Saturday, 16 June 2012

Goth Girl - What's A Goth?

I found a new challenge this week called Poisoned Peas, and their challenge theme this time around is Goth/Emo. Now I'm not entirely sure what one of them is, but when I asked the brains of the family he said lots of black & dah... use your Goth Girl stamp by Sugar Nellie, (ain't he clever!)

... so that's what I did! With basic grey paper, PB sentiment and a ribbon.


Challenges;
Made Especially For You - Lovely sketch
Poisoned Peas - Goth

My other two bits of news today are that I visited the new craft shop in Oldmeldrum called The Bee's Knees. That was fun, lots of lovely goodies a great coffee shop and an interesting demo off Erica Gunter of Snappy Crafts. I will be back there soon, (& often!)

Also, Tommy-Cat is ok. He was at the vet on Thurs after not being able to walk properly. On Fri he had an X-Ray and they decided he had tendon damage in his right ankle area. He was in a foul mood last night when we got him back home, he's an outside cat and despite clearly being under the influence of anesthetic gas he was determined to get outside. This he did under supervision in the latter part of the evening, but when the wailing started up again at 5am I let him out & he was gone! After a very worrying day, and many searches, he pitched up in the early evening, still limping, but much happier. He is now settled on the sofa after giving himself a bath.

13 comments:

Lisa Jane said...

ooh love that image and i think you captured the goth look perfectly . Glad kitty is ok
Lisa x

Erika said...

Great to put a face to a cyber blog, love your card too,Goth girl is such a great image. Have a great Sunday, hugs Erika.

WeirdCat said...

Great card, love the woodgrain background. I love your smiley cat and am glad he made it home safe

Eileen said...

Great card ... I love the colour theme and how it works so well with that digi! Thanks for sharing with us at Made Especially For You!

Cards by Alison said...

Glad your cat is ok and starting to get better. Your card is fab you have the goth part to perfection. Love Alison xx

happyscrapper said...

Honey you rocked the goth. This is fabulous. Thanks for joining us at PPP.
Hugz,
Christine

Arcy Scraps said...

You did an awesome job with the sketch! Glad to hear Tommy-Cat is okay :-)
Thanks for joining us at ME4Y!
♥ Cyndy

Laura said...

such a great card and i love that stamp! thanks for joining us at MEFY!

Helen said...

Fab card - your colouring is awesome!
Helen x

bewaredarkshadows said...

You did a great job with the Goth! Thanks for joining us at PPP. Please join us again often. Hugs~Patti (PPP DT)

Kristina said...

Your cat's face is just too funny looking here!! It makes me LOL! Your shopping trip sounds great! I wanna go LOL! How clever that the "Brains" of your family knows that you have a "Goth Girl stamp by Sugar Nellie" I am going to go out on a limb and say this brainy person must be your hubby? I find it fascinating that he knows this. But I do think that it is cool that he does know this.
You made a comment about not knowing what Goth is. In a slight way it can mean anything you want it to mean, because it is a word thrown around in today society to mean different things. Ie: the way one dresses, the music they listen to or lots of black like your husband said. Goth is a type of architect Ie: Gothic Arches, buildings ect...
Emo on the other hand is not really Goth. Emo is short for emotional, which was started by kids calling other kids who dress in black, have different colored hair and looks sad all the time "emo" not that an emotionally disturbed kid has different colors in there hair all the time. There's just a quick fyi.
Thank you for playing at PPP's challenge #4 Goth/Emo!
Peace,
KristyLee
(PPP DT)

Sarah's Little Snippets said...

I love your sugar nellie image and the way you've coloured her ~ your card looks great! Tommy-cat is lovely :) and he must be on the mend if you can't keep him inside...Sarah x

Julia said...

Great card! Love the image and your coloring. Thanks for joining Poisoned Peas Pleas. Hugs, Julia