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StampInsanity Challenge 12: Kickin’ Korners!

Hello my friends! It is time for another groovy StampInsanity Challenge!!! This week, we have a sketch for you. But, with a twist! You need to do something funky with your empty korners!!!

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Here’s my card.

Davey1

This is Zeke. Isn’t he handsome? He totally reminds me of Davey Havok from AFI. He’s so spiffy! Wanna see a closeup?

Davey2

Once again, I broke out the colored pencils. I just can’t get enough of them! I love his hair. That little touch of red is so cool, don’tcha think?

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I added a bit of glitter to the red cardstock on the background. The black and white paper already had it. I used my one and only set of Nestabilities for all of the shapes. Love that set, but I really need to expand my collection!

Now it’s time for you to take a peek at the rest of the Groovy projects the Groovy Gurlz created. And I would like to welcome my dear friend Erica to the team! She is the June Guest Designer, and I am SO glad she has joined us!!! And remember, you can only get these stamps at the Stamp Happens shop! Click the blinkie on my sidebar! Have an inspiring day!

Jacquie Jennifer Lisa Juanita

Margie Sarabeth Suzi Erica

Comments

I freaking love it! He is quite Spiffy!!! Awesome card! Will have to see if I can play along with this one!
Juanita said…
Your card rocks, love all the shine in his his hair and the bit of red is perfect.
Erica said…
Too cool! Love the hair! The paper and the cool squares are awesome! Amazing!
ellepaulette said…
Awesome card!! Just groovy!! :)
Jennifer said…
I love that hair. I need to learn how to do that.
Alyssa S said…
Freakin' awesome card! Love his hair - a.m.a.z.i.n.g!!
Sorry I'm so behind on commenting...I decided to re-read the Twilight Saga and haven't been able to do anything else for the past week!
Beth said…
LOOOOVE it! And girl, you kicked the hell out of that hair!! WOWza! That is some serious highlighting! Awesome!! Another great card - did I say I love it and wowza yet? How about - RADiculous? Yep - I'm back to making up words... careful, your eyes might bleed... :) xx
Laura B said…
Extremely cool card!:)

hugs,
Laura

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