Bingo Mania

Y'all are still going strong with your bingo entries. Here's another long list of numbers for Beach Blogger Bingo Round 2. You can view all the Round 2 numbers on the Master Bingo List.

O70 {Daily Pick}
G50 {Courtesy of Dana}
N42 {Courtesy of Holly}
B15 {Courtesy of Kimberly}
B4 {Courtesy of Dottie}
I24 {Courtesy of Mary}
B14 {Courtesy of Erica}
B8 {Courtesy of Amelia}
N45 {Courtesy of Melody}
B11 {Courtesy of Donna}
O62 {Courtesy of Donna}
B5 {Courtesy of Tanis}
I22 {Courtesy of Jennifer}
N32 {Courtesy of Shannan}

As I was trying to catch up on my blog reading last night, I ran across Heather's post on Ribbons and Ink. She had colored a piece of Au Chocolat paper and wanted to know what to do with it. Well, I had a piece of Au Chocolat sitting on my desk, and I thought it looked like a cool idea, so I sat down to make a card using the paper and a neglected set for yesterday's Limited Supply challenge. This set sadly has never seen ink in it's 6 months in my home. Poor neglected set! I started by coloring in my piece of Au Chocolat with Pretty in Pink and Bashful Blue Markers. Next I stamped the Love Ya Bunches image in Timber Brown Stazon on Very Vanilla. I colored the image with Pretty in Pink, Bashful Blue and Certainly Celery markers and prismacolors and Gamsol. I then doodled a frame around it and matted on Chocolate Chip and Bashful Blue.

I adhered the Au Chocolat piece to a Bashful Blue card base and ran it through my Cuttlebug using the Textile folder. Next I added a light pink, and light blue grosgrain knotted bow and added the image panel on thick foam squares. The final touch was just a hint of Stardust Stickles to highlight the image. Nothing too fancy, but I've been sick, so it was a triumph just to be able to finish a card!


  1. Great card! This is one of the first sets I ever used! So pretty. Love the chocolate brown!

    BTW, I got BINGO this morning, but it's not an H, T, X or Blackout. Figures!


  2. I'm amazed at the participation in your game!! Stampers love your Blogger Bingo!! That card is great and what a creative idea, to colour the paper!! Cool!!

  3. This is a gorgeous card. I love the added ink frame around your doodles. I don't think I would have thought to do that.

  4. Bingo!! I have it - yea! I just emailed you. Love the card!

  5. I knew SOMEONE would get a bingo today! That's a lot of numbers! Way to go Julie...
    Let's do round 3!
    (Love the card, btw! Brown is my favourite)

  6. Oh...a bingo already? I was so close again! (Well, my daddy always use to say close is only okay in horseshoes and hand granades!)????

    Good for you Julie M...Julee T... I love your card...what a great way to use the Au Chocolate paper. Adorable

  7. CUTE!!!!! BWT, did I mention...we're getting paper like Au Chocolat in Red and Slate Gray??????

  8. I am still working on my sketch entry!! Boy, it's a good thing I'm not an ambulance driver!! ahahahahaaha

    And COLORING the auchocolate paper......genius!! Your're a genius!!


  9. Here is a card I did using the sketch.

  10. Woo-hoo! Here's mine:

    Thanks for looking!

  11. I believe I have a horiszontal Bingo!! Will that be the winner today?? YEAH!!

  12. Ooohh... I just saw that someone already had it. Drats. :-(

  13. How cute is that colored paper???!

    You so totally ROCK!

    Congrats on the Bingo, Julie M!

  14. ahhh already? I was happy that I was down to two squares to fill....oh well better go cardin'! Way to go Julie!

  15. This has been FUN! - I've really enjoyed working with the sketch.
    Here is my card link:

    Well it looks like I'm gonna have to wait for round 3 now that someone has a Bingo! - Ida

  16. Heather PhillipsJune 23, 2007 at 6:37 PM

    i really like what you did with your Au Chocolat paper and coloring around your doodles! I'm glad I could provide some inspiration :) I finally got back from my trip so I plan to play tomorrow and make some more cards coloring in more of the paper. Have a great rest of your weekend!


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