Friday, February 25, 2011

Virtual Stamp Weekend at Splitcoast!

Wedding Song card

Every hour on the hour, there was  a new challenge posted.  Here they are in reverse order because I can't make Blogger behave.

Card 5 10:00 ... A card with a lady in red to celebrate heart health.  I have GOT to get to bed now, as I am hoping to do a 2 mile run tomorrow at ... ugh ... 8 AM!!!

Card 4  9:00   A card with 2 or more techniques:  marker tapping for the rain, gray shadowing around the frog, and blender pen warts!

Card 3   8:00 PM  --- Song bird ... I love this image and copic colored it.

Sketch Card
Card 2   7:00 PM--- based on your wedding song???  We didn't have a wedding song, only a small wedding after college, we were both pretty broke, a nice dinner after and that was it ... but I loved the song Cherish by the Association, I remember arguing that it was a pretty song even though it was mostly one note on the piano which made it very easy to play ...This will be my card for our 40th Wedding Anniversary in June.

 Challenge number one - 6:00 PM - was a sketch, in the shape of a heart and its 4 chambers. With the image of blood pumping in my mind, I switched to water pumping through an aquarium and made this get well cod. Yup ... it says cod. Although there are really 4 cod. Cods?  Goldfish!


  1. Wonderful Cods, perfesser! You have such a sense of humor and I needed a bit of it tonight.
    Really like the anniversary card and that you'd do it all over again. Says a lot about those 40 years.

  2. Wow.

    I've looked at all three posts full of cards, and am amazed that you were able to keep it up all day long. These came out really well, too!

  3. YAY! I'm so glad you got to do the challenges. I had to stop tonight but I'll finish tomorrow - it's SO fun!!!

  4. I love the fish card, Cat! (I'm a huge fish person...) It came out perfectly. Your coloring on all your cards is fantastic. I especially like your frog hanging on to the flower with the 2 techniques.


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