Monday, 16 January 2012

What will I be when I grow up?

#4 - CEO of a multinational corporation



This is part 4 of an occasional series called "What will I be when I grow up?".  I think it pretty much speaks for itself! :)  The theme over on the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge blog this week is "anything but a card", and since this isn't a card I think it qualifies :)

I designed the Grouch Marx disguise on the computer and cut it out on the Cricut, then got busy with Tim Holtz stamps and Claudine Hellmuth paints! :)

Our ever-generous sponsor Simon Says Stamp is offering a $50 gift voucher as the prize again this week! The winner will be chosen at random from those who enter the challenge, so why not give it a try? At the very least why not head over to the Challenge Blog to see how the other members of the design team have interpreted this weeks theme! :)

11 comments :

Sid said...

Brilliant !!

misteejay said...

What a fun project Dan - love what you've done to that stamp.

Toni xx

janine said...

That is the coolest thing ever!! LOVE IT!!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Love his disguise, very creative. The cricut is something I do not have but noticed you can do quite a lot, tempting. Tracy x

Amy* said...

Fantastic piece of wall art Dan! Like a Modern Warhol...LOVE it!!

Candy C said...

Dan, your piece is really really cool. I love the Groucho Marx disguise on your David. Very effective! Beautifully done! <3 Candy

sutty said...

It's great - love the groucho marks face :)

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

Hi Dan,

I so enjoy your fun and zany style and this week is no exception! Nothing like 'David' with a mustache and glasses!

*mwah*
Steph
Simon Says Stamp

Sarah said...

It is totally brilliant in both thought and design Dan - I love it, especially the hand written nots!

Claireliz said...

This is fab Dan & what a cracking idea for a project.
C xx

Gillian .... said...

Hi Dan, another quirky project, love the Groucho Marx disguise, very creative.

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