Friday, May 29, 2009

Smelly Strawberry- What? winner(s)

Happy Friday! Here is what I was working on when I posted my What? post. (The winner(s) will be posted at the bottom of this post!) It is a Scratch and Sniff Strawberry! My club wanted to do a Scratch and Sniff card, so I had to come up with something that was big enough to "scratch and sniff"! So I thought of a strawberry. I looked all over for a punch art Strawberry and could not find one, so I decided I would make one up, so that is what I did and I think it came out pretty good!

The colors on my card are Basic Black, Kraft, Whisper White, Ridding Hood Red and Real Red (for the Strawberry). The background Kraft was sent through my Big Shot with the Weave texture plate. I layered a piece of Vellum card stock over the Whisper White card stock to give it a softer look. The ribbon is a mix of the Whisper White Taffeta and Black Organdy. I made the strawberry using the Wide Oval and the 5-Petal Flower punch. The punch along the bottom of the card is the Eyelet Border.

Ok, so now onto the What? winner(s). So obviously this was a really easy one, since everyone guessed a Strawberry or wanted to guess a Strawberry. So I have decided to give everyone who guessed a card this time!!! That's right, if you guessed, I will send you a card! Now all I need is for you to e-mail me ( ----the 02 part is zero, not the letter o.-----) your mailing address within 5 days, so by Tuesday June 2, and I will get your card out to you.

Now for future reference when I do the next What? post I will specify who will get the card if there are multiple correct guesses, but this time was the first time and I didn't know everyone would get it right!! So congratulations to everyone!!

Thanks for looking and checking back by!


KatieTurtle said...

How sweet are you?!! So exciting; I'll email you today.

Meredith said...

This is so cute! Did you find this technique to be pretty easy or kind os tricky? I want to try it, but I didn't know how well it worked...

Rose said...

This is adorable, Rochelle!