Today I would love to share with you a card I for a card chain challenge where I participate every month. This Card Chain Challenge hosted by Deborah on her blog where you can find all the detail how to participate and enter to win her blog candy. Participants are challenged to create a card using one of two of the 4 options (sketch, color combo, theme and product used) she provided every month. This one fun way to make new friend. I met lots of new crafty friends from all over some countries.
This is the card I made for March CCC. I sent this card to my new friend Lynne in Canada.
For this card I picked the theme, Easter and product, watercolor paper. That background I created watercolor blue gradient and dried it using the Craft Heater for speedy drying and to make sure it is really dry before I stamp the sentiment. And then stamped the sentiment from His Love stamp set (B1469) using Thistle Exclusive Ink Pad.
The lily flower is from the same stamp set. I stamped it on a separate White Daisy cardstock with Black Exclusive Ink Pad, color it using Watercolor Pencils and fussy cut it using Micro-tip Scissors. I added the flower using 3D foam tape.
For the inside of the card, I stamped the sentiment from His Love stamp set also set using Black Exclusive Ink Pad. Finally, I finished the card with twine and some Sparkle Clear assortment.
Thank you so much for visiting my blog today and I hope you like the card 🙂 And hope you wanna join us for April Card Chain Challenge. You still have time to sign up here.
Today I would love to share with you an awesome card chain challenge I participate monthly where I met lots of new craft friends. It is Card Chain Challenge hosted by Deborah Nolan. Every month she will provides 4 options for participant that we can pick which we want to use to create a card for the person above you on the list. It is a fun way to send a card we create to a friend. And you still have time to join us for February challenge, sign up here!
For the January Card Chain Challenge I picked the sketch and theme (Valentine’s Day) options to create my card:
And here’s my card for a new friend, Monica:
THANK YOU so much for visiting my blog today!
Thanksgiving month was a wonderful month for all of us. I hope you all had a great time with your families and sharing God’s goodness in your lives to each other!
We had a great time with families, too. My husband Aunt and Uncle came visiting on Thanksgiving day and his youngest brother and wife came visiting us on the weekend. Time to be with my husband’s family is one of the blessings from God that we thank Him for.
Celebrating this special month, I loving sending cards to friends and families. Last month I participated at Deborah’s Blog November Card Chain Challenge where all sign-ups send out a card and will receive one, too. This is a wonderful challenge that I love to participate because all cards I have received they are gorgeous with sweet message inside. And most of all, we make friends 🙂 Visit Deborah’s blog to see all the cards were sent out in November and the new schedule for next year, we are taking a break this month for special time, CHRISTMAS!
For November 2014 CCC, I sent a card to my new friend, Judy in Florida:
I used the color palate and sketch Deborah provided for us for that month challenge:
Supplies I used are from Close To My Heart:
- White Daisy Cardstock (1385)
- Exclusive Inks Pads: Bamboo (Z2103), Desert Sand (Z2118), Barn Read (Z2104).
- Season of Thanks Stamp Set (D1604)
- Thanksgiving Wreath Hostess Stamp Set (B1454)
- Sequins Gold Assortment (Z2012)
- Sparkles Clear Assortment (Z1752)
- Liquid Glass (Z679)
- My Acryclix Blocks: 3″ x 3″ block (Y1006), 1″ x 3 1/2″ block (Y1002), 2″ x 6 1/2″ block (Y1010)
THANKS for visiting today and I hope you’ll join me on my 12 Days DIY Christmas from December 1 through December 12! Have a Merry December!
I also link this card up at Inspire Me Monday Week 152.
Every month Deborah Nolan hosts a monthly challenge for card makers who love swapping their cards with others. This is a fun challenge and she even provides options for you to choose how you want to make your card either using the color palate, or theme, or sketch, or product. Also starting couple months ago, she offers prize also for those who sends their card out before the deadline.
You can join this Card Chain Challenge with us 🙂 Check out here for the details on Rules & FAQs of this challenge and go here to sign up for November 2014 CCC, sign up is open until Nov 15th.
And here’s my card I sent to Cat for the Oct 2014 CCC. I picked to use the sketch and theme.
The front and envelope:
Supplies (Close To My Heart):
– Woodgrain embossing folder (Z1996)
– Happy Autumn (D1550)
– Pathfinding paper packet (X7186B)
– Huntington Paper Packet (X7174B –> reduced price & available while supply last.)
– Exclusive Inks Pads: Autumn Terracota, Chocolate and Olive
– Scallop border punch (Z1851)
– My Acrylix Starter Blocks (Y1501)
– Tombow adhesive runner
– Xyron 1.5″ sticker maker
– Old book paper for the flower
– EK Scallop Circle punch
– Crystal gem
– Glue gun and glue stick
– Thin glue dots
Every month I participate at Card Chain Challenge over Deborah’s blog. What is Card Chain Challenge? This is an international card exchange – you sign up to send one handmade card to the person above you on the list, and you will receive one handmade card from the person below you on the list. Please read the Rules and FAQ‘s if you want to play along this month.
There are at least 4 options how you can create your cards provided by Deborah. And for CCC August, I used the sketch and the theme, friends:
Here’s my card I made and sent to my new friend from New Zealand, Dwan:
Thank you for visiting today 😀 Have a wonderful day!