Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Triple Tiara Tuesday

This is my first time of being part of the Triple Tiara Tuesday challenge and I'm very excited. I got to play with another of the new releases from QKD. Check out the link to see the latest offers that are available.
This week's challenge is: Use the sketch above. I've used the Mad Hatter by Christine Myers. I've used some papers from my stash pile along with some colour core cardstock and an embossing folder. I've stamped out the Mad Hatter and added him to the left of the card and added some teapot buttons. Then using the SU word window punch instead of ribbon I've added my greeting on the card. This stamp challenged me, but I had great fun working out of my comfort zone - it really got my brain cells working. Hope you like it and you'll join in with the challenge - further details can be found below card.

Queen Kat ttt march

Here are the rules of Triple Tiara Tuesday:

- Each week 3 Royal Court Members will host a challenge on their blog.

- You start at the QKD blog and visit the 3 challenge hosts on their personal blogs. (Leave us some love and a link to your project so we can return the favor. *wink*)

- QKD will offer up a $25 stamp gift certificate for the players to compete for each month. So if people enter each week, they have 4 chances to win the monthly prize of $25.

- The contestants will post their link to their card on the Inlinkz widget on QKD blog. (There will be 1 per month.)

Your next stop on the mini blog hop is Maria and then Bonnie - check out what they have come up with for this challenge.


Jill said...

Wow that's a great card Linda, love the clock background! Jill x

Steph said...

Love this card! You background paper is the perfect choice and I really need to get that mad hatter stamp, you did a fab job coloring him.

A Scrap Above said...

Hi Linda

This is really cool! I love the paper and what you did with the sketch.

Maria Levine said...

fabulous job with the sketch Linda!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Great card, love the clocks!