I bet most of you.
I happen to love the character of Anne (with an "e") Shirley played by Megan Fallows in the miniseries movie. She was a PERFECT choice to play Anne (with an "e").
Anne (insert "e") is feisty, irreverent, smart-as-a-whip, and...a redhead. I totally relate to her. She's a writer...I'm a writer. She has red hair...I have red hair (well, Auburn...sorry Anne). She's unconventional...I spend my life in Left Field...so yeah.
My husband even affectionately calls me "Carrots".
When I ran across this image of Anne (with an "e") from Mo Manning, I had to get it. Had to. Thank goodness digital stamps are not as pricey as their rubbah counterparts. Over at Bronte and Bella's challenge blog, aka DP2--Mo's Challenge Blog (if ya wanna get all technical), they're having an "Anything Goes" challenge.
Perfect opportunity to use my coveted Carrots, er Anne, stamp.
Here is my tribute to the fiery, ginger-headed gal who prefers to be called...Cordelia. I colored her with my Prismacolor pencils...then paper-toled her into like 5 layers. Then, I just started layering patterned paper. What can I say? I like layers. When I showed this to my husband he replied, "Don't ever give this card away to anyone, okay?"
I guess he likes it. That makes me smile.
Remember: "Tomorrow is ALWAYS fresh, with no mistakes in it."
- Bronte and Bella's: #146 Anything Goes
- The Color Throwdown: #203
- 2 Sisters - #103 Anything Goes
- Craft Punked - Week 31 "At The Movies" (movie: "Anne of Green Gables")
- Crafts and Me: #95 "Green With Envy"
- Paper Crafting Journey: Anything Goes
- Make It Monday: #101
Prince Edward Island stamp - Mo Manning
Patterned paper - My Minds Eye
Nestabilities - Spellbinders (lacy oval, lg scalloped oval)
gems - Michaels
eyelet corner punch - All Night Media
scallop border punch - EK Success for Martha Stewart
brown stamping ink - Tsukineko