Here are the latest entries...hope you enjoy them as much as we have.
Deanne has designed a card with
quilled flowers on the corner.
Love the interesting detail of the faux
stitching on the side too and the
distressed edge on the patterned paper.
We see again the use of the Martha Stewart punch on Liz's card. The Prima flowers look like they are resting on a garden fence, very springlike. She's added great detail with the scoring along the top of her card too.
Evelyn designed her card using scraps from her stash! Now isn't this a great way to put them together. This same technique could be used on a scrapbook page too, creating your own paper.
Raquel has been playing! Raquel is one of our customers from far. Living in Kitchener, she came up last Saturday to pick up her new Cuttlebug and we had a lovely visit. As you can see, she's been having some fun with it. Love the way she's put the Fleur de Lis folder and stamp together. The little teal ribbon on the bottom really adds a lovely contrast colour on the white.
Christine is another one of our customers from not just far, but wide. Living in England, we craft together via Skype. (Love that program!)
She makes many different styles of cards, this cute child's card fits the bill for the challenge with the orange flower accent on the greeting.
Well there you are for now. I know another customer is working on a mini album and hopes to be done in time for Monday. For now we have 20 entries for the challenge. If you're teetering on the edge, or think you don't know how to blog, get in touch with us, we'll help you through the process. You don't have to know about blogging and we can take a photo of whatever you've made if the technology is overwhelming to you. Linda plans on having her camera at the store on Monday for anyone that needs a photo of their entry taken.
For now....Happy Crafting.