Regina's post here.
Regina's post here.
Here is Regina's third card for this challenge. She really did such a great job on this challenge! I love the textured background on both of the pieces. The staples add such a fun touch. The little flowers on the sides of the main sentiment really add just that extra something - love it! To see more about this card, check out Regina's post here.
This next card is by Lisa Schneider. She's on the same team as Regina - love our friends from Germany!!! Isn't this card cute and doesn't it just scream summer? I think Lisa did an amazing job. If I am understanding correctly, this is her first attempt at a challenge. She totally nailed it - amazing!!! I think the simplicity of the card with color is fantastic. I also love the "stitching" around the banner. Love this card, Lisa! Thanks so much for joining us this month. We hope you'll join us more often :) To see more on this card, please check out Lisa's post on her blog here.
Next up is Michelle! The stamped image was made for this challenge, no? I love that this card looks so clean and neat. The textured background gives it some whimsy. The ribbons add such a classy touch. I love this card, Michelle - nice, nice, nice job! Here are the recipe ingredients to Michelle's card:
---Stamp sets: Serene Silhouettes, Fabulous Phrases
---Accessories: Daffodil Yellow Stitched ribbon, Tempting Turquoise ribbon, Pearls, Decorative Dots embossing folder,Spellbinders Big scalloped circles large & circle punch
Here we have Debbie Naylor's first card for this challenge! Isn't this beautiful? Debbie just has a way with colors, in my opinion. I love how she puts them together. It's funny because we are sisters and so different! Debbie keeps things clean and simple. I tend to overdo everything! LOL! I do love Debbie's take on this card. It really makes the sentiment untrue - this card is perfect :) To read more about this card, please visit Debbie's post on it here.
Debbie also made another card using the sketch because she loved this sketch so much (great job, Regina!) I think this card is also beautiful, in that clean and simple way. Love that use of DSP! Debbie also made a video showing how she made this card. Please check out her blog post and video here!
Last up is my card. You know I love DSP and ribbon! The ribbon is actually what helped me decide with paper to use. I love the polka dots on the ribbon and decided to match it with the DSP. The banner framelits sure do make this sketch easy! I haven't used this flower stamp yet and thought it would be the perfect focal point. I stamped the image in all three colors and then used the coordinating punches for each piece. I popped each piece up using dimensionals.
Thanks to all that participated this month. If we get any others, I'll certainly be happy to post them.
Hope you all have a wonderful and safe Memorial Day and weekend. Thanks for looking!