Monday, October 20, 2008

Celebrate MFT Day

I find I can only stamp lately while watching DWTS. LOL!! I read on Cammie's blog that today was Celebrate MFT day and since I had to have this stamp and hadn't used it yet, I figured I'd play along. I really messed up her face but good, it looks like she has roseola(?) or something worse maybe, but I still like it!! I put CE on her lips and sponged the Basic Grey paper a darker shade. The guitar, sentiment and the tatoo are Inkadinkado, Rock Star.
Thanks for looking!!
Stamps: MFT BCDZYNS, INKADINKADO
Paper: Basic Grey, Black, and White
Ink: Memento and Copics
Accessories: ribbon, scallops

14 comments:

Debbie said...

LOL! Roseola? LMAO! This card ROCKS girl and your rocker girl looks fabulous! And that guitar is so freaking kewl! OMG I love it!

Carolyn King said...

you did a fantastic job---love this "rockin" card!

Kristine B. said...

holy tamolie, girl!! THIS ROCKS!! =) (really!) Love your stamps, your coloring--her hair is AWESOME, and look at that makeup and tatoo!! I'm soo in love with that guitar image too. This card is so great...into my faves!!

Theresa said...

This is so cool! What a rockin card.

Bunny-Zoe's Blog said...

Wow, I have to agree with everyone.. this sure is a Rockin' card Deb, love the images and great sentiment, Hugs, Nikki x

Rach said...

wow what a gorgeous card,
Thank you for taking the time to enter my blog candy. good luck. hugs rachxx

Neva said...

WOW Deb with a tat like that I probably would make sure I said "Yes Mam" to her. teehee. She looks tough.

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Susan (rainy) said...

WOW!! Deb this card is fabulous. It really does ROCK!

CraftyC said...

A super card great for any teenager!
Clairexx

Pat (mspfd) said...

What fun! I left you an award on my blog! Pat

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Ohhh this is waaaaaaaaaay cool!!!!

Chrissy D said...

Ohhh this is totally COOL. MY 17 yo would LOVE this too! Great card! TFS!

Dawn said...

Wow this is fantastic Deb and there goes that fantastic stamp - so versatile...