Monday, September 28, 2009

A Cute Troop Bridging Ceremony

Hi! I am so late today!! I actually had this card ready last night and went to have it auto post but when I was looking at the photo I had taken of the card I realized a few pieces of the tape backing for the pop up dots had stuck to my card with static cling and I didn't notice it when I took the picture! (Whew! That was a looong sentence!) Anyway, I had no light to take the picture by at that time of the night so I had to re-take it this morning.

My daughter's brownie troop had their Bridging Ceremony this past weekend so I thought I would make a card that showed my daughter being a Brownie and then being a Junior Girl Scout (yep, she has those pink streaks in her hair! I was shocked when my DH said "yes" when she asked for them!) I am going to let her send this to her PaPa along with some pictures from the ceremony. I have not had a chance to get the inverted scallop circles from Nestabilies (they are on my HUGE wishlist!) but I got this great idea from Sandra at Paper Funtastics to use my scallop scissors upside down for the same effect!

Other Details:
Stamps: Cute Troop - The Greeting Farm
Paper: K& Co, So Saffron, Taken With Teal - SU, PTI White
Copics:
Skin: R00, E00,E11,R20
Hair:E40,E43,E44,E47, RV14,RV17,RV19
Uniforms: E25,E27,E29,G14,G17,G29,Y21,GG49
Misc: Large Eyelets - SU, Satin Ribbon from Wal-Mart


Thank you for stopping by! I hope your week is wonderful!
:-) Traci

8 comments:

Kelly Booth said...

Traci...this is just Adorable and your coloring is just Perfect...so CUTE!!!!

Carisa said...

So cute!! Love your daughter's hair.

Sparkle said...

You crack me up, lol...and your card is just darling!

Tasha said...

Such a cute card Traci, your shading and colouring is phenomenal! Love the papers you have used
love tasha xx

Danni said...

What a nice card!

Tammy said...

Super fantastic card. Great idea for the occasion.

Erin said...

OH, it makes me think of when I went over the bridge. Very sweet.

Kim Nath said...

So adorable! I love how you did the ribbon!