Monday, March 12, 2012

Therapy helps...

I was surfing free digital stamps yesterday morning and came across this sentiment from Ginger's House. As soon as I saw it I knew it would be perfect for my sister's birthday card. I changed the font and separated it, the sentiment is so her, lol! Now I just have to NOT lose the card before her birthday. 
 Here's a closer look at the fantastic sentiment.   
I did a light brown colour for the steam (instead of gray) and then "erased" it with blender pen. It turned out ok but I'll probaby go back to the gray.

I've entered this into:
Catch the Bug: Show us your humour
The Paper Shelter: anything goes
Scrapalicious USA: anything goes

Stamps: Art Impressions Mini Maude, stampin up basic backgrounds,  computer sentiment
Paper: taken with teal, whisper white, regal rose
Ink: regal rose
Other: prisma markers, stampin up design and modern label punch, spellbinders deckle rectangle, starburst embossing folder, crimper, ribbon, pearls, EK success border punch 


  1. OI--miten hauska :)
    Kiitos osallistumisesta !

  2. LOL!!! This is so cute Dawn!! Love your colors and card design!! HUGS

  3. LOL! This is so cute and funny Dawn. I love your card layout too!

  4.'s been a tough day and I really needed a good laugh and you rose to the occasion with this card!!!! Super!!!

  5. Hilarious Dawn, love the sentiment, love how you coloured her slippers and the great embossed background. What a great card!

  6. This is hilarious. Love the image but the sentiment is the best. I don't get a chance to use obscenties often enough.Thanks for shareing with us at Bugaboo this week.

  7. awesome card! love the sentiment! thanks for playing this weeks Bugaboo challenge at catch the bug!

  8. Oh wow! Thanks so much for the belly laugh! :)) So glad that you found the time to share your creativity and talent at Catch the Bug with our STELLA SAYS SKETCH challenge! :) We hope to see you again soon!

    Scrappy - Bugaboo Stamps DT

  9. Dawn, this is so darn funny. LOVE the sentiment and the image is a killer.