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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Can you believe this sentiment is a Studio G $1 brand from Michaels!? I always check the $1 bins at Michaels just in case they've actually updated their stock and I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw this set staring back at me!! It has other words in it that play around the same rock star theme. So you know I had to go home with it!

Hopefully I'm not boring you all to tears with my Anya cards of late. I'm just having sooo much fun coloring her that I can't quite stop! :D Imagine what I'd be like with some of Anya's beau, Ian. He's being released on Nov. 1st by Pink Poison, and I think I may just have to get him too!

So my very dear and funny friend Karen, who I might add, doesn't blog NEARLY enough, challenged me the other day to create a black and white only card. The last black and white card I attempted, I tried making my own background paper with stamps....didn't work out so well and I was afraid this challenge would go the same way. But, it's amazing what you can do with some patterned paper, glitter and some bling! :D

I know, I did break the rules a bit with the color on Anya's face, but I'm sorry Karen - I can't turn Anya into Marilyn Manson - it's just not right! LOL

Speaking of cute little pixies (Anya, not Marilyn!), yesterday was 'Tinkerbell Day' at our house. Disney released the new Tinkerbell movie yesterday and I have to tell you - it's the cutest little movie!! If you have a daughter, granddaughter or if you just want to get it for your collection - I highly recommend it!


Stamps: Pink Poison/Splendid Little Company 'Rockstar Anya', Studio G $1 from Michaels
Inks: Creamy Caramel, Distress Inks 'Black Soot'
Paper: Bazzil cs, Georgia Pacific cs, PP - Deja Views 'Botanical' (from Michaels)
Access: Ribbon, Martha Stewart glitter, Michaels bling, circle punch, dimensionals, stickles


kadie said...

I love it!! Anya does B&W so well (with a little help from Sandra, of course)!!

karen said...

Oh Sandra! Its so cuuute!
I love it (when have I NOT loved your cards!?)

Glad I could do my little part to challenge you! Not that I thought for a minute you wouldn't come up with something just fantastic!

Mason she definately is NOT!


Mary Giles said...

She turned out fabulous, edgey and cute at the same time. I love the glitter hints on the card.

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