Week 4 Challenge Cards

Ok...internet is working! YEAH! So here are the cards from week 4, pages 24 and 25. I will be posting cards from pages 26 and 27 as soon as I receive them from everyone...should be soon!

This is my mom, Kathy's, card. She used the Time Well Spent stamp set. This set has so many different uses! You can earn this set by having a $500 workshop! She also used the double-stitch ribbon in Purely Pomegranate. Very cute! Check out those tiny flowers that she cut out! Now that is some serious crafting!

This is my entry for the week. I also used the Time Well Spent stamp set. I love how the example on page 24 uses the paper piercing tool to make the butterfly's trail! So cute! You coudl also use this to make flower stems! I use the aquapainters and ink from ink pads to color in my images. Check out how well Tempting Turquoise and Purely Pomegranate go together!

This card was submitted by Jeanie, she is a member of one of my scrapbooking clubs! I always forget how cute the Loads of Love stamp set is! I love it! It looks like she used colored pencil to color the image (correct me if I'm wrong). Check out the shading that she used to make the ground...very awesome!!!! Looking forward to more submissions from you Jeanie!

This card is from my Mother-in-Law, Jean. This was my birthday card! Very, very cute! I love how she used the image from Baroque Motifs to make a flower! So cute! What did you use to make your scallop edge? Looks awesome!

A few things I notice this month. 3 out of 4 of us used the Purely Pomegranate double-stitched ribbon....it must be the in thing! But all 4 of us used ribbon. If you don't normally use ribbon on cards, you might think about trying it! It's awesome! Right ladies?!


Anonymous said...

I would have liked to use a different colored ribbon on my card but white was the only thing that I had that matched. I love the Purely Pomegranate. It might have to be on my next order!
I loved everyones cards!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting!
All the cards look great.
Welcome Jeanie--hope to see more of your cards soon!