C4C 403 Sketch Challenge

Come join us for this weeks sketch challenge!

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C4C – 402 Make it with Glitter!

    This week over at Crazy4Challenges the theme is “Use lots of glitter”.  The very first time I went to the big Craft Expo I took a workshop that was called “Make your own Glitter Paper”.  I was fascinated with that title.  Actually, it turned out to be the class where I first heard…

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C4C 401 By the Sea

‘ This weeks challenge over at Crazy4Challenges was to use the ocean or the beach as our inspiration.  A while back I found a card that I loved and wanted to make one like it.  Here is Beverly Polen’s card: So this was the perfect time to give this a try.  I already had very…

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C4C 400 Make a Card to Cheer Up Someone

Well, coffee and anything chocolate always does the trick for me! Joset Designs for Elizabeth Craft Designs makes the cutest die sets.  I have collected them for a while now.  I used four of her sets for this card: I always start most projects by cutting out a lot of stuff: The base card measures 5.5″…

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C4C398

A card for Jeanine Over at Crazy 4 Challenges this week our theme is “Monochromatic” like shades of blue, green or in my case, shades of purple.  You can accent with white or black. This card was made for the other hairdresser in the salon we work at, Jeanine!  Last week, my premier week as…

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A Background scene made entirely with stencils!

  I was so inspired by one of Susan Tierney Cockburn’s own creations that I went right over to Elizabeth Craft Designs and bought all the stencils, (ones I didn’t have) that were on sale.  Which was a fab surprise!  The picture below is Susan’s card. Yes, I know mine is pitiful next to hers!  But,…

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A Freshly Made Card Challenge 295

So the above is the sketch for this week’s challenge.  I had just colored up this adorable digital stamp from Dr. Digi called “Snow Fun”. So I decided to cut out the image using a die from Elizabeth Craft Designs “1116 – Stitched Circles”.  I added a border around the circle’s edge stopping at the “stitching”…

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