Saturday, January 28, 2012

HDH MM, Kraft Journal, WW ATC Reminder and JSL

Hello everyone!  I just love Saturdays.  :)

I combined 2 challenges today to come up with this card for the:


My Kraft map DP is from Tim Holtz - mermaid image is from Dilly Beans, printed on Kraft cardstock and colored with Prismacolor pencils and mineral spirits.  I added gray pearl stickers to her hair and black pearl stickers behind her.  I tied some twine around the whole thing and spritzed with Spun Sugar Smooch Spritz.
Please check out my reminder post at:

 I made an Alice in Wonderland ATC for today's post - head on over to see what the rest of the DT did and to link up your own ATC!
And I also wanted to remind you that we have a new challenge for you at:

You do NOT have to use a JSL image to play, but you do get an extra chance at winning if you do.  Come join us!
Have a great weekend, my friends!  Peace.


  1. Awesome map project! Very aged and piratey.
    Thanks for joiing us this week at HDH!

  2. You have been a busy girl. The mermaid on the map is great work. Thanks for playing along with macabre monday this week xx

  3. Love how you've distressed that map, Jenn. And did you know that mermaids actually were BAD ASS and lured sailors to their deaths? I can see it in her eyes. LOL Thanks for joining us for MM at HDH. Love your ATC, too. Hey, for some reason my email to get my badge from last week came back to me. Hope to play along this week too. xxD

  4. hi there! LOVE your Macabre mermaid and map card! Bonus: thanks for the reminder...gotta get creating for that challenge :)
    So in love with you Alice card too :)

  5. Love your cards Jenn - great "Get Lost" creation!!

  6. Fabulous creation for the Get Lost challenge. Love that little mermaid and the distressed map is awesome. Thank you for joining us for Macabre Monday at HDH
    Ike xxxxxxxxxxx

  7. Great get lost project.... cute sweet. Thanks for sharing with us at HDH this week.
    BD x

  8. What a fun map project! I love the distressing and that mermaid is a great addition! Thanks for joining us at The Kraft Journal this week!