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Tuesday, June 01, 2010

TBD Challenge #5

Happy Tuesday and it's another day for an awesom challenge from The Burtonesque Dolls. Our sponsor for this week is from Tiddly Inks. She has the most amazing stamps that it makes me want to have all of them. The stamp I used is called Drama Queen. Isn't she just sooo cool. For this week's challenge we are using Sleepy Hollow for our inspiration. Your challenge is to create a card or project using Sleepy Hollow-ish scenery. Think funky trees, pumpkins and elements and put your herion in that scene. There is a fabo prize from Tiddly Inks. And make sure you hop over and check out the new designs. Especially from her Gothic Cute Line. They are just way awesom....I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with from this challenge.....
here's what I came up with for the challenge. And here's my herion, Drama Queen. I actually used her dress as a form of the pumpin. Doesn't it look like one? My background is actually from Van Gogh. I purchased a cd from Dover and this was one of his sketches. I thought with the funky trees it fit perfectly in with the theme this week.........well that's all I have...I hope that you will join us this week at The Burtonesques Blog....hugs from Charm City....

8 comments:

Jackie Thomas said...

OMG Nancy. Where do I begin. Everywhere I look I see something amazing. Stunning work yet again. hugs Jackie

Debbie Pamment said...

NANCY NANCY NANCY - this is just magical! LoVe the idea of the pumpkin skirt - and your background and details - WOW Girl - stunning!
xXx

Michelle said...

I saw this yesterday and just about died. It's totally amazing and so perfect! I love all the embellies and the way they all fit together perfectly to tell the story. Absolutely stunning!

Nicole said...

Lot's of drama going on here and the sepia tones are so perfect! We both went for busy cards I see. It really is stunning Nancy!

Christy/Tiddly Inks Digitals said...

I didn't every think of her dress as a pumpkin, but hey, that is perfect! LOL I will now. :)
This is a great card...so many details. :)

Gina L said...

You know what, Nancy? You need to knock off this crap, woman. Every single card of yours makes me overwhelmed with awe. You include so much detail; it's amazing to see each and every card you make. Knock that off, because my eyes get tired picking out each little thing to see! LOL. Gina

DonnaMundinger said...

Wow Nancy! This is as cool as can be! What a PERFECT background for this spooky scene. LOVE it! xxD

Eulanda said...

I liked what you did with that background pic. Very clever idea. And my DH picked this as one of his favorites. hee hee
Hugs!