Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Perfect Sentiments: "Bingo"

Hello everyone and welcome to the second day of our one year birthday/anniversary challenge celebration at The Perfect Sentiment!  We have four fun challenges planned for you that we will spread out over the next few days. We have sponsors who have donated generous prizes for each challenge and since we are doing this blog hop style, there are hidden prizes along the way. The good news is you will have 3 full weeks to complete all the challenges and blog hops. There will also be a grand prize that you will be eligible for if you complete all the challenges!You can see the Grand Prize and add you name to the inlinkz here once your complete all four of the challenges.

The challenge this time is "Bingo"
The challenge: create a card with a sentiment for an occasion or holiday of your choice
The twist: use three items across, down, or diagonally from the Bingo chart
Here is the bingo chart:
My "Bingo" is diagonally - pearls, glitter, and dry embossing.
My card is 4 1/4"x5 1/2."  I used black cardstock for the base.  I cut some orange cardstock at 4"x5 1/4" and then ran it through my Cuttlebug with the Skeleton Scroll embossing folder.  I cut a strip of pumpkin patterned paper at 2"x5 1/4" and some black cardstock 1/8" larger and adhered it to the middle of the card.  The pumpkin patterned paper is from the DCWV Fall and Halloween Stack.  I used Teddy Bear Parade for my cute little pumpkin teddy bear.  He is cut at 3 1/2."  I flocked the bear with some brown flocking powder.  I added orange glitter to the pumpkin treat bag and green Stickles to the green parts of the pumpkin outfit.  I also added some glossy accents to the bear's nose and eyes.  The senitment is from Scrappy Moms Stamps and I hand cut the banner.  I finished off the front of the card with some black pearls on the treat bag and in the corners of the card.

 I also finished the inside of this card.  I cut some orange cardstock at 4"x5 1/4," and the pumpkin patterned paper at 3 3/4"x5."  I cut a piece of white cardstock at 2 1/2"x3 1/2."  I stamped another sentiment on the inside as well, again from Scrappy Moms Stamps.

Now head on over to Sam's blog to see what she created for this challenge.  Then be sure to link up your project at The Perfect Sentiment.  I can't wait to see what you create!    

18 comments:

  1. What a cute card! Love your fuzzy bear with the pumpkin lid beret! great DP's too! TFS!
    Sandie

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  2. I love all the cute cards instead of the scary ones... yous is so cute

    Sonja
    http://sonisfrontporch.blogspot.com/

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  3. Yes, i agreed with the ideas that can provided in the post. estetik

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  4. Like the Pumpkin Bear. Especially like the glitter sparkle. Hopping along enjoying the Perfect Sentiments blog hop.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  5. Sweet Halloween Card!! I love how you used the patterned paper on the inside.

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  6. i liked the dry embossing you did . i think you called it skeleton scroll embossing folder. it want so well with all the pumpkins. the pumpkin candy carrier fits the sentiment so perfectly.

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  7. Really cute card! I love the teddy bear and the papers you chose :)

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  8. the bear is very cute... love the glitter pumpkin! Enjoying the hop!

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  9. Fun card! A cute bear.
    Tine :)

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  10. Nothing spooky about this cute little bear, but a FAB Halloween card nevertheless! The embossed paper and DP with pumpkins make such a great background for sweet teddy!

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  11. I love the sparkle on the pumpkin. Very sweet card!

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  12. The bear is adorable and it goes so perfect with the paper.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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