Wednesday, September 30, 2009

*More Challenges!*

Thanks to Tracy, I got busy last night and made three cards... and then made another this afternoon after having a lovely chat and tea with Shannon and Hailey.

See, Tracy posted about a challenge blog she found and I figured that since I was only four weeks behind, I could catch up and play!

And I did!

Go me!

The new challenge won't be posted until Saturday so I'm even ahead of the game now!

I started with the first challenge and made my way through four different sketches posted by Cindy Haffner. For the month of October, Vicki Garrett will be posting the challenges. They don't have to do sketches so I am curious to see what Vicki makes us do!

The blog is called Crazy 4 Challenges... they will post new challenges each Saturday, and each month a different person will host the challenges. Sounds intriguing!

So, I give to you... my take on C4C1!

I told you I wanted to use this colour combo again... I just love it! I also like how any colour combination can be changed up to create such a different result. This card looks so different from the card I posted yesterday.

The challenge was a tent card, and I decided to make mine 5.5" square... the card itself is a stand size with the flower on top creating the extra height.

I used all Stampin' Up! cardstock on this... Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Taken with Teal. I added a sentiment from the Best Yet set in Onyx Black VersaFine ink. I used the Blossom Nestabilities and ran the Razzleberry layer through the Big Shot with the Swiss Dots Cuttlebug Folder. The white layer was run through with the D'vine Swirl folder.

I am quite pleased with how this card turned out.

Tune in tomorrow to see the next card in the challenge!

See ya!!


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4 comments:

Tracy.H said...

Looks great!! I love her sketches! :0)

StampOwl said...

love it

Merlie said...

You go girl! I love that sketch and your card is beautiful.

Jennifer Talley said...

I really like this color combo! Great job!