Thursday, November 28, 2013

What is Dr. John Thinking?

Dr. John (While reading the news): Hey, did you hear that the local Home Depot is in the news..?
V: WHAT!? How could that be!?
Dr. John: Apparently the paint department is really popular...but their actual sales are poor.
V: VERY funny.....LOL

Well, I am not banned from the paint section...so here we go again! Hope you are not getting tired of them! I took photos of my creating process...
Ta-da!
merry christmas
Supplies: SRM stickers (sentiment), paint chips, ( Let It Snow) Lawn Fawn Stamps 
 note: this card is a child's play! It's a kid-friendly project!
I have the Inlinkz collection of all my paint chip cards. You are most welcome to link up yours if you are inspired to make any. I'd LOVE to check it out! Thanks for stopping by!

29 comments:

Dawn Turley said...

Fabulous Virginia. I really need to go and gets some paint chips and try this out.

alexandra s.m. said...

Hahahahaha....well, I love your card Virginia!
so I hope you don't get arrested next time you raid the local Home Depot!

Hugs~

sandie said...

you are a paint chip queen! I am loving the sequins in this card x

Karen said...

so fun...I need to go and get me some paint chips!

Sheila H said...

Love the conversation and the card! Your paint chip tree is fabulous, especially with the sequins and dots in the background :)

Karen said...

ps...I thought of you when I saw this.
http://www.whimsy-love.com/2008/10/paint-sample-notebook-tutorial.html

JanR said...

Definitely my fave paint chip card yet. It's fabulous!

Lynn said...

Love your hubby! This tree is fabulous!

Tracey McNeely said...

This is truly so fabulous Virginia! No worries it hasn't hit the paper here is Oshawa yet!!

Jennifer said...

Too funny! This card is awesome and looks beautiful. Love how seriously simple this card was...you're right, child's play!

~amy~ said...

LOL!
Love your Christmas Tree!

Harriet said...

Virginia....you sure do inspire me, thank you.

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Love your Christmas tree! Fabulous collection, so Virginia! And I like Dr John sense of humor. TFS

conil said...

Yes, I'm a thief and I'm stealing this awesome idea. You're a genius.

lenny said...

Tired of these .... NO!!! Love your "paint chip card series"!! Keep 'em coming!
Love this X-mas tree too!!

Miriam Prantner said...

You are so right! These really are kid friendly.....I think I might have to go to Home Depot! Hope that you hare having a wonderful day up there! I'm about ready to eat.... ;)

Barb Ghig said...

That's it...tomorrow, I'm going to Home Depot! I have been so inspired by your projects, just too lazy to 'go for it'! And this card is so adorable, I may just have to CASE it :-) I love how you created your background with all that sparkly goodness, and your sentiment is just perfect!

Please tell Dr. John, he is too funny! And, that he is not allowed to tell Home Depot what's going on!!!

Greta said...

Love seeing these in one place--thanks, Virginia! I have some chips, but still haven't used them. You've inspired me to give it a go!

Cindy C. said...

Another fabulous entry to your brilliant Paint Chip card collections! Well done Virginia!!

Pamela said...

You are just amazing with paint chips!! Luckily our family isn't banned from the paint department :P When I was just starting out, my mom and I would always go there to "borrow" some paint chips XD

Linda R said...

How creative. I just love seeing what you do with your Paint Chip cards. Love this one..

Hugs~

Laura B. said...

Never get tired of your paint chip projects or your alcohol ink ones either! Awesome ideas!

Katie Gehring said...

Virginia, your paint chip projects are so inspiring that I feel the need to tag-along on the hubby's next trip to Lowes! Great idea to get the kiddos involved too! :)

chrystinanoel.com said...

Hahahaha, that's awesome. I discovered that I had a thing for paint samples in high school. After the school day was done my friends and I (in our school uniforms, plaid skirt and all) would drive to Home Depot and go through the paint samples. I eventually collected all of them - I even gave one to my prom date one year when he was trying to match my dress. Ridiculous, I know. That's what crafty people do though :)

Robin said...

Love the paint chip card cards. What a clever idea. Have to run to Home Depot soon.

Bethany Stellpflug said...

I love how you use paint chips! The backround on this is gorgeous! I love the sequins!

Maureen Morton said...

You BOTH make me smile, Virginia! Glad you enjoy yourself and keep us in the loop. Fun card with poppin' colors!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

ha! Dr. John is funny! :)

Wida said...

I love this card!!!!! Pinning :)