Monday, September 12, 2011


Daisy Doodles Creative Challenge Blog has for a theme this week---
Raise it up!!!! emboss something and attach it to a card/creation.
Be sure to use a it an image or sentiment.
I paper pieced the apple from School Time..
Used two different dry embossing folders,
and a sentiment stamped directly to the paper.
Thanks for coming by!!!
Challenge Up Your Life #52 - paper piecing
Digi designs - Anything Goes
One Stop Craft - Food and drink

Digi Doodles Shop's Best - Circles
Card Makin' Mamas - digital
Clearly I Stamp - patterned paper
The Crafting MisfitAnything Goes

Stamp Something - Anything Goes

Supplies: October afternoon dp, kraft cs, scraps of red and green, even the argyle piece was sitting around unused; SU sentiment; EFolders from Tim Holtz and Cuttlebug


Anita said...

Fabulous card and the dp is so pretty. Thank you for joining in Di's DigiDesigns Challenge.

ahlers5 said...

Lovely card. Love the apple. Thanks so much for playing along with us at DDSC.

Shelly said...

Sweet card!!! Thanks for joining us at Digi Designs Challenge Blog! Shelly ;)

KraftyKoolKat said...

Fabulous card sweetie. Thank you so much for joining us at DDSC this week and good luck.


Manuela said...

Very nice card! The apple looks great :)
Thanks for joining us at Challenge up your life!

Sara said...

Very nice, thanks for playing along with CMM!

Shelley said...

Love the image and colour scheme. Thanks for joining in this weeks One Stop Craft Challenge. Hugs Shelley xx

Kathy D. said...

Is the apple embossed? It looks real by the way.

Thanks for playing in Clearly Inspired Challenge. The new challenge was posted today so I hope you come over and play again with us.

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You prove that with the use of less things, easy to make beautiful art. Using less than three colour in art, is totally unique idea in my blog tour. I hope you can also share your best art in future also.

Anonymous said...

an apple a day keeps the doctor away .
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