Good Morning Ladies,
Its Sunday again and you know what that means?!!!….
Yes it's the best day of the week, where we get to see all of your hard work, as usual your cards are all amazing and I can't wait to share them.
Cheryl has had a really busy week, she has made some amazing, the first three are beautiful Christmas cards, here is Cheryl's description......
"The inking is your favourite Berry Burst and Mix and Match Christmas Blessings. The ribbon is from my SW blog win in 2015. Hoarded or what? It matched the pink and Brown tones of the paper. Xx"
The last card is a fantastic Birthday card, in shades of blue, its amazing how great 'Bit Box' cards can be. I love this lay out Cheryl.
Thank you so much for your huge input into this weeks challenge. xxxx
Danielle rummaged through her and came up with this super cute Snowman card, that snowman is so amazing, just look at all the detail, including the Holly on his hat and the odd bits of the 'Sprig' Punch that makes very convincing Mistletoe.
Thank you so much Danielle for taking part in this weeks challenge. xxxx
Karen shared both her cards and her very organised scrap boxes! I wasn't brave enough, I am ashamed to say that my 'bit box's' aren't any where near as organised as yours.
I love all 3 of your cards Karen, the 'Sending all my love' card is very cleverly designed and a great use of smaller scraps.
The santa on the second card is also a good way of using up tiny bits of card, Karen has added him to an embossed background, making a very clean and simple card.
Karen's final card is a Baby Card that she made for everyone at work to sign, this uses up the bits from Karen's 'blue bit box' !
Thank you so much Karen for 3 amazing cards, you amaze me every week by using whatever challenge we set to make the cards that you need for that week. It shows what an accomplished crafter you are. Thanks again my lovely. xxxx
Lynda made two fabulous 'Bit Box' cards for this weeks challenge, both full of colour and you see something new every time you look at them.
The first card uses a selection of the Garden Impressions' papers from Stampin Up, finished with a fish tailed flag carrying the sentiment.
The second card features those lovely butterflies that look like are in flight! Thank you so much Lynda for two lovely cards. xxxx
Margaret made a Clean and Simple style Christmas card for her challenge this week, using one of the 'All Occasion' Embossing folders, Margaret has then rummaged in her scrap box to find card to make the embellishments.
Thank you so much Margaret for taking part in this weeks challenge. xxxx
Three amazing Christmas cards from Michele today, I love how you have shared the scrap/bit boxes too, can you come and organise mine please?!
Michele's description below....
Challenge Card 1 from “Scraps “! Have included a photo the purple card bits. I used a Chloe die & some gemstones.
Challenge card No 2! All blue & Silver Card from Scraps Box, variety of Hexagon Dies used.
Challenge card No 3-used the coloured strips of paper, navy card & pearlised White Card for the rest of the card. Embossed part is from an All Occasions Folder & the Centre strip is Diecut using All Occasions Dies.
Thank you so much Michele for making three incredible challenge cards and for helping me to decide on a challenge. xxxx
Maria has made 3 'Bit Box' cards, the first two cards are made up of patterns made using strips/or pieces of paper.
The first has strips of paper and then a lovely Christmas image, finished with a lovely die cut Bow,
The second card features an amazing geometric pattern made up of triangles of paper, with a die cut sentiment to finish.
The third card features those darling elephants, you can't help but let out a little 'ahh' every time you look at them. I absolutely love that embossed/die cut background Maria.
Thank you for 3 amazing cards my lovely xxxx
Lilian has made a fantastic Christmas card for this weeks challenge, you can see all the different 'bits' of card that she has used too. It looks to me like you have actually stitched this card Lilian, it looks too good to be 'faux stitched' I may need to pick your brains for this one, I love the effect but was afraid that it would ruin my sewing machine if I sewed paper.
Your layout works perfectly Lilian, that little 'love' note in the birds beak is a lovely touch. xxx
Val has shared both her card and her scrap box, which I have to say isn't too bad, mine are a lot worse than yours Val.
I think that your idea of using labels to place the letters on is an amazing idea, you could do names in the same way. I may be borrowing your idea. I love how colourful your card is too.
Thank you so much for taking part in this weeks challenge my lovely. xxxx
Janet has made 3 fantastic cards, all completely different, the first is an amazing man card, featuring that striking image with a die cut of darker brown to frame the image and a lovely script on the background.
The second card is a super cute image, that Janet has embellished with super pretty coloured flowers, ribbon and pearl trim.
Janet's third card has an embossed front with one of Sue Wilson's Scene Striplets die cut in, Janet has then added some holographic mirror card behind, so the little village looks almost lit up.
Thank you Janet for 3 amazing Challenge cards. xxxx
Well I hope you enjoyed this weeks line up ladies, you are all so talented and that shows as you take on and conquer these challenges week after week.
I am very grateful to all of you, as always.
Enjoy the rest of your Sunday my lovely friends,
Love and hugs to all,