Monday, May 10, 2010

Chicken Girl release day!

maydigicollection Hello! It’s Chicken Girl release day here at IHP! I know, I know…so much excitement over the last week with the release of Mint Motif and now more Chicken Girl stamps!
Each image is $2.50 each or you can get the entire collection shown here for only $8.50!
Be sure to check out all the DT members, especially since this is the first release for our newcomers! We also have some Core IHP DT members helping us with this release too so you've got more inspiration to pull from!
Here are the links for you!

My card for today uses Gator Greetings. He’s printed on Copic Medium Weight paper and colored with Prisma pencils. I went over him with some Crackle Accents so he’d look a little scaly. If you click on the picture for a larger version you can see it a bit. The presents are covered with some Yellow Stickles. The DP is from SEI’s Happy Day collection. I used my long rectangle Nesties and finished it off with some luscious turquoise silk ribbon. Isn’t he adorable? My card measures 5-1/2” x 3-1/2” in case you’re wondering. :)
Thanks for stopping in today. Have a great week!


Loretta said...

Kate, FYI, I tried to enlarge your picture to check out your *uber* cool texture on that gator, and I was sent to Cathleen's blog instead.

I think using the crackle on that gator dude is BRILLIANT!!!

Gretchen said...

I just love this gator! He's adorable and your bright colors and the crackle are great! I see the sun is shining in your neck of the woods- it's been dreary and rainy here for the past few days! I need some sunshine!

Cathleen said...

I clicked on the picture and it enlarged for me! Hmmmmm! Anyway your card is super cute, love the layout and fab ribbon!

Laura Pryor said...

I love that you made him crackley! And I love the turquoise with the bright green!!! Supah dupah cute!

Lori said...

Love this, Kate! Using the crackle accents to texturize the gator is a fantastic idea.

Jennifer Scull said...

what a phenom idea to 'crackle' your gator! you are brilliant! and he is such a cutie, too! :)