We can’t wait to see your Challenge 129 – Fun with Food creativity! This challenge will be open until Sunday, July 31 at 11:59PM ET. Let’s see who has the recipe for crafty fun!
Catherine whipped up some delicious lemonade inspiration!
Catherine’s brilliant Platform Pop-Up features a fruity lemonade! She used the How You Bean? Shaker Add-On to fill with fruit from Summertime Charm, blueberries made with Let’s Bokeh and ice cubes from So Smooth. And she decorated with more fruit from Zesty Lemon and Strawberry Patch.
She included mice from Dandy Day, and You Autumn Know and a cute Bunting Border! The sentiment comes from the mini set Make Lemonade.
Thanks so much for this brilliant inspiration, Catherine!
We hope you enjoy today’s inspiration! The challenge gallery is filling up with some amazing creativity and there is room for yours too! The Challenge 125 – Dies Only is a 3-week challenge and will be open until Sunday, June 5 at 11:59PM ET.
Joyce inspires us today with a brilliant birthday card for the dies-only challenge!
Joyce inked the Plant-A-Succulent images creating a bright and cheery focal point for her card! She added a Bunting Border and layered everything on a Gotta Have Gingham Rainbow background.
Then she finished the design with a birthday greeting. I love how she inked the sentiment with a combination of Carrot and Lobster inks!
Thank you so much for sharing this delightful inspiration, Joyce!
The Dies Only challenge is winding down, be sure to enter your creative project soon! Click HERE to join the fun!
Hey everyone, Samantha here with a card that is inspired by the current Back to School challenge! I always loved the beginning of the school year. It was so much fun to get new supplies and find out what friends were in your classes. Another reason why it is so great is that fall is right around the corner!
I created a fun woodland scene with the most adorable critters. The classroom is on a large stump, from the Forest Feast stamp set, and the owl teacher is joyfully welcoming the new students. The teacher’s outdoor classroom is full of books, a fun banner, and a chalkboard.
I created a small chalkboard by hand cutting small two rectangles layering them together. I didn’t have to worry about having a perfect frame all the way around the base rectangle, because the tree branches would cover the sides. Then I layered a small strip of cardstock on top of the rectangles for the chalk holder. The hello, from the Speech Bubbles set, was the prefect size for a welcoming message on the chalkboard!
You still have time to enter this super fun challenge! The Back to School challenge is open until Sunday, September 20 at 11:59 EST. It is always so amazing to see all of the creative projects that are submitted!
Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you have a wonderful day!
This sweet card is so inspiring! Thanks so much for sharing with us today, Samantha!
Have a wonderful weekend, friends!
We hope you have lots of time to craft!