Thursday, October 31, 2013

Designer Challenge, Thanksgiving Theme

It's time for a new Designer Challenge! Glorajean is up this week with a Thanksgiving theme challenge. Create any project you wish, as long as you incorporate My Creative Time products using a Thanksgiving theme. Easy peasy!



I used the Piles of Smiles set for my sentiment, and Chunky Jar Accessories dies for the label. Card design pinterest-inspired.

For my second card, I used the Just For You tag stamps set, using just the "give thanks" part of the sentiment. All these papers and flowers were a RAK from a friend and former DT sister. Spellbinders dies for the backdrop and the Indian corn die by Cottage Cutz.

As soon as I saw this pattern paper, I knew it would be perfect for the Indian corn! Cool, huh?


Product List:
Card 1:
My Creative Time, Chunky Jar Accessories
My Creative Time, Piles of Smiles sentiment
Tim Holtz alterations woodgrain embossing folder
Cottage Cutz leaf and acorn dies
Flower, button, twine, burlap ribbon

Card 2:
My Creative Time,
Spellbinders ovals and lace ovals nesting dies
Cottage Cutz, Indian corn die
Flowers, sheer ribbon

9 comments:

  1. Your cards are so beautiful you really are talented and love how you used Miss Emma's goodies thanks for so many clever and creative ideas.

    HAPPY HALLOWEEN

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  2. Beautiful job on both Shar! That paper IS perfect for the corn! Have a great day! Love, Cathryn :)

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  3. Gorgeous fall cards. Love the look of the wood grain embossed.

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  4. I am in love with the white-on-white wood grain! I wouldn't have thought of Indian corn looking at a full sheet of that patterned paper, but it's absolutely perfect!

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  5. Both cards are so pretty. I love the embossing and flower/button embellishment. I like the papers on the second card...the corn paper is perfect. I like how you did the flowers too. Great job!
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  6. Shar ~ Oh both of your cards are simply GORGEOUS! I LOVE them both but that paper you used for the Indian corn is FABULOUS! LOVE them both!

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  7. These are beautiful. Love that embossed look with the leaves and trim. Just gorgeous.

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Thanks for stopping by the studio. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments or email me directly. :) ♥ ~Shar

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