I'm quite excited. I've been asked to be on the Design Team for the Creative Crew Challenges on Splitcoast for 4 months. This is a challenge for Stampin' Up! demonstrators!
Here are the projects I created for this month's 4 challenges. Hope you come play along. You can find the challenge here and the challenge gallery here for all the projects.
I made this baby card for the Queen for the Day Challenge from last week! Just getting the card made tonight! You can come play along with the Queen for the Day Challenge here.
I paper pieced the duck (stamped on yellow and cut out and glued onto the white stamped image).
I used two types of patterned paper, both razzleberry and some wisteria twine to match the base color.
I can't believe I didn't even texture anything, although I did use my Big Shot for the Top Note piece.
I'm home on a sick day with my son, so I have some time to make cards!! (I'm not neglecting him, he's feeling mostly better now and playing happily!)
I took two challenges - color challenge and a layout and made 2 different cards with some of the same elements. The color challenge is from Splitcoast from last week - more mustard, old olive and midnight must (I also used very vanilla).
The layout is from Retrosketches. I made one vertical and one horizontal.
I made this one to be a male birthday card. I used chevron embossing and a glimmer brad. See how I cut the framelit shape (green) to be only behind the top half.
For this one I embossed with pewter the music notes in the background. The flower is 3 layers cut out and popped up on each other. I embossed on the flag strips and also used my new Simply Scored plate for some scoring patterns on the bottom of the card. Added two buttons to finish it off.
I embossed the big heart image with PEWTER! Then I wheeled the music, then I added some color and blended with blender pens. The edges are ripped and I added some silver paper and a ribbon. The sentiment oval is popped up.