Monday, March 7, 2011

What's Cooking?


The Stamps R Us Challenge blog is what's cooking right now! Come on over and join in on the fun. Our sponsor for this challenge is Bugaboo...who will be offering a very generous prize package to one lucky winner. The theme of the challenge is "In the Kitchen" so head on over and enter today. You have two weeks to submit your entry. The winner and top three entries will also receive a badge to go on their sidebar.

This little fellow, from Bugaboo, is called Chef Pierre Platter and isn't he a dandy one! I used some Cherry Cobbler, black, and white card stock and some Paper Studio DP. I also used my Sanded (SU) background stamp on that one panel. The sentiment was computer generated. It was my intention to do a little stitching on this card - but it just didn't happen.....oh, well.......

I'll be entering this is the following challenges: One Stop Craft Challenge ( to use black, white, and one other color) and the Catch the Bug Challenge blog (anything goes).

Thanks for stopping by........and be SURE and check out the Stamps R Us Challenge blog today!

Lynn

22 comments:

Kathy and Lucky said...

I love this card, Chef is hilarious, because I am not sure what he has under that lid :) Love the textures and the paper you used, wonderful color. Hope you are doing better :)

Monica said...

He sure is dandy! Lol! Love the funny images you use. Cherry Cobler is a great shade and it looks great with black and white. The sentiment makes the card even more funny.

xxx Monica

MiamiKel said...

Oh Lynn, this is splendid! Love the color combination and what a fun card - so festive and it just makes you smile! I would love to see a coffee under the lid, rofl! Good to see you posting - I stopped by this weekend and hope that means you were resting, my friend! x0x0

Nicole said...

Great card - love those polka dots! :)

jojoscraps said...

So much fun Lynn. Your color and paper choices are perfect. It makes you hungry for what's under that lid!
Jo xx

Carol L said...

I love the color combination on this one Lynn! The background stamp looks great and so do all those polka dots! Very creative and fun card!
How's that shoulder coming along?

Shelley said...

What a super duper card, love the colour combo and image. Thanks for joining in this weeks One Stop Craft Challenge.
Hugs Shelley x

Lynn McAuley said...

Love Chef Pierre!! What a fun card, Lynn!! Cherry Cobbler is one of my favorite colors this year!!

Gina said...

Love that red white and black combo with the chef. Great card!

Mary said...

OMG...Love this!! I want that stamp. LOL

Shelly Schmidt said...

Darling card- what a fun challenge-perfect colors too.

ladyjanet_56 said...

This is a very lovely card & the other colour sets it off beautifully, thanks for joining in at OSCC. Janet

Nana Connie said...

Delightful card, Lynn! The red, white and black is such a great combination and really works well with this little chef. I'm going to have to invest in some of these stamps!

Jenny said...

I'm so loving the red, black and white color combo of this! Super cute! Thanks for playing in the Bugaboo Challenge with us!

Laura said...

Hey Lynn, what a super cute card! Just wanted to stop by and say Hi. And HOw are you doing?

sgc said...

Lynn--I love Chef Pierre! He looks really good in red, black, and white. Thanks for playing along in the Bugaboo Challenge.

McCrafty's Cards said...

Brilliant card, I like the chef :o) great colour combo.
Kevin xx

Anne Marie said...

Very fun card, Lynn! I really like the color combo and that sanded background is such a nice pop of texture. (I've been wanting to get that background for a really long time now!) Your little chef looks fantastic! :)

Jodie Mackrell said...

great card! thanks for joining this weeks Bugaboo challenge at catch the bug!

Carrie said...

what an awesome job you did with this challenge. I love the image paired with the polka dot paper.

Marilyn said...

Another great card Lynn! Love your layout, papers & image!

Crafty Cre8tions said...

Another great creation!! love that sanded stamped panel. What a great stamp that is! Image and sentiment are great. Love the red/black/white theme with the cooking theme. It feels like a checkerboard table cloth :)
Maria