So I have a pretty easy one this week for the Crazy4Challenges challenge blog. This weeks challenge was to create an Asian style card. I decided to make a Bonsai Tree. When I first saw the new tree from the new Karen Burniston Landscape Scene die set I thought that it would make a good Bonsai tree, but I don’t have that die-set so I had to improvise.
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Happy weekend everyone. I have been totally MIA on the Crazy4Challenges design team lately, life has been ridiculous and I haven’t been able to make it to my Craftroom. The ladies have been very understanding and I said I would try to jump in when I can. This weeks challenge is to make a collage background, and since I had to make a few Thank You cards this is what I came up with.
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Hello, and welcome back. My post today is a card I made for this week Crazy4Challenges challenge. Apparently March 8th is International Women’s Day, so the challenge was to include a women on the card. I included four 😊. I made a Thank you, Pop Up, gift card holder card.
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I’ve got a quick pair of Thank you cards Today. I was asked to make a couple of Thank you cards for 4H, one of the cows was a tan cow and one of the cows was a black cow, and since I have the KB Brownie the Cow die set I was able to make one of each colour.
So, I was requested to make three Tae Kwon Doe themed thank you cards, I had actually been asked quite a while back, but life got hectic, and then (as mentioned in a previous post) I had to deal with a pinched nerve (three weeks and I still have numb fingers ☹️) anyway I had to have the cards ready by last Thursday and I needed to figure out how to make 3 cards in a night with limited use of my left hand. I decided to use my Scan N Cut to cut out Silhouettes and these are what I came up (bonus this card design actually yielded 6 cards)
I’ve got another easy one today, this card shows how you can create a little bit of interest to your card by just altering the patterned paper by cutting it into strips and offsetting the pieces. It’ s a fun way to change things up a little bit but still using a minimum of supplies.