Oh Randy, My Little Flower!

Friday, April 30, 2010

Are you as happy as I am that in just a few short hours the weekend will be here?? I'm sooo looking forward to a quiet weekend at home, without any chores to do...in a Walgreen's world maybe! lol In reality, I have piles of laundry to do and a house that needs a total overhaul! Oh well, at least the sun will be out and shining down this weekend!

Today's Farm Fresh Friday challenge is an inspiration one. It's an image of a medieval/gothic looking bedroom, but for a better idea of what it looks like, you can hop on over to the TGF blog to check it out.

Now with inspiration challenges, you can use any element of the picture you like. It can be as obvious as the main focus of the image, or it could just be the feeling the image creates. I chose to go with the overall color theme of the bedroom for my card.


And since this was an medieval looking room, I thought TGF's Randy Flower digi stamp worked best with these colors. Doesn't he look all dapper looking in his top hat? Perhaps he's getting all dudded up to take Miss Ivy out to dinner?? I kept everything pretty simple this week since I think I just about overloaded myself with all the layers I've done on cards recently! And Randy as a lot going on, detail wise anyway, so it was probably a good thing to keep it simple. I added some fun zigzag stitching and some random adhesive rhinestones (just like Amy Young does on her yummy cards!)

If you're still a bit stumped for ideas, definitely check out what the Farmers did for this challenge:


Jessica Diedrich
Cindy Haffner
Kadie Ensley
Kim Nath
Mary Giles
Melyssa Connolly
Mercy Kerin
Randi Wall

And the Critter Crew:
Jami Bova
Heather Schlatter
Sparkle Smith


Thanks so much for stopping by this morning! A little later on today I have some more Etsy Friday Finds for you to oogle and drool over! ;)

Supplies
Stamps: The Greeting Farm 'Randy Flower - digi' and 'Wonderland - retired'
Inks: Sahara Sand, Soft Suede, Old Olive, Regal Rose, Ruby Red, Cranberry Crisp, Crushed Curry', Distress Inks 'Frayed Burlap, Black Soot'
Papers: Georgia Pacific, Bazzil Basics, PP - Basic Grey 'Origins Collection'
Access: Adhesive Rhinestones, Machine Stitching, Sponges, Dimensionals

8 Comments:

MicheyMoo said...

Wow Sandra, this is a gorgeous card!! I adore how you've coloured this little darling in and the card is so simple, yet totally magnificent. xx

Randi said...

Gorgeous Sandra!! How do you take such an adorable image and make it look elegant?!?! I really love this whole layout, from your DP choices to the little banner for your sentiment!! Just amazing!! Enjoy your weekend! Send me a postcard from your island of laundry...(it can't possibly be as big as mine!!)

Kelly Booth said...

Just ADORABLE and colored just Perfect!!

Michelle said...

Love him! It made me smile - he looks so sassy. Awesome card as always!

Kim Nath said...

That hat is shaded so perfectly it totally looks 3d, amazing! Oh yeah, gorgeous card too of course!

Sparkle said...

Such a darling card!

kadie said...

Fantastic take on the this sketch!!! Are you kidding me, this is AWESOME!! Perfection.

Mercy said...

sandra...this is so adorable! love the clean and simple layout, and your coloring is extraordinary!

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