Happy Friday my friends!! How was your week?? Great I hope! Mine... not so much but the weekend is right around the corner and that always makes me happy!!!
Another good thing about Fridays, it's a new Stamp Something challenge and this week it's Birthday Somethings. This was PERFECT for me this week as today is my grandson, Jackson's birthday!! He's 8 years old! Happy birthday honey!!! This card's for you...
Another great thing about this challenge is that the wonderful Whiff of Joy is our sponsor this week. Who doesn't love their stamps???? Well, I DO!! I have some of them and was planning on using one for this challenge. But, wouldn't you know it... I couldn't find a one of them!!! So sorry as I would have loved to have showcased one of their images. I hope you'll enjoy this Motivet image as much. I thought he was perfect for my little 8 year old birthday guy.
The lucky winner will receive one stamp of their choice from the new 'Get Well' collection. In addition, since this is our 100th challenge, there will also be a mystery prize for a random player this week!!! We just wanted to say an extra thank you to all our friends and followers who enter our challenges every week.
Oh, by the way... if the boy's head outline looks a little darker than the rest of the image, there's a reason for that. My granddaughter was sitting at my stamping table (as it's also my computer desk) and we were just chatting away. I saw her doodling on something, but I was somewhat distracted so didn't notice what it was. Well... I noticed later when I went to photograph it!! It took me a while to realize what had happened!! I just had to laugh and thought that's her little spin on her brother's birthday card!!! hahahaha!!
The Sweet Stop - the sketch
Simon Says Stamp! - birthdays/celebrations
Stampin' for the Weekend - a card for a male
Thanks for stopping by today and Happy Birthday Somethings!!!
Stamps: Motivet Birthday Boy, Stamping Bella sentiment
Paper: BG max and whiskers pp
Ink: Memento tuxedo black
Supplies: Nesties, BG buttons, ribbon
Techniques: Prismacolor pencils and gamsol