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Card Corner!

Happy Wednesday!
I've spent 1/4 of this day thinking that it was Tuesday...
that's what a Monday holiday will do to you :)
I'm sharing a couple of cards that I made for 
Monthly Challenge and this week's Card Corner.

For the Card Corner Challenge we were asked to use Roly Rosies
in some form or fashion...here's what I came up with:
 Harkening back to the Owl Card that I made a few months ago,
I decided to once again use Roly Rosies in an unconventional way and 
fashion them as the eyes for my jack 'o lantern!

I started with a 4" circle and hand-cut leaves 
(I free-handed these, but svg files or punches could be used instead).
For the "stem", I cut a small portion from one of the Neutral Roly Rosies.
After rolling and securing the medium-sized Roly Rosies (black), I punched a small
circle that I then embellished with an even smaller glittered circle for the eyes.

Adding adhesive from the POGO Dispenser is an easy way to adhere 
the circle to the center of each bloom.  Lastly, I cut a some-what shewed
rectangle to create the nose.
Supply List: Makin' Waves: Surf's Up 12x12 Paper, Fish 12x12 Paper; 
Monster Mash: Fall Medley 12x12 Paper, Pick of the Patch 12x12 Paper and 
Magic Words 5 x 12 Sticker Stacker; Roly Rosies - Neutrals;
 Tools: Hybrid Petal Roller, POGO Adhesive Dispenser and Colored Foam Tape - White

Imaginisce September Monthly Challenge
participants are asked to create a card or layout using:
2 photos, a chevron pattern/design, 2 patterned papers and 2 embellishments.
Here's my take on the challenge...a card for my dad's birthday!
 I downloaded a couple of golf-related photos from the internet and 
used the HELLO CUPCAKE Collection to complete the card.
If you'd like to participate in the challenge and have a chance at winning 
the newest MONSTER MASH Collection, just go -->here<--
 
And since we're on the topic of challenges!
AUTHENTIQUE'S SKETCH CHALLENGE
 is up and ready!
 
 Layout Sketch

Card Sketch

I chose to represent the card sketch and came up with this 
Enchanted delight, which is also featured at the Product Performer's 
Facebook page today!
 Come on over and link up your take on the sketch or sketches!
I'd love to see  you there

Comments

  1. I don't know how you do it ... so many gorgeous projects in such a short time! I really admire you. LOVE your projects, you're so creative!!

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  2. Oh my, I love these...that first one is too stinking cute. Gorgeous as usual!

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  3. Love the projects! Especially the last card with the spider! I love Halloween!

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  4. I love the jack 'o lantern card. It is adorable!

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  5. loving your cute/fun card's & i be using your sketch's too if that's okay?

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  6. WOW!! These are FAB! Love the roly roses as eyes. :D

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  7. Adorable cards Shellye! I just had to come browse your blog, after I saw the addy on the Paypal receipt - LOL! All you work is gorgeous!

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  8. Your pumpkin card is adorable!!! Sw sweet.

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