Tuesday, May 11, 2010

The Burtonesque Dolls Challenge #2

We are on a roll now! It's time for our second challenge at The Burtonesque Dolls! The challenge this week is Burton chicks... create a card/project using any image that would fit in a Tim Burton movie. Okay, I think the sky's the limit on this one... anything a bit funky will do!

Our challenge this week is sponsored by The Wild Flower Patch, offering both rubber and digi stamps.

My card features Thistle, one of the new May releases. Okay, so I'm not very good at the gothic look... my Thistle looks glammed up with her sparkly shirt and skirt and her make-up on. She looks a little like me, don't you think? Yes, you have to squint really really hard... (*grin*)

The DP is something from my stash from looong ago... the Miniver Collection by Tracy Robinson for A2Z. That funky chipboard piece is by Pink Paislee. 

The winner of this week's challenge gets to pick FIVE free digis from The Wild Flower Patch store!!! So come on and play! And be sure to stop by and see what the rest of the Dolls have created using WFP images!


Have a fabulous day!!!

9 comments:

Debbie Pamment said...

She may look more glam than gothic but she looks FABULOUS!!!
xXx

Margie said...

Hey Lisa... put a pair of glasses on her, and you two are TWINS! LOL! Speaking of twins... love how are colors match (sort of)! Ooooooohh... love that yummy tree!

Michelle said...

Sparkley! I just love her and the layout. Wonderful card!

Jen Shults said...

Oh how cute is this! I love the tree you made and these colors are GREAT!! Very very cool card Lisa! HUGS!!

Nicole said...

Lisa she is so adorable! I love the colours and her sparkly shirt! You did amazing!

Jackie Thomas said...

OOH I love everything about her, she's amazing Lisa. Love the dp and the tree is perfect. hugs xo Jackie

Christy/Tiddly Inks Digitals said...

Hi Lisa! I love it and I love the What's the Question below too. :)

She does look like you...no squinting needed. :)

Alice Wertz said...

great colors! great card!

the whimsical butterfly said...

Wow, you did an awesome job on this! love the blue/black color combo and you colored up Thistle to be very goth-y looking-and that, I LOVE, too!