Thursday, March 28, 2013

E is for..."Engineer"!

Well, my sweet friends, the snow has all melted here . . . and maybe, just maybe we'll have Spring! The daffodils and robins are so confused!! hehe! But, I'll bet we've seen the last of the snow for March!! It was so lovely . . . but I'm really ready for the trees to start leafing out and the tulips to start peeking out!! So . . . it's time for another EXCITING challenge at Mo's DP2 Challenge Blog!! And my sweet and talented DT sister, Anja, has chosen the coolest "Alphabet" theme . . .
"E is for . . . "
I have to admit . . . at first I was stumped!! But then I did a Google search for words that start with the letter "E" . . . and here's what I came up with . . .
I opted for "E is for Engineer!! I've always loved this Mo image . . . and decided it would be perfect for this week's challenge theme!! This image is called "The Engineer" and is available HERE in Mo's online store.  Here's sort of a side view . . . 
My Card "Recipe" . . .
Lucky Limeade & Not Quite Navy cardstock: Stampin' Up
DPs: "Oliver" Paper Pad by Basic Grey
Front sentiment: Lili of the Valley
Inside sentiment: Penny Black
Cherry Cobbler seam binding & hardware: Stampin' Up
Corner die: Whimsy
Copics & Colored pencil

A peek at the inside . . . 
And . . . my "artsy" view . . .
Hope you enjoyed my little something!! Now . . . please pop on over to Mo's DP2 Challenge Blog to check out the fabulous projects created by Anja and the rest of my talented Design Teamies! Then, please join us for this week's challenge. It's simple . . .  just pull out your craft supplies and at least one Mo Manning image and let the crafting begin!!

Oh . . . and don't forget, Mo is awarding (selected at random) one $5.00 shopping spree at her online store for every 25 challenge participants!

And that's it for me! Thanks so much for stopping by for a visit! And extra special thanks for your sweet comments!! Until next time . . . 

13 comments:

Lisa Lynn said...

Pat, I LOVE IT!!!! The paper is perfect with your beautifully colored image. And as I always tell you - you put it all together so well.

Debbie said...

Well, my dear friend Pat..here in New York we call the guy who drives the train a Conductor so I was confused when I saw your card..lol but anyway, your card is just perfect both inside and out. Love the greens and of course as always you had the perfect papers in your stash...

Hugs
Debbie

..Karen said...

I love this!!! Just perfect! : )

Christina C. said...

Love, love this awesome card, Pat! You always do such an outstanding job coloring and showcasing your images.....I need some of those Mo images! Sooooooo cute!

Boxofcolours said...

Wowee Pat - those DP's couldn't be any more perfect for Mo's image!!
Fantastic work as always.
Hugs
Jane

Candy said...

Fantastic work,Pat!
Love your design paper 😊
Big Hugs, Candy

debby4000 said...

Absolutely wonderful card, such a fab image
luv
Debby

Claire said...

This is a brilliant card, I love the fun image. Hugs, Claire x

catherine said...

This is so great Pat. Love the image and colours. Our snow has gone now and are flowers are so confused as well. Should be seeing lots of daffodils at this time but none as yet!!
x catherine

Tracy said...

WOO! WOO! Chugga Chugga LOL Totally love the train DP and you coloring is spot on awesome Miz Pat. :-) Beautifully composed card as always. Hugs!

Sassy Raggedy said...

How cute...I love that wonderful charm and the designer paper is perfect. Just a lovely card Pat. Happy Easter, joann sassy raggedy

AnjaCardz said...

Well, it seems I really challenged you lovelies with this weeks theme, right? But you clever girl come up with an "E" I didn't thougth of. Soo cool to google and find "Engineer"! And of course I loooove your card, hun! Brilliant coloring and ever perfect papers! Absolutely wonderful "E" project my dear! ♥

Big hugs, Anja

Kim Bell said...

Sweetie
Once again. I just love your card Oh my word just stunning your details and card layout is amazing as always. I need to get this image for sure.

Hugz
Kim