Sunday, February 6, 2011

Super Layers

Super Bowl Sunday! Whoop Whoop! I'm not a big football fan but my boss is from Wisconsin - so in order for a happy Monday - I'll be rooting on the Packers.

I'll be attending the Super Bowl party on campus. I promised to take photos of the boys who are participating in the Super Nacho Eating Contest. Two weeks ago it was the Monster Pancake Eating Contest. Four big strapping college 'boys' competed to see who could completely devour a two pound pancake cooked on a 14"  pizza pan in the shortest amount of time. Add about a gallon of maple syrup and for the reigning champ Tony...well he was given a 'food handicap' of a layer of 21 sausage patties and you have a hilarious college memory.

There were several techniques employed...Parker used his fork for the first three bites, then employed the 'just use your hands and shove it into your mouth' method. Tony used gulps of water to assist with the downing of the prepared breakfast batter and assumed a standing position to facilitate creating digestive room. The winner quietly and steadily forked his way to the prize.

Today is an opportunity for another winner to become KING of the Super Bowl Super Nacho Eating Contest. I'll keep you posted on the results.

I went 'stampless' for this one and opting for layers of 'stuff'.


Simple Layers
~Base card Papertrey Ink - Kraft
~PTI Ocean Tides - smudged with Hero Arts Shadow Ink Soft Sand - with layer of lace
~K & Company Life's Journey
~Corner 'clump': pieces of 'vintage' seam binding, Prima polka dot flower smudged slightly with Hero Arts Shadow Ink Soft Sand, beige Prima flower smudged with Tim Holtz Distress Ink Vintage, chipboard star, K & Company die cut pre-printed circle, metal brown brad, repurposed necklace
Challenges
Jugs - sketch
Etsy Inspired - Daisy Petal Designs
Little Claire's Designs - anything goes
Creative Belli Blog - use jewelry

Thank you for clicking by.
Nancy in Iowa

13 comments:

  1. College boys - gotta love em! Hope they don't get sick shoveling in all the food :-) Love the stampless card with lots of "STUFF" piled on - well done!! Thanks for playing along with JUGS this week - we appreciate your Having fun with our sketch!

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  2. Just lovely. Great winter tones!

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  3. Oh how PRETTY!!! Great job with the sketch! Thanks so much for playing along with JUGS!!!

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  4. Beautiful card, I just love that lace and the flower. Thanks for joining us at Creative Belli this time.

    Hugs
    Tamara

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  5. Wow, so pretty! I love the colors in this and the way you layered the flower, ribbon and chipboard. GORGEOUS!

    Thanks for playing EtsyInspired this week!

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  6. Nice job on the vintage look. Great way to use an old necklace. Thanks for sharing on the Belli challenge.

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  7. *swoon* I love this! I especially adore your upcycle of the necklace! Thanks so much for playing with Just Us Girls this week!

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  8. Very pretty card and I love the subtle colors!

    Thanks so much for getting sketchy with JUGS this week!

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  9. Gorgeous flower and ribbon. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Etsy Inspired. :)

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  10. your pancake story is a hoot-love yoru card as well-thanks for sharing it with us at the creative belli jewelry challenge

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  11. THIS is positively STUNNING use of that fabby JUST US GIRLS sketch {!} and your super coice of materials and color = purrrrrr* purrrrrrrrrr* MEOOOOWWWWWW! Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with the JUGS! Yipeeeee!

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  12. Your card is very beautiful! I love the colors...thanks for playing with Etsy this week!!!

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