Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Teapot Tuesday - Snoopy's Late!

Had to get this posted while it's still Tuesday!  Trying to catch up from yesterday and the weekend..

Snoopy's late for his Teapot Race to Raleigh, NC.  You can read all the Teapot Tuesday details here.  Our cards this week are going to Rachel Layne, a dog lover and all around lovely human being who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. 

Rachel needs some cheering up so, if you have a minute or an extra card, please head here for Rachel's details

Ole Snoopy had to get his trusty Red Baron out of the shop while the paint was still wet (yep, that Crystal Effects isn't dry).  He flew 42,000 miles to be in the race and if one of those dogs pee on his plane before the paint's dry...well, let's just say, there may be a dog fight at the races.

Snoopy and his banner are cut out and popped up on dimensionals.



Supplies:
Paper - PTI Ivory
Stamps - Stampablilities High Flyer, PTI Everyday Classics, Fly Away
Ink - Memorex, Copic markers
Accessories - dimensionals, Crystal Effects
Technique - sponging

                                     
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8 comments:

Michelle said...

Nicely done Charlene, this looks terrific. sucha fun card. Sure to cheer Rachel up.

Michelle :-)

jen said...

THIS is what no mojo looks like?!?
too cute!
Hope you're feeling better soon- stress has the same effect on me- I'd say you've had some of that- get some extra vit. d!!!

Sue from Oregon said...

oh goodness...you know how I love my Snoopy! Darling and so very thoughtful!

Kelly Massman said...

THAT is one adorable card! I love the glassy look of the plane!!! :-) And you can never go wrong with snoopy!

Kelly Massman said...

Also, sorry to hear about Rachel. That is not a good diagnosis to get...I'm going over to check it out!

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Charlene.

Hugs Riet.xx

Meg said...

So cute! I love this Snoopy stamp and his shiny new aeroplane looks great against the sky you inked! It is sure to bring a smile to Rachel!

Kelly said...

What a fun card! My heart goes out to Rachel, no one should have to go through that!