Happy Wednesday, everyone! It’s time for another challenge brought to you by All That Scraps’ Wednesday Challenge Blog! This week’s challenge was to create a REFRIGERATOR MAGNET! Here’s mine:
I chose to use the new C.C. Designs image called, “Sugar Shopping”. I stamped the image in Black Ink, then colored her with Copic Sketch Markers. I cut out the colored image, then used the Cracked Glass Technique to create an antique look.
I purchased some Magnetic Tape Strips from a local store for just over $1 that is magnetic on one side and adhesive on the other…LOVE IT!
I simply cut one of the strips with my Westcott Titanium Scissors that I got at Summer CHA, and attached the magnet pieces to the back of the image. VIOLA…instant refrigerator magnet! This particular magnet keeps my grocery list at an arms length…but I usually walk out with ALOT more than ONE bag! LOL!
Be sure to head over to the ATS Wednesdays Challenge Blog to play along with us! Every week there is a new and exciting prize being offered…but in order to be eligible to win, your card must include a stamp that is sold in the All That Scraps store.Whether it is one of our wonderful in-house designs or from the various other stamp companies that ATS carries, the choice is yours. Then be sure to link up your creation with Mr Linky by next Tuesday at 10pm EST with only one entry per person please!
Check out what the other Challenge DT members have come up with:
- Lesa Rapp (Our Fearless Leader)
- Traci Porter
- Risa West
- Rachel Schneider
- Pam Varnell
- Mary Pfaff
- Mary Giemza
- Amy Young
That’s it for now! Thanks for stopping by, and I will see you back here tomorrow with another Verve Day Thursday! Until then…
Super cute magnet Mercy! Poor Shopping Sugar, she had so many places to go that she finally 'cracked'! hehehe
Have a great day! :)
I love her, what an adorable little outfit! Great coloring too, love it :0)
Your refrigerator magnet is adorable!!! Shopping Sugar is the cutest and I love the cracked glass effect...very nice!
This is So sweet! How cool to use the cracked glass technique on it too! :-)Traci
That's so cute!
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