Sunday, March 4, 2012

Girly girls vs. Green and Black

Second post of the day...
Had a surprise call from my friend Lisa today and we enjoyed some lunch at Cozymels.  (My fave Mexican go to place).  I spent the morning at Blick's art supply and Michaels.  Other than that, I was enjoying quiet time at my craft corner; and here's what I got for ya:

Dilly Beans: GREEN and BLACK
Froggy stamp from Modes4u
Sentiment by teegs scrap n cards
I have this cool little stamp from Modes4u which I stamped on cardstock; I then scanned the image and resized on my computer.  This cute froggy trio was colored with Prismacolor markers; I used my butterfly border punch from Martha Steward and added a green and black ribbon from my stash.
Cute Japanese girl from Pixie Dust Studio
DP by CoCoMiMiLuLu
I'm back again this week for Just Some Lines!  I was so happy when I found out I won last week's challenge.  Thanks to everyone over at JSL!  Jehanne's digistamps are SO AWESOME!!!  When I saw this week's theme, I knew right away which digi I wanted to use :)  I colored her with my Prismacolor markers and added some punched out butterflies.

Well, that's all I really have energy for today.  Gonna go make some tea and chill for a bit.  By the way, I'm trying out a new posting format that I learned from Jenn.  It really helps me consolidate if I'm joining more than one challenge :)

Ciao for now!
Mary xoxo


  1. Fantastic creations, both of them! Thanks for joining us at Dilly Beans and Just Some Lines and congrats on your win! :) xoxo

  2. amazing creations...thanks for sharing at just some lines


  3. Such a sweet image and card. Thanks for sharing at Just Some Lines.

  4. You are certainly showing your green! Excellent projects! We are so glad to have you join us at Dilly Beans Challenges! Happy Crafting - MelissaO

  5. Okay now those frogs are just strange frogs. How green is your card. Thanks for playing along with us at Dilly Beans this week.

  6. Adorable! Both of them! Love your work and thanks for joining us at Dilly Beans. (Mexican, YUM!) xxD


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Mary xoxo