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Saturday, May 24, 2008

6in1 HB Mr. Sealife Double Pocket Bag

Oh Wow I have to tell you about last night. I started pm's with a SCS several months ago and found that she along with 3 other co-workers did this annual "STAMP RETREAT TO THE BEACH" and would be coming near me in May. So plans set up and followed through last night. We meet at Austin's Cattle Club in Valdosta for a mea then shopping. You can not get 6 stampers together without scoping out the scrapbook/craft stores. LOL. We hit Michaels and Hobby Lobby both. We all had such a wonderful time. Sad news is I forgot my camera, then on the way home the lights came on that my cell phone has a camera. :( . Oh well I have my memories and we discussed the possibility of meeting in Macon one weekend for a short get together so I will make sure I am prepared next time, unless I forget! OK onto today's project.
I just can not make enough of these kewl bags. I love them and so in an attempt to remain "Queen" I have all 6 challenges for this week in this little bag. Today's INSPIRATION CHALLENGE (love the greens].Friday's LIMITED SUPPLY CHALLENGE - Trade off Hardware for Stamps.Thursday's WAYS TO USE IT - Masculine.Wednesday's SKETCH CHALLENGE.Tuesday's COLOR CHALLENGE.Monday's TECHNIQUE LOVERS CHALLENGE - Double Pocket Bag. The image is stamped with my new Archival Black pad (love it) then colored with certainly celery and bashbful blue SU markers. I matted that on Night of Navy CS then stamped the sentiment from CTMH Happy Birthday on celery in NON. I stamped the hinges from Cornish Heritage Farms in versa mark and applied ranger Black detail EP, heat set and cut them out.
Stamps: H&M Sealife, CTMH Happy Birthday, CHF Hinges
Paper: Night of Navy, Certainly Celery, White, Memory Box dp
Ink: Certainly celery, night of navy, black archival
Accessories: ribbon, Ranger Black Detail Embossing Powder, heat gun, versamark
Techniques: Double Pocket Card, Heat Embossing

1 comment:

Shannon Erskine said...

super cute bag! love the turtle image! very creative using the hinges for the no hardware challenge!