September 26, 2008

Bloggers Challenge - Warhol Cards

I know some of you are probably thinking she likes making Warhol cards - so where's the challenge? Well, sometimes being the one who issues challenges has it's perks!

Warhol is a quick and easy technique that comes from a past issue of the TJNL. Speaking of the TJNL, don't forget to see my post regarding my Blog Candy for CD#6, and if your an Ultimate Junkie - the October issue is going live today!

Details:

Stamps - The Rubber Cafe
Ink: - Black Archival
Card Stock - Black, Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red, More Mustard, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Creamy Carmel, Really Rust
Other - Stamp-a-ma-jig



Details:
Stamps - Starving Artistamps - Witch Trio
Ink - Black Archival
Card Stock - Lavender Lace, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Black
Other - Stamp-a-ma-jig

21 comments :

Lynn Mercurio said...

Both are fabulous cards, Lisa. You really have the Warhol technqiue down! I always appreciate your challenges because it pushes me to create things I wouldn't ordinarily...like this challenge for instance...lol

You rock!

Basement Stamper said...

Very cute, I'm hoping to post one today sometime, maybe a little late, but hopefully will get it done.

Patti Chesky said...

I will admit this was not my favorite challenge. Your cards are awesome....as usual!!! You definitely have a way with Warhol cards.

Chrissy D said...

These are great! I love the pumpkin image and the colors you chose!!! Thanks for the challenge!

Nikki Bond said...

These are wonderful! I especially love the images! Great cards this week! {SMILES}

wendy Groszkiewicz said...

your cards are always so awesome! I especially love your witch card...that's such an awesome image! Thanks for really challenging us this week to step out of our comfort zones! I've never tried that technique before...

Connie said...

You are definitely the QUEEN of Warhol Pop Art! Great job!

Kerry D-C said...

LOL!! you are too funny! I am glad that you are enjoying your perks while the rest of us are sweating it out! LMBO!!!!
These are both excellent! Looks like many of us are in the Halloween and fall modes. GMTA

Sheryl said...

Great cards, Lisa (aka Warhol Queen!). I love the witch!

Ida P. Krause said...

Great cards Lisa, I knew you'd nail this one! - Me I had to add DP because I just needed an extra pop of color.

Lisa said...

You've got a knack for the Warhol style! Great cards!

Kristen said...

Lisa,
You are truley the Warhol queen. All your cards are gorgeous. Thanks for giving us the ooportunity to step out of the box.

Regina Cornelius said...

both of your warhol cards are fantastic!!! i have admired your warhol cards in the past...but thought it really wasn't "my" style...but you know what...i really did like mine when it was done! i want to thank you for your challenges...it is what we all need to evoke creativity...would it be boring if we did the same thing all of the time??? i just hope i didn't break too many warhol rules with my post :)

amycara said...

Great cards, Lisa. Cool challenge!

Lisa Bohler said...

Honestly when I think of warhol cards, I picture YOUR cards! Love these as always...especially love that witch...she cracks me up! I totally stamped my card in honor of you and colors I thought you would choose!

Jeannette Swain said...

Drumroll please - Lisa does it again! Great cards Chicka! xo

Anita Van Hal said...

fab cards, Lisa! Love the images you chose! You certainly nail this technique every time! Thanks for "stretching us"!

thestampspot said...

Not a fave technique, but thanks for setting something out of my comfort zone!

Great cards, they are awesome. You definately have this as one of your perfect techniques.

:) Marcia

Lori said...

Your Warhol cards are great, as usual, Lisa!

StampingSelene said...

Terrific Job Lisa!

n8tvtexan said...

Love the Warhol cards. I never thought of making them like that.

 
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