Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Boy oh boy!!

This one's for you Sherry Baby....finally!! I hope it was worth the wait. I really am not conceited for those of you that don't know me in person. I like to joke around and have fun with stamping and not get all caught up in copyrights. Hee hee. My card was hiding in my cropper hopper Sherry!! Whew. Recently while cruising Sherry's blog I stumbled upon a card she made for a card challenge so I decided to make a card inspired from her. What do you think? I love how it turned out and I even got a little grungy with it so I could make my friend Donna AKA Grunge Woman proud!! I love anything Cosmo Cricket and Tim Holtz distress inks. This card even sports one of my antique buttons straight from an antique shop. Button Junkie Sherry and Grunge Woman Donna....you two are rubbing off on 'ole Woodey Girl but I bet you don't have a paper dust rag yet for when you get all grungy. No more paper dust for me. OK its rather late and I need some serious beauty rest. Oprah is on now and its creepy. I was on a lengthy long distance phone call this evening with one of my good friends in CO after I watched the Bachelor. I can not believe I sobbed during the show. Do you watch it and who do you want Jake to select as his wife? I am glad one person voluntarily left the show. Nightie night peeps. I'll be back with card number three. I had so many problems with Blogger today. I was ready to pull my hair out and scream. I had to delete the inside card scan from my previous post as it looked awful on the blog. I will add it this week as a post. It looks good in real life. TTYL Tami

5 comments:

~amy~ said...

excellent card sista...gotta love cosmo tim:)

Sherry (aka sherryann) said...

Tami, fantastic card love it and how grungy it looks.
I too watched the Bachelor and cried. I didn't want Ali to leave I wanted to see who he would of sent home, because now we know one of the 3 is one that he wasn't going to keep. I hope it was Gia.

Donna said...

Tami-card is so grungy. I knew you would convert to grunge. It is fun to be vintage and grungy. Yeah for you. I better see ink on those fingers the next time I see you.

Anonymous said...

Your card class at Lund's rocked Tami! Thanks for all you did to design those awesome cards. I haven't stamped in a looooooong time, but you have inspired me to get out the ink! The black and creme cards are so feminine and elegant. I just love 'em! Wendy

Grandma Jan said...

You have the airplanes on right (the wheels are down). I still haven't fixed mine but I will.