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I am guest hostessing for Stephanie while she is on vacation for the next two weeks~!
How to Play ~ View the attached images. You may be inspired to recreate the pieces ~ but that isn't necessary ... get your inspiration from the colors, layout, style or 'theme'. Just enjoy wherever your inspired creative journey takes you. Remember, if you are inspired by the creation of another artist, please do not use print-outs of the art in your creation or directly copy their work. Make the inspiration piece your own. Don't worry ~ no card is 'wrong' and there is no time limit for uploading your card for the challenge. There are no rules, so let your creative juices run wild ~ be *inspired* and go get stamping!
Don't forget about No Upload Sunday - Let's give the gallery moderators a day off and not upload on Sunday (unless, of course, you are a Fan Club member - yet another reason to spend a little money on your favorite site). Also, remember to link to your SCS gallery on this thread. Thank you for joining me on this inspiration journey.
Judy...what a great site. it's so funny....I'm in a motel room in NOrth Carolina on my way to Myrtle Beach/Charleston area for a couple of weeks. Can't play but I WILL be commenting on the super cards I know will be coming from this webisite. Back when we get settled later today.
GardenDiva AKA Tina DeLong
Fan Club Member & Tuesday Teapotter
Thyme began in a Garden.
I used these kitchen towels:
Location: between the mountains & the seashore of NC
Here is my NEGATIVE FLOURISH. My inspiration was MEADOW FERN PLACEMATS. I kept it clean and simple with some glimmer mist on the white embossed cardstock after cutting out the Cheery Lynn Fanciful Flourish die and using the negative for my card. I added some punched flowers in red and platinum stickles for the centers.
I was inspired by the Daisy pillow and used a coffee sleeve, black eyeshadow box cardboard, and white cardboard for this card. The images are from Inkadinkado, and the mini hearts are in honor of Valentine's Day. Here's Vintage daisies.
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. –Maya Angelou
Another great site! I am really coming to look forward to this challenge every week. If I am up late Friday night, I check this forum to see what the site is, look through it and save the photos I like. Usually get up in the morning with an idea in mind for a card.
This week, the kids turtle print made me want to try some paper piecing of my own. Here is the result: