Monday, February 21, 2011

Episode 40: Paper Playtime Technology Challenge

This weeks challenge with Paper Playtime is TECHNOLOGY!  Create a project that has an image of some form of technology on it.  In my opinion, anything w/ power or advancement is technology.  Watches, cars, clocks, planes, ipods, computers, etc...  Our sponsor for this week is MICHELLE'S SCRAPBOOKING & MORE.  She is offering a gift certificate over to her site.  Who doesn't want free money to a scrapbooking store???  Dang, too bad I'm a designer this week!  ;)

I created a boy's birthday card for my project.  I used a space shuttle as my technology image.  I also used Robyn My Pink Stampers new stamp set called Sweet Baby for my sentiment.





Card Recipe:
Boys Will be Boys Cricut Cartridge 
Nifty Fifties Cricut Cartridge 
Polka Dots Cuttlebug Embossing Folder 
PTI - Pure Poppy, Hawaiian Shore, Simply Chartreuse, White cardstock 
DCWV The Glitter Stack paper pack 
White & Red Stitching 

~ Thanks for Watching!

9 comments:

Glora said...

Awesome card. I love the colors. Pure Poppy and Hawaiian Shores are so fun together. I just made my first PTI order the other day. I finally gave in. Hugs- Glora

Must-Ash said...

Waaaay cute!!

Coach fans said...

What a great card. I love all the details you added. Someone is going to be happy when they receive this card.

Georgiana

boneygirl said...

Darling card...I have a few cards I need to make for teachers. I think I'll give this one a try!!

Also, where do you get your "wiggly" thing for the rocket?

snappy scrappy said...

Great card!! Love the embossing too!!

Nisson Family said...

Thanks Ladies! I appreciate the comments. :) Boneygirl, I got my Action Wobbles from http://www.actionwobble.com/pages/main.html

To order it is at the top of that page.

Thanks!
Pam

Don said...

Really liked this card. Liked the colors. Don and Judy

flowerdisco said...

super cute!

i just made some boy cards too ;p but i love yours more.

CarrieAnne said...

This is so adorable. I am putting it in my "things to copy pile." Thanks for the inspiration.