PWC164 No Markers- Paper Pretties http://paperprettiesblog.blogspot.com/
Challenge 54 Anything goes- Paper craft star http://www.papercraftstar.blogspot.com/
On this card I had to make a shape, it had to be summery, and couldn't use markers, so I used gel pens. Its pretty plain, not sure what I can do to give it a little bit of pizazz, but I feel it needs something.
Not another challenge card! Okay, so I am addicted. lol I start something/anything and if I like it, I'll go hog wild. Then after awhile I usually find something new today. Ah, but for now, I'm liking these challenges. :)
This digital image is a freebie from Happileigh Scrappin Challenge Blog http://hlscfreebies.blogspot.com/I am entering it into their challenge. This card was kind of difficult to do and I had to do it twice to get it right. Shaped card Challenge - I made this card in the shape of the digital image. Kinda cool huh? It stands up perfectly too. YAY! Her image is so cute, love that ladybug.
I am also entering this at Simon Says http://simonsaysstampschallenge.blogspot.com in their shaped card challenge.
I am entering this at : flashback Fridays 13.0 http://flashbackfridaychallenge.blogspot.com/2011/07/last-day-for-flashback-friday.html
I entered this in 2 challenges: The challenge over at Sweet Stampin http://sweetstampinchallengeblog.blogspot.com is to make a card with fashion as the theme. I made a shoe card at first on the left. Then I decided to make "it's a girl thing" bookmark. I added pink gems to it, and decided thats exactly what my card needed too. So I added those in the photo to the right. (my gem fell off my bookmark in the photo, but its fixed now) :)
I entered this at : http://stampchallenges.blogspot.com/ for their embellishment challenge.
I was checking out the challenges for inspiration today and ended up making a really cute card combining a few of them.
I am entering my card in the following 4 challenges:
- Hiding in my craftroom Hiding in My Craft Room CHallenge 4- something old something new -Old was my patterned paper -New was my embossing folder that I used on the grass
Colorful Creations July blog challenge Colorful Creations: July Blog Challenge Use stripes and flowers and the saying... Summertime, and the living is easy! I used green stripe paper, and embossed it with flowers.
This was a fun card to create and easy to do. I used blue cardstock, white cardstock, and a polka dot paper. Blue gems (sorry I forget which company) For my ribbons- they are actually empty tape dot rolls that I cut in long strips and curled with my scissors.
I am entering it into the following challenge: The Big Day challenge at : http://sameoldscrap.blogspot.com/2011/07/big-day.html
This cute digi image is from Claire, isn't it just adorable? I am entering it in the Christmas in July challenge at http://jellyparkchallenges.blogspot.com/2011/07/jellypark-friends-first-challenge.html
This morning I had an empty saltine box and almost through it away. Then I thought about all the things I could use it for. A small garbage box on my desk to take care of the little pieces of paper after I cut them. A scraps box, and then it came to me, I need a chipboard box, for all the small pieces of chipboard I have. PERFECT!
I got out my paper, and the clear tape and away I went working on the box. Easy Peasy! Once it was covered in paper, it needed embellishments.
I used things that I won in blog candy. The butterfly, the ribbon, the flower, even the brad and tag were won from blog candy. (thank you my crafty blog friends)
Oh my goodness I have been having a ball with all of these challenges. What a wonderful way to get inspiration for new creations.
I started this card with one challenge in mind. That was the challenge at :http://comeandgetitchallenges.blogspot.com/ The challenge was to make a 9 1/4 inch card by 4 inch Weird dimensions huh? Well as it turns out it fits perfectly into a business sized envie so thats why this size.
First I took the sketch and put it on inkscape to make my design. Then I designed the lady, and cut it out on my cricut. I like my design in inkscape much better than my final product so Im gonna show both. LOL
There is a fun challenge going on over at http://crafts4eternity.blogspot.com its called a 3-2-1 challenge. You have to take 3 of something 2 of something and 1 of something and put it on your project. For this card I used : 3 candle felties by Sassafras the party time pack. 2 presents felties by Sassafras the party time pack. 1 itty bitty blossom on my tag by Bazzill collection.
Make sure you stop by their blog and give it a try, it was a lot of fun.
Rocket card- This card was made for the Pumpkin Spice DT application. I'm supposed to mention my favorite paper co. I can't say that I have one. I use tons of them. BoBunny, Recollections, Sassafras, ColorBok, and the list goes on and on and on.. I'm a paper nut. I really love textured cardstock but haven't bought any for awhile, guess thats on my next shopping trip. Okay, back to my card
- BoBunny Blast Off Collection
- Rocket svg file
- True living adhesive mounting squares
-Blue and Orange card stock
If you are interested in purchasing this file please email me at ShersL84bed@aol.com with Rocket file in the subject line. Please let me know if you would like the digi stamp or the svg file.
I chose to make a snowglobe card with a butterfly theme for Summer. I had no idea what I was going to make with this butterfly that I won at a blog hop but thought it was so cute, so when this summer challenge, came along, I thought it was perfect! For the scraps challenge, I used what little bit of brown patterned paper that I had left over. I love the design, and won that paper also. Thank you to all you crafters who post challenges, and hops and giveaways.
I have the svg file available along with the digi stamp file available for $3.50 for the snowglobe. The svg file cuts in 5 pieces. The outer card, the background, the globe, and the two pieces for the base of the globe.
If you are interested in purchasing this file of the snowglobe or the digi stamp of the snowglobe please email me at ShersL84bed@aol.com