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Greetings! I have a new Bombshell Stamps card to share with you today. I went a little over the top with this one, as I combined 3 different Bombshell challenges into one! First, I used this month's Sketch Challenge. Then, I went for this month's Pin-Up Challenge. Last, we Bombshell gals have a DT only contest every 2 months, so I wanted to participate in that as well. It was tough to do all 3, but I did it! Here's what I made...then I'll give you the break down for each challenge.

Here is the sketch that Kathi created for us.
Yeah, I changed it up a bit. But that's part of the fun of doing a sketch challenge. Making it your own.


The second challenge was the Pin-Up challenge, as I mentioned before. Jennie, AKA Ms. May, gave us a really cool Tic Tac Toe challenge.

You know the drill...ya gotta do 3 in a row. So I went with Pearls, Something New, and Red. I used 2 little black pearls, my something new was my brand-spankin' Cherry Bomb and Festive Calaveras set that I just scored, and the red...well, I think that's pretty obvious.


The last challenge was the one for the DT only. I loved this challenge, and I need to participate again before the month is up,. We have been challenged by Kelli to use as many sets on one project as possible. That is totally my type of challenge! So how many did I use? SIX! I used Man's RuinCherry BombPinstripesHomeward BoundFestive Calaveras, and Rise and Shine. It took me quite a while to figure out which images from which sets I wanted to use, but it was fun to think about all of the cool combinations that could be made.
You still have time to play along in 2 of the 3 challenges! I hope that you do, there's stamps up for grabs! To play along, please visit the Bombshell Blog. And please don't forget to sign up for this month's Hump Day Hop. The theme is May Holidays. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Wicked Sweet! I love it and you did an amazing job with all the challenges!!! that is great!!
Jenn Borjeson said…
Oh this is just gorgeous, you're so darn clever! :)

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