It's not State Farm! It's me! lol
Paulette, Digital Goddess of Create with TLC, has a progressive challenge going on right now... and I think we all should know by now... when it comes to progressive challenges... I'm there! :)
I read it wrong... of course... I thought I read it was a 12-month challenge but then as I was writing the email to request the image... I thought to myself... go back and ready it SLOWLY... so I did... it's a 12-DAY progressive challenge! Yikes! It's to coincide with World Card Making Day on October 4th. Good cause to celebrate! lol Not sure I can keep up with TWELVE DAYS but then... I've all my DT stuff ready to go so maybe I can... I didn't think I could do the Bugaboo Christmas in July Week-Long Challenge and... I DID! Ssooo... I can do this! No sweat!
I'm not sure we're allowed to blog this. ??? The progressive challenge post read we are to email pictures of finished projects but... nothing about linking and so forth but then I thought to myself... how else will we get the word out there? So here I am. It's easier to ask for forgiveness than permission... I think that is how the saying goes! :)
So this first image is for National Good Day Neighbor on September 28th. What a coincidence! I have a new neighbor moving in next door and what better way to show the family I'm a good neighbor! lol I think I'll fix up a basket of breakfast muffins and grab the morning paper and haul it over there to them come Sunday morning! I colored the image as I did because the house next door is yellow with white trimming.
I had to use a sketch so I could enter this fabulous card into a challenge...because if I don't... I'll feel incomplete for days on end... kinda like I'm running around naked!
This is the sketch:
Image: Progressive Challenge Freebie from Create with TLC
Colored image with Copic markers
Stamped the sentiment with a PSX alpha pixie stamp set I've had FOREVER
Used Tim Holtz Distressed Inks in Barn Door and Vintage Photo
Flowers made from a Michael's Recollections Petite Daisy Punch,
punched three times, layered and centered with a brown pearl bead from my stash
Kraft paper and plain card stock are also from my stash
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