Anyway, I started the challenge yesterday. I am a bit behind some of the other ladies in the challenge, so I need to play catch up. I made 24 cards yesterday but am only counting them as 4 towards the challenge. I made these for a swap so each one had to have 4 in it. Thanks for looking.
This is the first one. The card base is GinaK Chocolate Brown. I used a piece of Turquoise cardstock from my scrap stash and the DP is DCWV. The turquoise cardstock was border punch with a Fiskars bracket punch. I stamped the image (Inkadinkadoo) in TCP Chocolate Brown on Stampin' Up Very Vanilla. I tore the bottom edge of the stamped images as well as the mat, which is a piece of brown cardstock from my scrap stash. The butterfly is from K&Co Susan Winget collection.
This is Butterfly #2. The cardbase is Stampin' Up Whisper White. The DP is from K&CO Susan Winget Collection. The turquoise strip is from my stash collection. The huge butterfly is from the Susan Winget collection, too. I stamped the greeting in Colorbox Catseye ink. I am not sure which company the stamp is from. I got it at Ollies, which is an outlet store in my area.
On to Dragonfly #1. Again, the patterned paper is Susan Winget. The cardbase is Stampin' Up Crumb Cake. I just love the kraft color. I have been hoarding it because I promised myself I wouldn't buy any more product until I used up some of my stash. Dang it !! I used a shipping tag for the greeting which is from GinaK's Friends Set. I stamped it with Colorbox Catseye Purple. I tied it on with a piece of purple ribbon from Michael's. The dragonfly is from the Susan Winget collection.
Dragonfly #2. I used the same collection from Susan Winget to make this card. The image is from GinaK's Springtime collection. I stamped it in Broken China Distress Ink then stamped over it with Versamark and embossed it with clear embossing powder. I used a Fiskars scallopped border punch for the bottom and inked around the edges with Broken China Distress Ink. I mounted it on a piece of Olive Cardstock from my scrapstash. The greeting is from the GinaK set, Eclectic Summer Sayings. It is also stamped in Broken China Distress Ink. I mounted it on a piece of the olive cardstock and punched holes in each side using my Cropadile. I added a piece of sheer ribbon from my stash to each side and wrapped it around the back. And, again, the dragonfly is from the Susan Winget collection by K&CO. I just love K&CO.
So, those are my first four cards for the 100 days challenge. If you would like to join the challenge, please click HERE . Thanks so much for checking out my projects and stay tuned for Day 2.