I have been waiting for an opportunity to use my new Flourishes Beauty within stamp set with my spellbinders labels dies. I just had my Bridal shower and am now making thank-you cards to all the ladies and this challenge was a perfect starting point.
I had so much fun this past week attempting two challenges that I decided to try and complete three for this week. So keeping with this goal in mind I figured it was best to start early. Anyone for Anya has a sketch challenge this week. One of the hardest parts for me is to put everything cohesively together when it comes to cards so this challenge was perfect. I just had to pick the paper and image...they did the hardest part for me.
This is my first time trying the Anything for Anya challenge although I have been a fan for quite some time. I sometimes find it intimidating after seeing such wonderful creations from the design team but I figured what the heck, give it a shot. It gives me a reason to get out my copics and create. I hope to start making it a weekly thing.
Doodlebug Designs Inc Cherry pie plaid paper
My Mind's Eye Mary Mary "Happy Birthday" Grown up paper
CC designs Cupcake Kiki La Rue and Summer sentiments stamps
Basic Bazzill paper in lime green, hot pink, brown, and white
This is the first online challenge I am attempting and hopefully not my last. With life being so hectic I don't have tons of time to try these challenges although I droll over the design teams' ideas each week. I felt it was time I gave it a go. I was inspired by Imaginisce's Splash Dance paperline and so I went from there to create a cute card using one of my favourite stamps from CC Design.
Materials I used were:
Imaginisce Splash Dance: Bubble Bash paper
Bazzill Bling paper in orange
Bazzill basic cardstock in white
Diecuts with a view cardstock in turqouise
CC Design Mermaid Emma and Beach sentiments Stamps
I made my own personal challenge last night to create an stylish organization system using product from my favourite scrapbook store in hopes of it being put on display there. Friends and family alike call me an organization freak and so I decided to stop fighting that stereotype and just use it to create.
I used a Karen Foster design it drawer unit along with some of my favourite Tim Holtz distressing tools (Alcohol inks, film strip ribbon, ornamental tags, fragments) and Bo Bunny's Mamarazzi paper line to create this masterpiece.