Today is the November 2012 Papertrey Ink Blog Hop. And the inspiration is all about using cover art for a jump off point in your card (or project) making. I really struggled with my card today but I loved the inspiration cover that I chose:
A book that my son and I read quite often around this time of year! And don't you just have to think of Jim Carey when you hear the word Grinch now a days?
Anyway here is my card...I won't go into how many problems I had making it but I will say that it made me work outside of my comfort zone and I would probably do much better on the second attempt if I still had some time to play! Alas after hanging lights outside this afternoon and coming inside to steal some card making time for myself I now must go and make some dinner!
Anyway I hope my card makes you giggle a little! More than likely you will just laugh out loud like I do each time I look at it!
Jill, that's perfect! Knew what it was from the moment I saw it. Great interpretaion!ReplyDelete
Wonderful inspired card! Very clever!ReplyDelete
Awesome inspired card -- made me smile~ReplyDelete
So cute! I recognized that cover right away!ReplyDelete
Great book to pick - love what you created Jill - the embossing & glitter add great dimension!ReplyDelete
Your card is so much fun. The texture is grat.ReplyDelete
Wow....what a fun card and I love all of the bling, so festive!ReplyDelete
An adorable interpretation Jill~ I love it! HugsReplyDelete
Jill this is so cute! What a great card,and fun card. Great inspiration . As always love the glitter!ReplyDelete
Jill this is a fabulous, I love your take on the Grinch!ReplyDelete
oh I love getting the Christmas books out! What a great inspiration book you picked out, love how you translated that into your hatless little snowman : )ReplyDelete
A fun card just like the book.ReplyDelete
GET OUT! How cool is that?! I love the way you used the letter die cuts and that Frosty looks likes he's just bursting to get out of the snowglobe. SO creative, Jill!ReplyDelete
Great take on the challenge!!ReplyDelete
Oh how fun, Jill. Love how you interpreted the Dr Seuss book cover :o)ReplyDelete
Jill, this is fantastic! Love your take on Dr. Seuss and Frosty!ReplyDelete