Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Superstar!


It's Tuesday and that means it's American Idol night, yay!--actually, I haven't watched it since the tryouts, but work with me--Bunnies have dreams too and this girl can belt out a tune! She has even impressed Simon and we all know that doesn't come easy! Maybe this is the year for a bunny to win the coveted title!

If you visit my blog or love Gina K. Designs as much as I do, you already know that this adorable bunny is by artist Melanie Muenchinger. She is a major source of inspiration and a tremendous talent and her blog recently became a top 100 best blog, so it's not just me--this lady ROCKS! She having a super duper blog candy giveaway this week, visit her BLOG for the deets!
I used this super cool black and silver glittery paper from the RAK package Donna sent me. I cut stars out of yet more glitter paper and created my "stage" from my coluzzle oval template and the stage floor from my Flourishes Cake 101 Decorating set (normally used for the cake plate, ha!) The microphone was supposed to turn out way cuter than this, but I guess you can sort of tell what it's meant to be.

Well, thanks for indulging me! This was fun! ~Hugs and Happy Stamping~

19 comments:

Etha said...

too neat! I love it!!!

Lee said...

OMGosh.......LINSEY!!!!!!! This is sooooooooooooooooo cooooooooooooooool!!!!! I totally LOVE it, LOVE it!!! She sure is a supah stah!!!! That glitz and glamour dp is too perfect!!! Girl......you are just on a creative high!!! Can I come stamp with you!!!??? This one better be entered!!!! :)

Carolina said...

What a great way to showcase this little guy! Love the sprakly paper and the addition of the cane is just perfect!

Donna said...

oh Lordy - this is stinkin' CUTE! I love her stage make-up! so I can take 'partial' credit for this because of the paper I sent ya? If you win, you need to send me a thank you card and of course I will be part of your acceptance speech! *smile*

Jessie/knightrone said...

She is a rockstar, and so are you!!! This card is so super cute!!! Do you think you will win two contests in a row....hmmmmm I think so!!! Keep up the great work girlfriend!!!

Maren said...

So so gorgeous! Love it!! What a fantastic idea!!

Janine said...

Beautiful !! So cute !

Julia said...

This is just too cute Linsey! I love your glittery stage - what a wonderful creation!!

Gwen said...

what a cute idea!! I think you should send it to Simon!!! :)

dpkennedy said...

Oh Linsey this is so cute! You did a fantastic job on this....I love it!!

My Paper World said...

Soooooo cute and fun! Very cool idea Linsey! I LOVE the microphone too!
Nicola xx

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

How absolutely adorable! Love the sparkly stars and the stage...oh yes the stage is just perfect with the mic! You are so creative...love this outside the box take on this bunny..she is a supahstar!!

JenMarie said...

Oooo, FABULOUS Linsey!!

Deb said...

This is soooo totally adorable!! Love the DP and the stars, the little stage and microphone wow!! You are amazing!!

JAR said...

Darling darling!! I love this! Looking as cute as she does, you know she will make the top 12!!!

Deb Neerman said...

ROFLMBO! Too funny!

Love this; so adorable and original ... just like you!

~Huggies, Deb

Susan said...

You are one talented lady to have thought of this! Lol!

Lee linked your blog on her blog so I thought I'd come on over and see what you had made. Glad I did.

the scrappy chick said...

Girl, you just kill me with your creativity!! I go a week or 2 withoutcatching up on my bloggin' buds and you have been a busy chick!! This is just awesome!

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