Hello all! It’s the beginning of a new challenge week over at Penny’s! Our anything goes challenges is up for you to play along and we have 2 wonderful sponsors this week!
Paper Creator is again sponsoring us this week, and we are also very happy to have All Dressed Up as well!
My card for this week is using this image from Paper Creator called How about a Hug! I just thought that the image was really adorable and it could, again, be a really versatile image. I love that they are pre-colored!
I challenged myself this week to just use the things that were already on my desk!
so I paired it wish some textured cardstock that have these great swiss dots on them. I also used the Spring 6×6 pack from Echo Park and some cute little Doodlebug sprinkles. I added the sentiment just from some fonts that I already had in my computer. I didn’t want to make this too embellished as I am sending it in the mail to a friend!
I hope you like it and be sure to stop by the blog so that you can see what the rest of the Design Team has come up with to inspire you this week!
Morning all! I am fresh-ly back from an amazing weekend spent with the uber-talented ladies of Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine and their 2nd annual Crop & Create Calgary. What an amazing time and the love and inspiration these ladies share with us is just incredible, not to mention their AMAZING sponsors!
Today for our Spring is in the Air Challenge on the Use Your Stuff blog I want to share a layout that I created over the weekend in Vicki Boutin’s Cluster’s, Bubbles and Layers, Oh My! Class. In this class, Vicki walked us through some fun techniques for creating little clusters and adding dimension with layers and (your friend) foam dots! We used an amazing kit of papers and embellishments from Pink Paislee’s Moonstruck collection. This collection is not normally colors that I work with but after creating some amazing layouts I really do love it!
This is the single layout that we created and I thought that those beautiful fussy cut flowers are a perfect indicator of spring. We used an awesome technique with black paint and dishsoap – blowing bubbles (so much fun!) that you can see on the white cardstock layer.
” more like a snow cone than a volcano”– Vicki Boutin
” Blossom to Awesome” – Vicki Boutin
This layout also used a bunch of rub ons from the collection (I had forgotten how much fun rub ons can be) as well as some of the ephemera pack!
I hope you like the layout, and I hope you will play along with our challenge. Be sure to click on the link attached to Vicki’s name above so that you can check out her artist page on FB where she will be highlighting some techniques, tutorials and just fun with her new Vicki Boutin Line with American Crafts! Woohoo! We got to see and play with some of these at C&C and they are freaking fantastic!
Thanks for stopping by!
Playing along with Mojo Monday’s sketch today!
This sketch is pretty layer heavy which for me is great because I love layers.
I have a big box of loose papers, some that are mine, and some that I got from swaps and such. I really wanted to start getting this box down, so I used some papers for this challenge. I don’t know where they are from as I think I got them in a swap.
I made two cards, basically the same but with a slight variation. I hope you like it and don’t forget to play along!
Stamps: Stampin’ Up
Twine: Maya Road
Die Cuts: Spellbinders
Embossing Folder: Darice
I’ve entered into these other challenges as wel
Ooh La La Creations: Embossing (Wet or Dry)
Hey there! It’s a new challenge from our new DT member Beth on the Use Your Stuff blog! Her challenge is to use your favorite punches on your project.
I have this heart punch that I bought at a garage sale years ago for like a dime! It’s one of my favorites because it just adds a pop of color to a layout or card…just a little finishing touch.
Here is my layout for you this week. I have been trying to use up the kits that I have and have been putting together and this one is made from the Yes, Please line from Amy Tangerine for American Crafts! I love the colors in this line!
Be sure to stop by the blog and join in on the fun!
It’s a new challenge day at Red Carpet Studio and I am hosting this week~ My Challenge is based on a movie that I love
In this 1964 beloved musical, pompous phonetics professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) is so sure of his abilities that he takes it upon himself to transform a Cockney working-class girl into someone who can pass for a cultured member of high society. His subject turns out to be the lovely Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn), who agrees to speech lessons to improve her job prospects. Higgins and Eliza clash, then form an unlikely bond — one that is threatened by an aristocratic suitor (Jeremy Brett).
THE CHALLENGE: CREATE A “GIRLY” PROJECT WITH LOTS OF LAYERS.
I still have a lot of product left from the American Crafts Dear Lizzy Neapolitan set that I won a long time ago. I thought that it would be a great set to use for this challenge. It has all kinds of fun embellishments and paper. I also really love the colors. I used a sketch that I found on Pinterest. It’s from Scrap Paper Scissors! A great little sketch!
Make sure you stop by the blog and check out the awesome project that the rest of DT has created for you, and to enter to win a great prize from Linnie Blooms