7/03/2009

TCC’s Feature Friday

There are a lot going on at The Character Cafe!

First I want to share my image of the week, Princess Ally! I’ve made a card for my youngest niece Rebecca who LOVES pink and princesses. So pink and princess it is. LOL! (The photos are clickable!)

Princess Ally This Wednesday, The Character Cafe blog launched Work it Wednesday, a weekly happening which features a technique/theme and a challenge every week from now on. And yes, you’ve got that right, it’s on Wednesdays! LOL! This week, Kendra (owner) shares a really fun technique which ads texture and shine to colored images. Check it out HERE. I had to try it out on my princess dress to get a satin shiny look.

Princess Ally detalj #2LOVE how that turned out!!! And it’s really easy! Go check the tutorial out! You will also find the cutest Freebie ever, celebrating Canada on July 1th. Yes, it is a beaver…

To get a nice back of my card, I cut Princess Ally’s head out with my Nestabilities and stamped some swirls and signed my design.

Princess Ally detalj #1 It’s not only me who fell in love with Ally’s pretty face. I’ve had my oldest niece Isabella, 6 years, visiting for a couple of days. And some of the nicest moments we had were when we were coloring our Allys together. She made Allys to all of us and cut them out beautifully. This is mine:

Princess Ally detalj #3She is eating an apple. Fruit is good for me, she promptly stated.

If you want a chance to win Ally or any of the other The Character Cafe images of your choice, you have the chance this week over at the Friday Sketchers. The Character Cafe is sponsoring this weeks challenge.

Wrapping it up: Check out the BLOG for a Tutorial, a Challenge and a Freebie. And if you want a great Sketch, the Friday Sketchers is sponsored by TCC. AND go visit the rest of the Design Team for more projects using the TCC images.

Billie

Shelley

Elaine

Mary

Heather

Colleen

Sara

Stephanie

Happy FRIDAY to you all!!!

8 comments:

Shelley said...

I love the layout of your card and the papers you have used. She looks very eligant. hugs Shelley

Kendra said...

Awesome card Tesa! Your niece is pretty lucky to get such fine creations :) I also love her take with the apple... my kids love to colour them too... that's what's good about digis, we size them big like colouring pages! TFS

Sara said...

Gorgeous! I love the shape of your card! And, isn't it funny, how she looks different on all of our cards!

Heather said...

Tesa,

Wow Wow Wow this turned out so so cute!!! I love the back of it too how creative you are!!!!

Awesome job this week and any girl would adore getting a card like this!!!

Amazing!!!

Heather

Steph said...

I love the shape of your card, I don't do that enough, but you've inspired me! :) TFS!!

sussies said...

Men så underbart sött kort! Dina kort blir bara sötare och sötare!!! Älskar dessa söta srämplar! Var får man tag i dem? Vill ha!!!;-)

Intressant teknik att färglägga, blev helläckert! Men jag fattar inte riktigt, ska man måla före eller efter limmet?
Kan du förklara det i vår tråd tror du? Fick sån lust att prova! Snälla söta! ;-) :-)

Vill önska dig en fin helg!

Kramis från Susanne

Elaine said...

I love the elegant shape, the stitching, and composition, its beautiful Tesa, I must try harder lol!!

Elaine x

Kelly said...

Hi Tesa,
Wow Princess Ally is so popular this week. I love how you all did something totally different. I just love everything you did with your card...The rhinestones, the stitching, the ribbon, it works so well together. Fantastic Card!!
Kelly
(P.S. My daycare kids love to colour the images as well.)