters! Love the papers you used! KarenReplyDelete
Super fun Monster Kitty G! I think its adorable!ReplyDelete
This is super adorable....ReplyDelete
Great shaped card:) Your monster cat is adorable!ReplyDelete
I love that cat, great chape card.
LOL! this is great! reminds me of my own cat.ReplyDelete
I am following you now under Mr Linky. I noticed my picture doesn't show up but when I click view all- I am there. Strange?ReplyDelete
I also wanted to let you know that I have a little something for you on my blog as well if you get chance! :)AmyReplyDelete
Thanks for commenting on my blog - much appreciated. I will pop on over to the Die cutting divas shortly - thanks for pointing me in that direction xReplyDelete
How Adorable:) Great tip too:)ReplyDelete
Your kitty is so precious, oh but you say he's a monster so I hope I can leave with all my fingers intact. I didn't realize that was a shaped card at first. That really rocks! I'm with you, I'm not really into shapes myself. This one is too cute though!ReplyDelete