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Today I have Part Two of my March Stamp Club Challenge cards to share with you. Let's JUMP right in!
First up today is the card that Sally created. Sally's colors were brown and yell and she created this super sassy flower card with the help of LOTS of flower punches.
Sally tied her button with the Early Espresso Bakers Twine and used it for the center of her darling flower. She also used the ribbon on the inside of her card as an accent piece that ran down the outer edge of her card (but I forgot to get a picture of that).
Next is Jan's card - and she knocked her card out of the park with a pretty pretty vintage look. Jan's colors were Rich Razzleberry and she used her ribbon across the bottom of her card to help create a beautiful focal point for her cluster of three flowers to rest upon.
And her button looks anything but alone resting on the front of her card. Simply beautiful card Jan ...... Simply beautiful!
Kris picked the color Red and next to pink ...... this is a favorite color of mine - and turns out to be one of my favorite cards for this month. Kris is the Queen of rosettes and I personally don't think anyone can put a spin on a rosette like Kris does. She created this super yummy card with the help of a rosette and the new Edgelit Dies.
I love how Kris embossed her Edgelit Die and added one more beautiful touch to her already stunning card. Gorgeous card Kris!
And last BUT CERTAINLY NOT LEAST is the project that had to be voted "BEST IN SHOW" for our March Club Challenge project. Debbie used every single piece of the challenge packet ..... INCLUDING the cello bag that held all the supplies for this challenge. Debbie spotlighted her love for Washabi Peas and added a handful to the cello bag - and mounting them to a small card.
Debbie's focal point was certainly the cello bag of peas - but when she created the topper for her project it brought on a second focal point which spotlighted her ribbon .... button ..... and bakers twine. I think hands-down EVERYONE voted Debbie's project to be the most creative challenge project submitted for March. SUPER FUN PROJECT DEBBIE - simply AORABLE!
Love what the gals created for March and think each and everyone of them gave it their all and did a FABULOUS JOB. The supplies for our April Challenge were handed out at our March meeting and the girls will bring their completed project back to our April 21st meeting. I plan to share my April Challenge sample project with you tomorrow. Hope you can come back and join me for that share. Keep Living Your Dream!