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TTIC and Artful INKables Collaboration Day 4

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Wow! Day 4 already! Here is my homage to those proud and few Wolf Girls out there. Don’t get me wrong… I really like Jacob. I think he’s funny, sarcastic, strong willed, a real stand up kinda guy (when he IS a guy of course!)… but I will ALWAYS be a Vampire Chic. Haha… back in the day… when I was on the CB Radio all the time (back in like ‘95), that was my “handle” or nickname. Vampire Chic. That’s me! Anyway, back to my card. I think I got this one made the fastest, but I also think it’s my favorite. Yeah, it’s not as ornate as the first one I made… but there’s just something about it that I really like. Part of it is the colors… tried to keep ‘em in the “russet” family since that’s Jake’s color, but I wanted the Imprinted to really stand out. Almost to make it cautionary. Once a girl is imprinted, watch out! ‘Cause if she’s ever threatened, you’ve got the whole pack to deal with. Hmmm…kinda like the shellans in the Black Dagger Brotherhood Series.

So, my cardstock is Prism and the brown ink is Chestnut Roan from Color Box, and the red is Fired Brick from Ranger. Pop dots from EK Success. And of course… the fantabulous stamps are from Artful INKables!!! Have you ordered your sets yet??? Don’t forget, there’s 2 stamp sets and one really rad charm set.

On Monday, I will bring you one more project using these sweet little pieces of red rubber (although I KNOW I’ll be using them all the time after that too!). Make sure you take a looksie at the rest of the awesome-tastic projects from the Twilight Tuesday chicas. Everyone has put so much time and effort into this challenge (although that’s always the case!). Stop by and show some love!

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Unknown said…
This is such a cool card Ali....I love it! Xx

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