Monday, March 24, 2008

My Hero!! RBC02

Man the days are just flying by. Sorry I haven't posted in awhile, but my family and I went camping for 5 glorious days. We had gorgeous weather and plenty of wildlife to keep us entertained. Now, it's back to stamping again!!

It's time once again to do a Rubbernecker Blogger Challenge hosted by Jeanne S. If you're interested, just link your Rubbernecker or Stamp Oasis project to Jeanne's Blog Inky Paws.

***No Blog? That’s OK too! Just link your project from any online gallery!!!

Rules, past challenges and blog button can be found –>HERE

All qualifying entries will be entered into a monthly drawing for

a $25 Rubber Bucks Certificate from Rubbernecker Stamp Co.

This week’s Challenge - Make a card using these colors:

Tan (or light brown), Red, Light Blue


Check out these cards by some fabulous Rubbernecker Design Team members!!

Sherry, Broni, Candy, Shelly, Jeanne



Meet Quentin!! He is one tough Cowboy with a soft heart. Isn't he just the sweetest? You can find him in the Rubbernecker Little Lovin's Kids section. I stamped him with Versafine Black Onyx and watercolored with my color pencils, and ink distressed the edges with Ranger Walnut Distress Ink. The stars and charm are from my good friend Frances!! Thanks a bunch Hoots.



Supplies:
Stamps - Rubbernecker - Quentin, Hero Text
Paper - SU Choc. Chip, Creamy Caramel, Watercolor, Memory Box Flirt
Ink - Versafine Black Onyx, Ranger Walnut Distress Ink
Accessories - Stars(Print Blocks Paper Studs), Charm (Karen Foster Designs), Wide Gingham ribbon, hole punch, Oval Nestabilities, Watercolor Pencils, blending pen, Distressing tool, twine

6 comments:

Candy said...

Oh this is so cute Tosh, awesome coloring!!

broni (waterchild12) said...

Aw! He's so cute Tosh!!

Kittie said...

Hey Tosh, we were on the same wave length! This is darling and great coloring.

Anonymous said...

Well, ain't he just the cutest thang?!!
hehe
Starla

leenda said...

Adorable!

wendy said...

He's adorable!!!

 
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