It's FRIDAY! And I have the weekend off again, sigh..... I love saying that, lol.
I'm actually considering doing some container gardening again. This warm weather, and everyone posting pictures of their pretty flowers in their gardens has given me the itch to get my hands dirty. Not to mention I got one of those long wall hanging flower thingy-s for Mother's Day. It's almost like holding a baby after yours are all grown up, you get that tiny little warm spot in your belly...maybe one more?
NOT! Joking, but it's been a while since I planted outdoors and I feel like I may do it this year. Unfortunately, here in the Pocono mountains of Pennsylvania, the deer rule (and trying to dig out a patch of earth is near impossible in our rocky yard), and this is why I have to stick to container gardening on my front and back decks. Which isn't too bad, I had tomatoes and tons of herbs growing wonderfully on our very sunny front deck, I just have to water them a LOT more.
Anyway, here's our sketch for this week:
And here's my take on it. I had to square it up, I just couldn't help it. I love my 6" squares, LOTS of space to add pretty things, and these Uptown Girls are pretty large to begin with. I used 'Posh has a Present' in her pretty, ruffly strapless dress and colored her with Copics. This is the first time I've colored black hair with Copics, and although I need to practice it a bit more, I'm OK with my first attempt.
Fun, colorful papers are from an older Basic Grey paper pad, 'Sugar Rush'.
Next week we have a color challenge. We're using the colors Yellow, Blue and Black. We'd love to have you join us in our weekly challenges, just head on over to Stamping Bella's blog for all the details on how you could join in and win some Bella Bucks.
Thanks for popping by, have a great weekend!
Stamps: Stamping Bella
Paper: Basic Grey, Core'dinations, BBB (Bella's Bestest Paper)
Tools/Accessories: PTI Flower die, wool felt, button, baker's twine, stitched ribbon, Spellbinders Label & Nestabilities petite ovals, Copics, Stickles, Spica pens, Perfect Layers rulers