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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Would you tell me please?

. . . which way I ought to go from here? Alice has quite an adventure ahead of her at Oh, Alice! the Alice In Wonderland Blog Challenge. Chapter Two this week is a sketch like this one "running in a sketchy circle":
My creation is with DCWV papers, Martha Stewart Border Punch, Stamps: All Night Media, Embossing Arts, Art Institute Glitter, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Sewing Machine, Computer generated verses, Memories ink pads, extra stash stuff.

The way I should go from here is down the rabbit hole and into my Laundry Room! Have a great day no matter where you want to get to.
my hand

12 comments:

RosesMarijke said...

What a very gorgeous card!!

Kristy Young said...

This is so cute! Great job with our sketch!
Thanks so much for joining Oh Alice Challenges.
Kristy xx

Erin said...

Great card!

stampinfrog said...

Fantastic card Martha!Fantastic image and coloring!
Hugs,Connie

Kathy said...

This is FAB! Love the way you used the sketch! Wonderful!

Sammi said...

Oh wow!!! LOVE your card!! Thanks for joining us at Oh, Alice!
Sammi
xxx

Sue said...

This challenge blog is a big success with Alice fans. Love your card, so many bright pretty papers and of course your cirlce.

Basement Stamper said...

Gorgeous card, I love the colors of it!

Saskia said...

Gorgeous card.... so unique and beautiful!!

Sweet greetings, Saskia :)

GlitterEmm said...

Love your cards Martha! Just put a link up on our Facebook wall. Thank you for the mention, sparkle on!

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Sandra1968 said...

Great card! I lvoe the happy colours and the funny image.

Lisa Hjulberg said...

Hey Martha! I'm so glad you played with us! What a great card! I've been looking through all the posts I've missed while immersed in the Rat Race. You've been turning up some lovely eye candy!

Hugs,
Lisa