Wednesday, July 20, 2011

and here's what I came up with...

This week is the CHA (Craft and Hobby Association) convention in Chicago. My lss, Paper Studio, is there scouting out the new products for fall, winter, holidays and especially Christmas :) Can hardly wait to see what Micaela finds! Check out Paper Studio's Facebook page, Micaela has posted some pics :)

Also the Lead Fiskateers are there having fun working with Fiskars products, showing off what wonderful projects that can be made with crafting companies products. While they are gone, over at the Fiskateers site we are having an online crop with challenges to make and share in the gallery. Love this! It motivates me to create and think of other ways to use my supplies...inspiring! I love seeing what everyone comes up with, totally amazing and awesome!

Here's one of the challenges I worked on making the card below. In this challenge we needed to come up with a crafty C-H-A! Create a project that includes an item, embellishment or technique that starts with a “C”, an “H” and an “A”.


My "C" was Chalk ink around the edges of my pattered paper, "H" was cutting my patterned paper in Half and "A" was for Accenting with gems :)

There are 24 challenges and I've gotten 18 completed so far!

3 comments:

Virginia L. said...

Love set of cards, Vicky! I love the soft and pretty colors! The composition is delightful! Glad that you are having fun with so many challenges--that is a good thing, as Martha would say :)

Marianne - Fiskateer #6701 said...

Vicky,

I just saw your blog listed in your signature on the Fiskateers message board (it has probably been there awhile and I missed it. Since I love your creative craftiness, I became a follower right away! Looking through your posts was fun. Your flowers are beautiful.

By coming to your blog, I also leared that you teach classes at your lss. What lucky crafters their customers are to have you as instructor!

I enjoy your blogs other entries as well. it is always great to hear the fun things that can be shared in a simple blog post.

Hugs,
Marianne

Deanna Dark said...

Your cards are always an inspiration to me! I love that you open my mind to endless possibilities with all your designs! Great job on these with the two paper lines you used.