Yesterday, I mentioned that I've named my Silhouette to Mister Q and I had to laugh when I read the comment from Kara Lynne that our relationship has gone to the next level. Sure sounds like it, huh? ;)
Considering how much I gush about it, I think it just proper to have it named. How do I come up with Mister Q? Bond. James Bond. LOL. In the movie, Q always come up with the coolest gadget, and since my Silhouette is a super cool gadget, Mister Q is perfect for it. It also stand for Quickutz. Perfecto.
Hubby said he'll share me with Mister Q. :)
Now, let's talk card a bit. Yesterday, I got happy email stating that I got 2 cards accepted by Paper Crafts and one of them is a shabby chic card. Imagine my shock!! I rarely do vintage or shabby chic card, so to have my card among the only 4 vintage style that they chose was a big deal. LOL, the editor was shock, too, when they found out it was my card. Dare I say that I start to love vintage card? Hm...
Now, talking about unusual style, this next card also not my style. For Lily Pad Cards, the DT get to play with stuff from Globecraft Memories and let just say I struggle with this. As much as I tried, I couldn't come up with a project that I am really satisfied with, so here we go:
The card is based on this color palette by Kathy:
Check out what the DT created for this challenge HERE and thank you for stopping by here. Happy Friday!!