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Today is another beautiful Sunday in the neighborhood although it's hotter than the dickens. We had a nice, brief rain shower this morning, but now the humidity has picked up again. Doesn't do much for the hair, so baseball cap it is today. I am so excited about today's project. When I joined Kristal over at Getting Cricky to be on her design team I never imagined I'd be having this much fun!!! She is truly a remarkable woman. She is strong, funny, generous and most of all, she is very inspiring. As you all know she came out with her own stamp line and I have every stamp set so far. The best part of owning her stamps is that I know that every time I purchase a stamp set from her $1 will go to benefit a well deserved charity. Also, all her stamp sets are made right here in the good old USA...gotta love that. This ensures all product materials are safe and that jobs are being provided and maintained here in America.
Today all the girls will be featuring the "Food for Thought" stamp set. Now, I must confess that when I got her "Food for Thought" stamp set, I wasn't quite sure about it. You see, the thought behind them where for lunchbox notes. Now, my youngest will be starting middle school and doesn't take his lunch to school. He thinks his mom is corny enough and sending a lunchbox note with him would just give me the *eye roll* and a "REALLY, mom???" So I was a bit concerned, but alas, my brain went into overdrive and this is what I made. Now, remember how I said in a previous post that "thank you" is somewhat over used...how about saying "Hot Dog, you are awesome" Combining the Food for Thought and the Amazing You stamp sets.
The background paper is from Diane's Daughter
(it kinda reminded me of picnic paper or good for a manly card)
The rest of the cuts are scrap paper
and all the edges were inked
The hot dog and bun is by CuttingUpDesigns
I used green stickles for "relish"
and yes, it's a wobble
but it look so much better in person. Maybe I will do a video ...
do you want one?
Now I hope you hop over to Getting Cricky and check out what the design team has put together and then challenge yourself to make something with Food...hahaha, just don't burn down the kitchen.
Remember, there is still time to comment on the Getting Cricky Blog hop "Run for the Fallen" for a chance to win the "Freedom isn't Free" stamp set here
Oh and before I forget, I have a winner for the "Being Featured on Getting Cricky". If you missed the post you can go back here to see what I had made. The winner is:
Your card is so cute! The wobble just adds that extra touch. Thanks so much for the video showing how to make wobbles; it's very helpful and I feel I'm equipped to try wobbles now. Thanks also for the chance to win such a fun stamp set.
A video would be awesome so we can see it better. Buy it is still adorable as a picture! Thanks for sharing. Working on my getting cricky Sunday challenge right nowReplyDelete
Hi Brenda, what a cute project. Great job! ~ShenReplyDelete
With your hot dog and my hamburger, we could open up a shop!! hee hee :) Love this and LOVE the wobble!! If you make a video, you know I'll watch it!! :)ReplyDelete
Your GCDT Sister,
Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com
Brenda, I can't believe how cute this card is!!!ReplyDelete
Brenda, your card is so cute! TFS!ReplyDelete
Great job girlfriend, I love this hot dog. What a great idea, I have never made a hot dog. You rocked this one for sure. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Kathy - Getting Cricky DTM – Sister
This card is adorable! I love the Stickles relish. Great idea!ReplyDelete
This card is so cute. Haven't made a food card yet...have to think about that one.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the inspiration.
Great card Brenda! I love your hotdog toppings. I had so much fun creating for the getting cricky blog this week. So happy to be featured with you!ReplyDelete
Getting Cricky Guest Designer
Brenda such a cute and yummy cardReplyDelete
Looks so good, I would love to see a video of the Hot Dog Wobble,ReplyDelete
This is absolutely adorable, Brenda! The hot dog looks so real and I LOVE the relish - so creative! I love videos so I'd love to see one! :)ReplyDelete
This card is so adorable! The inking looks great! I love that used green stickles for relish and that the hot dog is on a wobble! So cute! I'm a new follower.ReplyDelete
This card looks super yummy. The green stickles relish is just the perfect touch. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete