I can't believe we have already complete 10 challenges. I am really grateful to have an increasing group of talented ladies who are enthusiastically creating beautiful pieces for each challenge. This time round our sketch was designed by Stacey from Rustic Squirrel Handmade (thanks Stacey!). So here we go again!
Sally made this really stunning sympathy card using lots of layering and bling!
Next up is this stunning crisp cantaloupe creation by Adele from Adelisa Designs. Adele has just started dabbling in card making again after the birth of her 5th child. She's kind of amazing!
This card was made by a friend who joins our challenge group for the first time. Beverley is a hobbyist and I'm so glad she's joined in because she makes beautiful things!
Kymberly from grubbee made this sweet new baby card. I love the little fox! Kymberly has just released some new baby products so pop over and check them out.
Stacey from Rustic Squirrel Handmade always comes up with fresh and fun ideas for these challenges. She is a stellar Stampin' Up! demonstrator and if you live in SA and need a demo, then look no further. She runs workshops ALL the time and is always sharing fun ideas and techniques on her blog.
Julia from Handmade by Julia Quinn made this beautiful postcard birthday card. I particularly love the colour combination she has used.
Angie from Angie's Craft Fusion has made this sweet poppy card in grey white and mustard. It's such a popular colour combination and always looks so good.
Jan joined our group just recently and did this challenge with a twist using slightly different supplies for her design. It is absolutely full of delightful pieces!
Tristan from Tinstar Designs was one of the first to complete this challenge. She used a fabulous denim pocket stamp in her design which I have never seen before and adore!
And last but not least is my design! I really love Stampin' Up's This & That DSP and with it retiring in a month's time want to use as much of it as I can before my time runs out! I actually had lots of hurdles with my design, ensuring it was balanced, not too busy, and figuring out the right way to embellish. But I got there in the end and all the frustration is long forgotten and I'm left with this fabulous card!
And that wraps up another challenge. If you'd like to join in on our next challenge just pop over to this group and join up. We'd love to have you.