Sunday, March 15, 2009

Dreamgirls Challenge #24

Good afternoon everyone! I am on my way to Canada for a couple of days, but we are waiting to connect to our next flight, so I thought I would quickly post my card I did for the Dreamgirls Challenge#24.

Our prompt this time was "If I were a rich girl", using green and bling.....I had no problem with using green and bling, but the title was causing me a little difficulty. But than I thought, I could make a fun card and use my little Three "Who"lagins stamp and just make them speak my title...how fun is that? I really love these little guys, they just crack me up everytime I look at them. So here is my card and I hope you like it. (Click on picture to see it larger, if you like)

Supplies used on this card:

Cardstock: Bazill and The Paper Company
Patterned Paper: Basic Grey
Stamp: Unity Stamps Co.
Embossing folder: Cuttlebug D'vine Swirls
Flowers: Prima
Decorative Scissors
Koh-I-Noor pencils with baby oil for coloring the image
Rick Rack trim by Making Memories
Jute from my stash
Bling: Darice
Stickes: Diamond Glaze

Well, hope you like it and don't forget to look out the other ladies amazingly gorgeous work. WOW, they totally rocked this challenge, so hop on over to the Dreamgirls blog!

Have a fabulous Sunday!
Love much!
Eva

8 comments :

Tina said...

LOL! So cute, Eva!

jaylynn said...

Your cards are Amazing!!!! Thank you for the comment on my Lo :) It was a fun challenge.

Shirley said...

Those little owls are too fun! This is an adorable card and perfect for the challenge!

Cassie said...

eva - this is really cute! i can just imagine all the funny things you could put in the inside of the card

Sue said...

So gorgeous Eva, really beautiful I love it

xx Sue

Heidi Van Laar said...

Darling Eva! Those little guys are just so adorable!

(-: Heidi

Michelle aka Otomon said...

Awww....these little guys are so cute!!

Sophia said...

You certainly rocked this challenge and it's amazing how you made it into a card!

It's soooo cute!

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