Saturday, June 27, 2009

TCP Tuesday Challenge - TCPTUES64

This week TCP challenge, is an inspirational challenge, where Toni pick a purrfect HOT days of summer inspired picture - I took one look and I knew I was going to have some FUN playing!

As always, I tend to be a little literal in my interpretations - so my first thought was to recreate the yummy looking drinks - and of course what says more FUN than a cool MARGARITA on a HOT summer day... or night! :)

Here is my take on this challenge:

This does look YUMMY! I used my darling Cricut to cut the margarita glass from a cut file created by Heather G from Handmade by Jade who generously shared it on her blog - Heather did a great job on this one! You can't tell very well, but I cut another layer using a transparency to add a glass like shine and I used Martha Stewart coarse glitter to add the yummy "salt". And of course, I had to use this sentiment from TCP It's A Mod, Mod World set because it went so purrfectly with the margarita theme - and I was in luck when I found this DCWV pattern paper in my stash. I pulled the colors directly from there and this card just came together nice and easy! :) I created a wine glass beaded tag out of some bendable wire and beads - it adds dimension and it is a FUN touch.

Have a relaxing weekend, enjoy the hot days of summer!

Big Sprinkles - The Cat's Pajamas It's A Mod, Mod World W-7512
"You're just Purrfect."- The Cat's Pajamas
It's A Mod, Mod World W-7512
Margarita - cut file by Heather G
Handmade by Jade: Margarita Glass
Momento Rich Cocoa
Martha Stewart Crystal coarse glitter
Fiskar scallop hole edge punch
DCWV Summer Stack 2007, DCWV texture paper
Office Max transparency
wire and beads from M's
Alene Paper Glaze


toners said...

Carol, another FABULOUS card for TCP Tuesday! Sprinkle looks thrilled with her giant margarita! A perfect summer card!

Jenny Gropp said...

Great card Carole! I love that coarse glitter you used for the salt. Margaritas sound yummy, especially a good frozen one in all this summer heat.

MyCricut said...

It looks wonderful. You are very talented.

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