Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Pretties New Technique!

Today is Wednesday, which means its Paper Pretties Design Team Challenge time! This week I get to share with you what I created for Jana's challenge to try out a new technique. I was totally unsure what technique to try out and I decided I wanted to construct something, so after looking around I decided to create my very own Gable Box! I have stamped on the already cut out ones, but never started from scratch so I thought that this would be the perfect chance to do so. I also wanted to use the new stamp set Right On Par since Father's Day isn't too far away. I love how cool and collective Luke looks in this set, and the sentiments that are included are just perfect! I love this paper and when I was searching though my DP stash, I thought it would go perfectly with Luke, what do you think? I hope you like today's creation be sure to make your way to the other Pretties Girl's blogs to see what new techniques they tried out!
Oh, and guess what?! This is my 500th post! I have no idea how I already created that many posts but I am thrilled about it, in celebration I have changed my profile photo and I will be attempting to add my hit counter back, there was some errors with it before but I plan on trying again! I was also thinking about possibly offering some blog candy, check back this weekend some time to see whats to come!
Stamps: Right on Par from Paper Pretties; Paper: Whisper White, Dark Chocolate, Ripe Avocado, Paper Salon Tibeca - Large Squares; Ink: E00 Skin White, E31 Brick Beige, E57 Light Walnut, N1 Neutral No. 1, YG63 Pea Green; Accessories: May Arts Ribbon, Sticky Strip, Mega Mavry Oval Punch

5 comments:

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

SO awesome Jackie!! LOVE this box and the colors and papers you used are PERFECT with Luke!!

StampOwl said...

love it

Gael said...

Great project, Jackie! I really like the dp colors - perfect for Fathers' Day!!

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Absolutely adorable, Jackie!

Jana Weaver said...

LOVE the box Jackie, really great job!!

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