The Paper Players 100th Challenge is to use any past challenge to make a card. I didn't start playing with the Paper Players until the challenges were in the 80s (and I started following this challenge when it was in the 50s) so I wanted to do an earlier one and what better place to start than the very 1st (see below)!
I also love to particpate in the weekly Mo Manning DP2 Challenges so I can practice with my copic markers with super cute and fun digital images. The DP2Challenge #140 is "Masculine" how perfect is that? I grabbed this great Mo digital image as soon as I saw it because it fits my husband to a "T" - this would be one of the ways he would be happiest - in his comfy chair with remote and Diet Coke in hand. Doesn't this fella look like he is having his best day too? You can find this digital image at Mo's Digital Pencil Store and its called "King for a Day". I was traveling for Father's day this year so this is a late gift to my husband.
And last but not certainly not least I am also entering the Pals Paper Arts #137 Sketch challenge by Margaret Moody. After all it's hard to make a great card without a great sketch to inspire you and this sketch certainly inspired me.
Suppies: Cardstock - Midnight Muse (NEW In-color for 2012-2014) and Very Vanilla. DSP - Comfort Cafe (NEW!). Image from Mo Mannings Digital Pencil Shop "King for A Day" and colored with various Copic markers. Sentiment is from a retired Stampin Up! set called "Its Your Day" stamped with Early Espresso ink. Self adhesive brads that look like rivelets are from Close to My Heart (don't they kind of look like the fabric nails you would find on a piece of furniture?)