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Bombshell Stamps September Sketch Challenge

I love a good sketch challenge! And Kathi (our fabulous Bombshell DT leader) always makes very inspiring ones! Wanna see this month’s???

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I’ll admit…this was a tricky one for me at first, because I wanted to also use this card for this month’s Pin-Up (Stempelientje) challenge is “Speed and Red.”  Here’s what I came up with.

I hope you can see my little innuendos… The sentiment says “They’re both fast,” and I used paper with screws on it. A bit naughty, no? ;)

This fabulous car is from the Speed Shop set. I highly recommend it for all of you hot rod lovers (or those that know hot rod lovers!). This is such a sweet lookin’ ride!

 

I also broke out my Retro Cowgirls set. I hadn’t used this gal yet, and she was begging to be used… ;) I cut her hat off, because I think it would have been distracting here. The gold on her…ahem…outfit is sparkly. Not sure how well you can see it. You may want to click on this (or any other) picture to see it bigger.

 

That kinda starburst paper (DCWV) also has some glitter on it.

Now…do you want to give it a go??? I think you should! Just link up your creation to the Bombshell Blog for your chance to win a Bombshell stamp set of your choice! Sah-weet! And, while visiting the blog, you can see what some of the other DT gals created for your viewing pleasure. Thanks for stopping by! Have an inspiring day!

Comments

KC said…
this card is awesome! I love your innuendos!!
Laura B said…
Love it! Gorgeous card!

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