Saturday, June 15, 2013

Drunken Stampers Challenge #132 - Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Happy Happy Saturday!!! Time for another Drunken Stampers challenge!!!

I don't know if it's my British parents or my warped sense of humour...but I just LOVE Monty Python. When Kevinator and I first started dating we went to NYC to see was freakin' fantastic!! The coconuts...the knights who say NI...the killer rabbit...muahhhhh ha ha ha ha 

Be sure to check out the DRUNKEN STAMPERS BLOG for all the details on this week's challenge and to check out the awesome creations from the Bahama Mamas.

Like all the challenges this term, you have options for inspiration, this time around you can either use The Holy Grail or rabbits. I chose a bit of both.

For the bottom layer I used a piece of sanded cherry cobbler core-dinations cardstock (SU). I used the Union Jack stamp from Tim Holtz "London Sights" stamp set and coloured it with cherry cobbler (SU) and faded jeans (Tim Holtz) markers.

The challice is made from the extra large and small oval punches (SU) using kraft core core-dinations cardstock (Tim Holtz).

I used the small oval punch (SU) for the bunny ears and hands and added the dripping blood with the cherry cobbler marker (SU).

Added some bling and voila...killer bunny hiding in the holy grail challice on an ATC :)

You have until 11:59 pm on Friday June 21 to upload your project for this challenge to the Drunken Stampers blog...who knows...maybe YOU will be our next Life of the Party!!


Chris D. said...

Shut the front door! Donna you ROCK! The chalice and bunny ears made from oval dies?! That is freakin' brilliant!! Love your ATC!!

VaryScrappy (Shannon) said... it Donna!

Jen said...

Love the card! :)

Jessi Fogan said...

shut UP this is brilliant! And bloody! And bloody brilliant :D LOVE IT!!!

Scrapbook Lynne said...

Oooh RABBIT EARS! I get it now (I thought they were Eggs, Giggle) Super Card Donna!!! I too LOVE Monty Python... I think it's the British heritage in my Canadian genes... and I LOVE your take on this