"Our Creative Corner" folks want us to use something old that's new, and Theme Thursday's challenge is to use flowers. Like so MANY crafters, I have hundreds of Prima flowers languishing in my Happy Room, so I decided to try to use them! This card uses a stamp from Quietfire Design.
The challenge over at "Finally Friday" is to create a hybrid card. This is a wedding card I did for French friends, with a photo of painting I have, and some computer generated text.
This card will be a "thank you for your friendship" card for a friend of mine. It uses Graphics 45 paper from the Renaissance collection with a stamp from Inkadinkado and a new Martha Stewart border punch. Kerry, over at The Stamping Bug, has a really nice challenge on her blog, and she's offering some freebie stamps for some lucky winners, so toddle on over and join her challenge!
This week's alphabet challenge is "P is for Pink." Here's a summery Happy Birthday card done with some cute DCWV paper from the "Nana's Kids" line and a Hero Arts stamp.
I'd like to end this post with a very special card. The "Lots to do" challenge is "love is in the air;" "One Powerful Hour's" challenge is love; "Cute Card Thursday's" challenge is "In the name of love." This is a "commitment card" for two very dear women friends who are celebrating their recent commitment ceremony with six weeks vacation in Australia and New Zealand. I superimposed the vintage image of the two little kissing girls on one of my own photos of White Point Beach in Nova Scotia, where we've all spent time together during the summer.
Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today. It's been FUN participating in some challenges again!