Wednesday, June 24, 2009

You Go Girl!

Hi! Ok, this is something my 9 year old is more likely to say then me (thank goodness, I can hear you say!) but I still thought it fit this image very well!


I was being VERY lazy and decided that plugging the Cricut in and finding the right cartridge and loading the paper for one letter was just too much trouble so I cut the U out by hand. It's pretty obvious to me, now that's it all glued down and I can't really do anything about it! Oh, well! I'll know better next time!

The Details:
Stamps: Superstar - The Greeting Farm, Sentiment from You Go Girl by The Paper Company Studio
Dp: DCWV
Cardstock: SU and Neenah White
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Copics:
Skin:R00,E00,E11,R20
Hair: YR00,YR04,YR16,YR68,R81,R83,R85,RV14.RV17,E21,E25,E27,E29
Clothes: R81,R83,R85,RV14,RV17,C5,C7,C9
Misc: Silver Stickles, Brads, Pop up dots

Have a wonderful day!
:-) Traci

5 comments:

~*Joni said...

My dear Traci, you are a walking cricut! I would have never known that it was handcut if you didn't say anything! I agree about old school methods though, especially for one piece. I would rather use an old SU scallop punch quickly than to take out my nestie, plates, etc. :D
I love all the bling on this card! It's just perfect with Superstar Anya. Hope you are getting a chance to relax after your busy month!
Have a wonderful Wednesday Traci!

the whimsical butterfly said...

I LOOOOOVE her! This is amazing! All that glitters is...well, awesome! :)

Lisa Foster said...

Wow! I know I always sasy WOW when I see your creations, but you truly AMAZE me with your talent!!! This card is so adorable and FUN!!! I love visiting your blog...you are such an inspiration! Hugs, Lisa

Randi said...

Traci this is so cool!! I love the star!! And, the pink and orange (especially the hair) is awesome!

To answer your question. I mostly use Copics. But, I layer like crazy. And, lots of times, I layer totally different colors. My paper is usually completely saturated on the reverse.

Martha said...

now I want some copics for the skin.