July 12, 2011

You R Dynomite: Frosted Designs Reveal

Good Tuesday morning to you ladies.. The ladies over at Frosted Designs is having its Tuesday Sketch reveal today and here is my take on their sketch.. I loved this weeks sketch cause it gave a lot of inspiration to make it your own... I once again went Facebook stalking and found some cute photos of my daughter when her boyfriend and her went to a science fair this spring.. They had the dinosaurs out feeding that time of day, so they got good pics..LOL
Here is my take on our sketch:


I don't have a pic of the actual sketch since my computer crashed on me yesterday and I'm at my hubby's garage getting my blog post posted..LOL I'm sure he will be extremely surprised when he sees photos of my layouts on his hardrive..LOL



so, here are some close ups of the layout and I actually did some embossing..wow!! go me...LOL







and for supplies used:
Papers by: My Minds Eye
cardstock: brown, grees, olive green, light yellow and dark yellow

Cricut cartridges:
Paper Doll Dress Up: All dinosaurs, greenery and Palm Tree
Pooh Font: Title font
Pooh and Friends: Grass and Sun
George and Basic Shapes: hollow circle, arrow head, circles and title base

Cuttlebug: embossing (dont' recall folder name)
white gel pen: faux stitching
black fine tip marker: faux stitching
foam tape
Tim Holtz Paper Sander
Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Peeled paint and Vintage Photo
Chalks

Well ladies, that about does it for me again for today.. I hope you have some free time and stop by Frosted Designs and see what the other Design team members have created using this same sketch..
I hope everyone has a wonderfully creative week..
Hugs
Nanné



7 comments:

  1. love the dinos..they rock!!!! this is such a fun layout...I need to get my embossing happening too :( lol....love it!!!

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  2. Very, very cool! Love the embossing on the dino's!!!!!

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  3. This is so cool, I love the dinos.

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  4. This layout is great!!! I love the embossing on the dinosaurs, it makes them so scaly! They are terrific!

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  5. Super cute, but mature looking at the same time. Looks great.

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  6. Hey!
    So I am coming on back from days ago to comment but just really wanted to...
    I know that you do a lot of die cutting w/ solids but I think these in prints look sooo cool!
    What a great page and EMBOSSING! Get out! LOL!
    You are seriously dino-mite!

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