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Sunday, April 17, 2011

The Corrosive Challenge #112 - Home Sweet Home

TGIS! (Yes, I am making up my own acronyms!) Thank goodness it's Sunday! It's been a busy week, and having to work for the second Saturday in a row this month has cut into my crafty time! I am looking forward to a day of just relaxing, playing with my son, and card making. The small man and I also have brunch planned with my dad and one of my brothers.

But first, before we can go off and indulge in pancakes and bacon, I must tell you about this week's Corrosive Challenge! Home Sweet Home is the theme of challenge #112. To me, the center of any home is the kitchen. It's where delicious meals and yummy treats are prepared with love, and where family and friends gather to share good food and quality time together. That's why I chose Mo Manning's Vintage Stove as my image for this card. If you haven't checked out Mo's blog over at Mo's Digital Pencil Too, you should! You can shop all her adorable images here. My layout is sketch #28 from Sketches by Carly. Did I mention that Carly is just 12 years old?! Amazing, isn't she?! Her sketches are fantastic, and once a month they have a generous sponsor who provides a prize. This week is a "just for fun" week, and I was happy to play along because I love the sketch!

Speaking of sponsors, our sponsor over at The Corrosive Challenge this month is Bugaboo Stamps. If you complete all the challenges this month you are eligible to win the wonderful prize they have provided, which is 7 digi stamps! You can see their cute and funny images here.

Thanks for visiting my blog, and enjoy your day!

Card Supplies
Images: Vintage Stove (Mo's Digital Pencil)
Ink: printer; Prismacolor Art Markers (169, 194, 131, 192, 198, 156, 161)
Paper: Barely Banana, Ruby Red, Not Quite Navy, and Certainly Celery card stock (Stampin' Up); white card stock (Georgia Pacific); So Delish - Everything but the Kitchen Sink designer paper (TPC Studio)
Accessories: Classic and Lacy Squares Nestabilities (Spellbinders); Word Window punch (Stampin' Up); Die-namics Jumbo Scallop die (My Favorite Things); Maraschino baker's twine (The Twinery); Modern Avalanche buttons (Bazzill Basics); glue dots; 3D dots


Unknown said...

Regan...What a cute image. It brought back memories(green stove).lol I love the papers and all the little bows.
Love it.

Paper Bagley said...

this is adorable...this is my first and not last to submit with Carly, what a inspiration she is for me and my 5 yr. old grand daughter. Thanks for sharing...Tootsie

Janet said...

this is awesome! i love the bows!!

Imke said...

Hi Regan, your card looks fabulous. It looks like we had the same idea to use a cook image ?! I like your layout, the DP fits perfect and the little twine bows looks very nice.

Kristine said...

Hi there! =) THat is soo CUTE!! Love the red/white twine you used in your buttons and off to the side. Cute image and sentiment too! Oh Carly will be so thrilled you played along in her sketch =) I think this one was a pretty easy (and cute) one to play with. THANK YOU!!!

(Carly's mama)

Brenda said...

oh my gosh I love this!! it is just fabulous!!!

Carly said...

I love the red and white twine:) Thanks for sharing.