Bo Bunny Card-The Paper Variety Challenge Entry

Romy posted a really cute sketch for the Bo Bunny card challenge. I decided to play along to use up some of my Gabrielle scraps and also play along with the Sticker Challenge on The Paper Variety at the same time! 😀 I managed to use 6 stickers on this card. Here’s my take on the sketch combined with the sticker challenge:

Materials:

Bo Bunny Gabrielle papers
Gabrielle cardstock stickers
Gabrielle stickers chipboard
Gabrielle Layered Chipboard stickers
Gabrielle trinket
Queen & Co rhinestones

Adhesives:

Helmar Adhesive runner
Helmar Zap Dots (foam dots)
Helmar 450 Quick Dry

If you’d like to take a look at Romy’s sketch I used for the card or if you’d like to submit your own entry, CLICK HERE.

If you’d like to play along with the The Paper Variety sticker challenge, CLICK HERE.

Love Nest layout – Pencillines sketch challenge entry

This is the nest that love built. This is the porch that houses the nest that love built. This is the woman that puts up with the unpainted porch that houses the nest that love built. 😀 Each year doves build a nest in this one corner of our porch. One year, they nested twice. Now, I don’t know if my dh is being sentimental or just using it as an excuse, but he claims that he will not repaint this section of the porch until they stop coming back, because he doesn’t want to risk causing them to nest elsewhere. Not sure how well you can see, but in these photos, the chicks have hatched and have their beaks open, chirping for food.

I created this layout based on the sketch provided on Pencillines for their sketch#228 challenge. Here’s what I came up with:

Materials:

Basic Grey Phoebe “Angel Island” cardstock base
BG Blush “Be Mine” cardstock
BG Blush “Charmed” cardstock
BG Blush “Double Dark” cardstock
Little Yellow Bicycle Twig Chipboard Shapes
LYB Twig Chipboard Sticker
LYB Canvas Stickers – Borders
Pink Paislee Cushies alphas
October Afternoon Mini Market sticker alphas
Distress Ink

Adhesives:

Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro PermaTac
Helmar 450 Quick Dry Liquid
American Crafts This to That foam Dots

If you’d like to take a look at the sketch I used for this layout or would like to enter your own project for the challenge, CLICK HERE.

I am also entering this layout into 2 other challenges. On sketches for all, the challenge is to create a layout using either photos of animals or no photos at all. To enter this challenge, CLICK HERE.

On Back Porch Memories, the challenge is to complete a layout (single or double, any size) using ONLY Basic Grey papers. You can use any cardstock or other embellishments, but the patterned paper must all be Basic Grey. You can mix and match paper between Basic Grey lines. If you’d like to enter this challenge, CLICK HERE.

Baby Kiwi – Bo Bunny sketch challenge

Baby Kiwi was only in our family for a short period of time, but the kids still talk about her a lot. We miss her dearly. When we got her, Madison was only 3 years old and we didn’t name her right away. In the meantime, Madison kept calling her Baby Kitty which sounded like Baby Kiwi. That’s how she got her name. 😀

I created this layout based on a sketch on the Bo Bunny blog for their sketch challenge:

Materials:

American Crafts white cardstock base
Bo Bunny Pet Shop Words cardstock
BB Pet Shop Cat-Atude cardstock
BB Pet Shop Stripe cardstock
BB Pet Shop Sweater cardstock
BB Pet Shop Spot cardstock
Ranger Distress Inks

Adhesives:

Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro PermaTac
Scotch Quick Dry Liquid
American Crafts This to That foam dots

Tools:

Martha Stewart Edge/Border punch
Making Memories large and Medium heart punches

To take a look at the sketch I used for this layout or to check out Bo Bunny’s blog, CLICK HERE. TFL!

Howdy Cowboy card – The Paper Variety sketch challenge entry

The Paper Variety has a great card sketch for this week’s challenge. This first card is my entry:

But while I was at it, I figured I might as well make a second card since I already had the trim and materials out. Here’s the one I made just for fun:

As you can see, I just used a mirror image of the sketch for the coordinating second card. 😀 TFL!

Materials:

DCWV All About Boys 6.5″ x 4.5″ stack
American Crafts cream cardstock base
Making Memories trim

Adhesives:

Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro PermaTac
Helmar 450 Quick Dry Liquid
American Crafts This to That foam dots

If you’d like to see the sketch I used for these cards or if you’d like to enter the challenge too (ends this Tuesday, 2/22/11), CLICK HERE.

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