That's right...SEVEN challenges! OK, well three of the challenge blogs I play at are looking for digital images & just look at this cute guy I found on Dawn Moore's Lost in Paper Scraps site!! Adorable, huh? He lets me play along with the Papertake Weekly & Cupcake Craft Challenge this week, as well as the weekly challenge over at the CardMaker message board (where the colors to go along with a digital image are red, green & brown). Cute Card Thursday's challenge was to use glitter, Crafty Creations challenge was to use snow, and the Belli Challenge was to use a Christmas embellishment. Oh, and last but not least because without the sketch what would my card be...I got my inspiration from Karin's sketch at Just Christmas & Birthday Cards.
Saturday, November 7, 2009
The layout inspiration for this card came from Card Positioning Systems #140. Cute Card Thursday's challenge was to use primary colors...red, yellow & blue. My blue isn't the traditional primary blue, but I really like the sky blue & sunny yellow summer theme. Sort of my "last hurrah" for the season! One Stop Craft challenge is a card for kids and I think this one is appropriate for kids of all ages. I mean, who doesn't like to catch fireflies??
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
I hope when Lori sees this card that she doesn't have a heart attack from the shock!! I got this digi stamp over at Stretch N' Bubbles, where a person could truly become addicted. The layout inspiration for this card came from Just Christmas and Birthdays, and I chose the beverage digi stamp because I didn't have anything for the Cute Card Thursday Challenge.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Newsprint is in order for the One Stop Craft Challenge, and you can see the text in the petals of the flower image I used. Crafty Creations is looking for expressions of gratitude, my "thank you" sentiment is from TAC. My layout inspiration for this card came from Cupcake Craft Challenges, and yes...that's Stampin' Up Old Olive CS & DSP (still plenty leftover from the wedding)! I especially wanted to use the dotted Old Olive for the Papertake Weekly Spots 'n' Stripes challenge.