Monday, October 15, 2012

Bon Appetit!

     If I could I would share a piece of this pie with all of you.  Doesn't it look yummy!  This cute little chef and his scrumptious pie are from the Bon Appetit set created by Torico for There She Goes Clear Stamps.  Our challenge this week at The Kraft Journal is to "Ink It Up" so that's just what I did.  he's stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Copic markers.  Lot and lots and LOTS of layers on this card.  LOL  I used Light Kraft cardstock for matting.
     We'd love to have you find something in your stash to ink up and play along with our new challenge.  Make sure you use kraft paper or a product from Kraft Outlet to be eligible.
     I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:

Make It Monday--anything goes
Eclectic Ellapu--anything goes
2 Sisters--anything goes
Deconstructed Sketch--sketch
Divas by Design--anything goes
Crafty Sentiments--anything goes

     Happy Monday!

Other Supplies

  • Paper:  My Mind's Eye "Nostalgia", Recollections, Copic XPress-it Blending card
  • Stamps:  There She Goes Clear Stamps "Bon Appetit"
  • Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Copics
  • Tools:  Nestabilities Standard Circles and Classic Scalloped Circles, MFT Die-namics Fishtail Banners, Memory Box Classic Scallop, sewing machine
  • Miscellaneous:  Michael's buttons, waxed linen thread

35 comments:

  1. He he, looks like this little chap has been tasting quite a few oh his pies!!
    Great card
    Hugs
    Jane

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  2. So very darling! Another wonderful creation as always.
    Tracey
    x

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  3. Lots of layers, indeed! Wow, this is fabulous, Tracy! Love the mix of papers you used and love the layered die cuts. Awesome coloring. Love how the pie goes off the edge of the circle.

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  4. This is gorgeous ,love the beautifully coloured image and layout.xxx

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  5. Fantastic card, Tracy! Love your choice of papers and all the layers! Very cute image which you colored wonderfully!

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  6. What a wonderful card...and yes please to that slice of pie! It's such a huge pie that I'm really curious as to what kind it is. I say "no, thank you" if it's one of those blackbird pies! lol Happy Monday to you! :o)

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  7. Awesome card! Love all those wonderful layers and the wonderfully colored image is adorable! Hugs

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  8. Great card Tracy,love the design and cute image!!
    XXX Heidy

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  9. this is fabulous. I love the image and brilliant colours.

    Hugs Sue

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  10. Well thought through from the papers, colouring and image, gorgeous card.

    Thank you for joining us at Eclectic Ellapu this week.

    Andria - EE, dt.

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  11. Way cute, Tracy! LOVE all the yummy patterns and that darling image!

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  12. Wonderful card! I love your layering, colours, colouring, sewing....everything! Such a cute image too. Have a super day Tracy.
    Luv, Babs xo

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  13. Your usual "you rock" style. I love this layout. Being away from stamping has put a damper on my layout abilities. Love this one.

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  14. What a funny card!! So grreat Tracy!! Hugs Anneke

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  15. Mmmmm fun card Tracy. Love the b&w checkered paper and great design. Just rec'd my MFT fishtail banners...can't wait to play with them. hugs,xx

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  16. Fantastic card and colors Tracy. Saw this on MIM..Loz

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  17. fantastic card Tracy, love the layout too
    Kim x

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  18. Serious cute factor here! Love this little chef and his yummy pie. Fabulous mix of papers and layering. Adorable!

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  19. Love everything - layout, coloring - fantastic Tracy! Hugs Deb

    Saw it on MIM!

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  20. Gorgeous card Tracy - with that cute image and great choice of papers, it has the look and feel of a diner menu, which I love!! Great colouring and design - thanks so much for joining in with our 1st Eclectic Ellapu challenge :)

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  21. I love the layers and stitching on this card. Your image is pretty adorable too! Super card Tracy. :)

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  22. Fabulous card Tracy, I love the image and fabulous colouring, rocking papers too and fabulous design.

    Thanks for joining in with us at Crafty Sentiments .

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  23. too cute!!! Love him...fab papers and i really like how you always add the little buttons...they add such a cute touch :)

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  24. Yep, this looks yummy, Tracy! Love this cute little chef and the masculine look of your card. Simply gorgeous!
    Hugs, Anja

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  25. what a fab card ,love the papers and design and the portly little chef is fabulous.....my mum always said you should never trust a thin chef..lol
    thanks for joining us at MIM and good luck
    tracey x

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  26. Love it! I love the way you got that checked background which really compliments the chef ... beautifully thought out and executed as always!

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  27. Your cute little chef certainly cooked up something nice here Tracy! Such a wonderful paper combo, too, love the delightful red (carpet), he must be French, lol! Hugs, Ira
    irascreacorner.blogspot.nl

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  28. I love this card so much - the fabulous image cut "out of the nestie", the gorgeous papers (how did I miss these?) and the fabulous layout. Perfect! xx

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  29. What a fabulous card. Once again you have me smiling my friend.

    Hugs~

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  30. Wonderful colors Tracy and I love all the layers. joann sassy raggedy

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  31. What a cute chef. LOVE the color combo and the papers. Great coloring as always. Hugs, Ivonne

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  32. fab card love the image thanks for sharing with us at 2 sisters good luck with the challenge Tracy x

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  33. Tracy this is just adorable! I love that cute image and your coloring is AMAZING. Your card is just wonderful! Thanks for joining us at the Deconstructed Sketch!

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  34. This would fit perfectly in my kitchen!! I'd frame him...after I ate the pie. :)

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