Like I said yesterday, it was so much fun taking the time to design some cards specifically for card challenges. I love sketches, recipes, and challenge themes. They all help to get my creative mojo going. So, here are a few more cards and the challenges for which they were designed.
This first card is for CASEstudy. We were asked to create something that was inspired by the "muse's" project featured on the post. I love the simplicity of the design and chose to use my Neena patterned cardstock that I buy at a darling boutique called Paper Garden (yes, I hoard this paper!). I thought this design was the perfect platform for the 4 Crafty Chicks "sentiment only" challenge. The sentiment frame and mat is a Spellbinders die cut on my eBosser. After spending so many hours with coloring images (which I love!), it was nice to create a CAS card since I think that best describes my personal style.
This next card was created for the A.R.T. challenge which was to use this CAS sketch. I love this patterned paper and the flourish is one of my new Spellbinders dies which I cut with my new eBosser.
Finally, the Pazzles Craft room offered 4 delightful Independence Day card projects. Since I'm still learning to use my Pazzles, I'm loving the already created cut files. The is the flag cut file and I thought it would be perfect for the Cut It Up "Red, White, and Blue" challenge.
Well, my friends, that's it for today. I hope you enjoyed my projects. I loved creating them to enter in the challenges and sharing them with you.