Tuesday, July 31, 2007


I got this e-mail a few days ago, and these were in it.
Artist unkown.
All the pics in this and the next few posts are done in scotch tape.
I can't even imagine the time or the talent it took to do one of these, never mind all of them.
Sit back and enjoy the imagination of one talented person.

Try parking here, and then can't pay the meter.
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What would you do?

What would you do if you saw these guys in a tunnel as you drove by?

or these sitting there?

OR this in your park?
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4 more

These are too cute.

What an imagination , eh?

oooooh!!!!!!!!!! LOL

LOL, What can you say about this one? Just .... well...... DARN CUTE.
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And last ones

I was just amazed by these.

Hope you liked them as much as I did.
Have a great week all.
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Sunday, July 29, 2007

My first Waterfall Card

Well sir, Let me tell you, I tried to do this method on a card for a LOOOOONNNNGGGG time now......... and I finally got it. AND it really slides too.
BIG SIGH!!!!!!

When the tab in pulled fully out, it reads.
Great Hattitude.

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Sunday, July 22, 2007

A few cards

So as you see I was not totally idle even though I was not blogging.
I've done quite a few cards, and drawings.
These and the few in the post below are not all the cards, but I will post those and the drawings soon.

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More cards

Just a few cards.
Trying to get a head start on all the rest of the Birthdays this year, and I've
even started to do some Christmas cards which I'll post some time soon.
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Small but cute

I was making some cards the other day, and in the process of looking for some ribbon I came across these babies.
I made them I believe, last summer, or this past winter and totally forgot about them or where I got the idea from now.

But are they cute or what?

What are they you ask?
Well you use doublesided tape and put wrapped Chocolates, Like those small Hershy bars
(they fit purrrrr-fect) or candies in them, and attatch to gifts,
OR whatever you like.
They were so much fun to do, as I got to use up a lot of my scrap ribbons and cardstock. I even used some leftover punch cutouts (I had saved for whatever), some wall paper, and some stickers.

I was so cited, I Just thought I'd share them with you.
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Saturday, July 21, 2007

Prisma Color markers

After a bit of an absence I thought I would at least try to get a bit caught up on my blog.

I did this clown all in my new Prisma ink markers. I collect clowns and thought I'd try drawing one.
The original clown I attempted was a bust, it's so cute, but all bent over in a very awkward pose hiding a loaf of bread. to get the full effect (OH CHICKEN ME, would have had to do it in TWO or THREE different angles to see it all).
Aside from the yellow jelly roll pen, it's all ink, so there are a few blips in there that try as I might to fix them, I was only making them worst so I decided to leave it as it is.
This little birdie was not really there, but this pose begged for something, so there you have it.

Hope you like my little "Lucy clown", LOL........Yes I have names for almost all of them.

Have a great weekend all.
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Thursday, July 05, 2007

My first ink and wc sketches

Whew.......... I was so nervous doing these sketches. It's the first ones I've done useing no pencil at all.
I still have to practise my shading and blending,but overall
I'm tickled pink. NO PENCIL!!!!
Woooo Hoooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

EDM #89

I tried to get this right and I only like the leather one and the very bottom black and white one.

I redid it, well started to it anyway, with less buttons this time. These ones are leather, wood and plastic.
Will post it when I get around to finishing it.
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Monday, July 02, 2007

EDM #16

Challenge sixteen was to do a fave tool, and although I really don't have one I did think this was quite a hoot. Us poor women get razzed all the time for our machanical skills all the time, and this was sent to me by a male co-worker.
I have worked in a plant that makes car parts for the last 17 yrs, and I run and fix all m/c problems except anything to do with electrical.
The fella that sent this was the lead setup for my area, and knows how well I can fix my own problems with the m/c, but he used to get so annoyed with some of the ladies there who's sole purpose was to look good at all costs, and wait content in the knowledge that Dear Paul would be there at any moment to fix that dirty m/c's (2 second problem).
Did I say annoyed?....... well I meant something quite stronger. LOL
He used to say "I wonder how they's do if I gave them a knife and a shoe"

Where he found this I don't know, but I thought it would be funny to include it in this challenge.

From Danny's tool box.
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A few more

On this one I used one of my Cuttlebug folders.

Finally useing up some of my designer papers, waa waa.

One of my new stamps by rubber romance.
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