Thursday, February 28, 2013

This Week's Challenge

I made this card to give to my daughter for her birthday next month.
It love making rolled roses and this card was so much fun to make.  If you have any questions on the details, please email me.
Below you will see a list of product links and all you have to do is click on the link and it will take you to the product.  Just scroll down until you find it.  
 For some reason my search engine quit working which I have found to be a Blogger problem.  Hopefully they get it fixed soon.

Selma created this gorgeous card.  You can read how she did it by clicking here!

Here is what you need to use for this week's Challenge:
  • Use some kind of lattice - we want you to be creative
  • Use a circle or oval die cut background
  • Create a flower that have been painted. You can use Gesso on it, acrylic paints stains, etc. - be creative
  • Include some dry embossing that has been inked.
    You will have until next Thursday (March 7) morning 6:00 AM EST to link your project. You can enter more than once. A winner will be chosen from the Random Drawing for week #8. The winner of the challenge will be announced Friday, March 8. This winner will win a bottle of Acyclic Paint.   The winner will also be entered in the 2013 end of the year $100 gift certificate drawing.
    Below are the guidelines:
    1. You must have a blog or post to the SCS gallery.
    2. Post your challenge card to your blog.
    3. Or if you are posting to the SCS gallery, you will need to use a special code to tag your card to the challenge. This week's code is joansgardens, JG0228 and needs to be posted with the challenge. Please enter both on the same line with a comma between as I have shown.
    4. Link your card/project to the Blue Inlinkz icon listed at the bottom of the challenge.



    Pssequimages said...

    HOW FUN! Thank you Joan and Selma for the new techniques and ideas in store for this week!

    ednamburgess said...

    Beautiful card. I'm sure your daughter will love it. Edna

    Dorothy S said...

    Thank you again for the wonderful inspiration.