I had my husband pick a stamp from my stamp box which is perfect for a Halloween card! Entered this into card challenge: Day 280 – Pick 4 Me: Stamp from 365 Cards!
Used Stampin’ Up! Primrose Petals with Stampin’ UP! DSP. I love square cards so this challenge was a must-do for 365 Cards: Day 277 – 1 Card Squared! Added some butterflies using embossed Baked Brown Sugar.
I used spellbinders for the frame, scallop and circle shapes and stamps from a set I just got. Also used Stampin’ Up! cardstock and DSP!
Card was entered into these card challenges:
This card was created and entered in these card challenge blogs:
I really love using Rich Razzleberry from Stampin’ Up! and glad it sticking around for 2013! This card was originally made for Fusion Card Challenge ~ Hypothesis #14. I also used Stampin’ Up! DSP and Whisper White cardstock.
Have a very neutral birthday! I used Stampin’ Up! Crumb Cake card stock as the base, Very Vanilla cardstock and used heat embossing technique and Tim Holtz Walnut Stain distress ink to create this background. The brown ribbon gives it that kind of French memo board feel to it.
I think I could totally become addicted to making cards for challenges!
Entered to these card challenges:
When I was blog surfing recently, I came across a blog called Crafting Creatures and was blown away at the work that must have gone into this gorgeous card (tip: click on Crafting Creatures to see it). After staring at it for a long while and watching a few you tube videos (naturally I didn’t want to do it wrong!), I decided to incorporate this technique in my cards. I probably should also mention that I have been exploring exploding box cards which look like presents and are beautiful and fun to make! I created this card for a card challenge at Crafty Cardmakers which is another fabulous site I found surfing for blogs to read so check them out!
- Quilling wiki (souqa3.wordpress.com)