Friday, September 14, 2012

WMSC #15 - I'm the Gingerbread Man!!


Happy Saturday!  Hope everyone made it through the hectic week.  It's time to sit back and see who won Top Mouse and check out the new Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge.  I'm off to a cross country meet today.  I'm so happy my son is getting to run varsity this meet!  He's been working really hard trying to run his way in to the top 7 at his new school.  He's excited too - I hope he runs his socks off!
Well how is this for a sketch?  This one is by Jennifer Holmes of  Simple Flourishes.  I will tell you the truth, I stared at this one a little while before I figured out that I wanted to turn those squares into little gingerbread men. If you don't feel inspired right away hop on over to the WMSC blog and check out the inspiration from the other mischief makers.  You will be sure to see something that jump starts you.  Who knows, you might even win a set of free stamps!!    I stamped them in Versafine to get a clean impression with how solid the image is.  I ran a glue stick over them and sprinkled on the sugary glitter.  I think the glue stick keeps the paper from getting too wet.

I hope you find some time to play this week.  Oh and don't forget the Waltzingmouse blog party is on the 17th!  The Theme this month is Fall - this will be a great place to show off your favorite Waltzingmouse stamps dipped in some pretty fall color, or get some fab ideas for your Thanksgiving cards!  You can get all the details here

Thanks!
Jeanne

Supplies Use:  Finished Size 5" x 7"
Stamps:  Waltzingmouse Candy Jar Christmas Fillers, Say It Loud Winter Holiday, Candy Jar Christmas
Paper:  My Mind's Eye 6x6 pad Lost and Found 2 Collection, Papertrey Ink Blush, Fine Linen, Vintage Cream, Stampers Select White, Stampin Up!  Pink Pirouette
Dies: Cheery Lynn Fionas Magic Window, Nautical Wheeler Doily, Spellbinders Labels 13
Ink:  VersaFine Vintage Sepia, Versa Magic Pixie Dust
Twinery Blossom
Silver Beads from Joann Jewelry Department
5/8" Gingham Pink Ribbon from Craft Smart Michael's
Martha Stewart Coarse Glitter

11 comments:

Marybeth said...

Love your pink gingham card , sweet! Again, love all the beautiful dies you used. This looks like a fun sketch. beautiful! So I guess your son is liking the new school! It's going to e hot here this weekend 105

Karin Åkesdotter said...

This is WONDERFUL! Absolutely adore your design - so cool and fun and so beautiful!
Hus, Karin

Deborah Frings said...

This looks so, so pretty. Love the sparkle on the gingerbread folk, the fabulous frames and the colour scheme too. Great card.

Good luck to your son!

The Paper Parade said...

What a great idea to make one of the gingerbread men pink! I love the pink gingham, and that neat die frame you used!

NanaConnie said...

Fabulous take on the sketch! Love the little gingerbread men and the pink and brown combo. Wonderful card.

Maria said...

Just gorgeous...love it!!! Sweet little gingerbread men and with one in pink...too CUTE! Love the beautiful frame adorning them, beautiful bow with beads, very lovely!!!

Lisa M said...

I could just melt...this is beyond the most adorable Christmas card!

Kim said...

What a fabulous card...love those gingerbread men and that pink gingham and pink little guy, just so darn cute. That frame is so detailed and frames your sweet little guys so perfectly!

Sharron said...

Love the pink & brown--and how sweet to have a pink ginger person! This is SO ADORABLE and the gingham paper and bow are fabby! Lots of wonderful layering and details make this really special.

JJ Bolton said...

Oh my goodness this is so adorable! (That's how I feel like at home! The only gingerbread woman in a house full of gingerbread men:)

Love the layered diecuts! They are so intricate but go together so well!

Hope you and the gang are doing well!

Helen said...

Love that you used Gingerbread men in your design rather than squares! How cute is that?! Fabulous colour combo and the sweet pink ribbon and beautiful die cut frame are out of this world ;)