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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

New HA Challenge...

My DH took my older daughter to gymnastics tonight... So I snuck off to my little craft area and worked on 2 cards for the challenge going on at Hero Arts this week... http://heroarts.com/blogs/club/2008/08/11/motivating-monday-with-a-sketch-and-switch-a-roo/ .

This week the challenge is they provide different sketches and you design to the sketch. I have a confession to make... I am not very good at this... I think if I was a writer I wouldn't know the end of my story until I got there. That's how my card designs work. :)

The second challenge I incorporated into one of my cards comes from the following site http://www.embellish-online.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=66 and Daniela http://danieladobson.blogspot.com/ . I love what she creates.

Here are my 2 attempts at the challenge/s:

Jungle Jungle is for the Daniela's challenge and Tuesday's Sketch on Hero Arts...



Recipe:

Nothing special here. I used a package of paper I received from Archiver's for free. Meaning I spent enough money to give me a free pack of paper. :)

I used the coordinating papers and stamped the fun animals from Hero Arts and cut them out. I then punched varying sized circles in the same coordinating papers.

Pulled a couple of stamps for the sayings. The inside says Hang in there. I know this card probably should have been a baby card. But we are in that in between age where no-one we know is having babies anymore or getting married.

Products:



  • Hero Arts Clear Design - Playful Animals

  • Stampendous! - K099 Hang in There, C197 It's a Jungle

  • Buttons - Autumn Leaves, Basic Greay

  • Ribbon - Unknown

  • Marvy Uchida - Punches (Circles)


Always and Forever is for Monday's Sketch on the Hero Arts Challenge:





Recipe:


  1. Background created by stamping rose using Memento Dye Ink.

  2. Cuttlebug Embossed Vellum

  3. Using Chalk Ink lightly brushed the embossed part of the vellum with the purple chalk ink.

  4. Assemble as pictured.

Products:



  • Hero Arts - H3806 Watercolor Rose

  • Memento Dye Ink - New Sprout

  • Ribbon - Unknown

  • Prima Flowers

  • Buttons - Autumn Leaves, Basic Grey

  • Cuttlebug Embossing Folder - Textured Textile

  • Hero Arts - Always & Forever Stamp

  • Versamagic - Chalk Ink - Purple Hydrangea

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful cards! I like the soft color scheme a lot!

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