Happy Friday I’m back with another Design Team card for Color My Heart Color Dare. This week our challenge is to choose any colors inspired by the Horn of Plenty.
I had so much fun picking the fall colors for this card…I settled for cardstock in Peacock and Ruby, some papers from the mix-in paper packet and an assortment of stamp sets.
The z-fold card is attached to a flat fold and when it extends you find a gift card pocket. It was quite easy to put together and still packed a little surprise. My hubby thought the coffee rings looked like they were from a shot glass – shhh, don’t tell him the Craft-Coop is where I keep my stash.
You can visit the Color My Heart Color Dare blog for all the information on how to play along as well as finding additional inspiration from the other Design Team members.
Our challenge for the next two weeks (10/21-11/3) is a Halloween Color Challenge with the fun twist of adding something that flies, you can also get extra points in our prize draw by linking to our Challenge Partner Crafting Happiness . You can find all the details and link up your creations by visiting our challenge blog,
My card features a little old and a little new. I used the Seasonal Mix Ins selecting Julep (Green), Purple & Orange from Trouble Makers Rainbow of Bats. I decided that a bat would represent my flying object, but then I took it a step farther and my wiper card makes the sentiment “fly” as well.
Don’t forget to link up and join the fun…everyone needs a little Double Trouble in their life!
It’s a special week at Double Trouble (9-30 thru 10-6) is our Something, Anything, Everything Challenge with the fun twist of making PINK your prominent color to help us celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, you can also get extra points in our prize draw by linking to one of our previous challenge partners. You can find all the details and link up your creations by visiting our challengeblog.
My card is a fancy fold card with my favorite combination of Ballerina & Black. The big bold flower flips open from a fancy fold card to display the first sentiment and then an additional sentiment is inside the card with room to write a message and sign your name.
I hope you’ll come play along with our short week, but extremely fun challenge. Don’t forget to link up and join the fun…everyone needs a little Double Trouble in their life!
Oh my word…you guys – this Halloween Special is the BOMB! I blew my budget right out of the water in September, but when this new Spooktacular Workshop Kit was released it went straight into my cart and onto my credit card. Don’t tell Brant ok?!
Then I learned this new fun fold from the new Creative Collaboration group that I joined and my life would just be perfect if I could just stay in my Craft Coop 12 hours a day, but alas the laundry must be done, the granddaughter must be taken to dance and dinner must be cooked.
You can’t see it in the photographs, but I blinged up that mummy dog with a little clear Shimmer Pen. I’m not sure if it’s Huckleberry Hound or Hong Kong Phooey, but it definitely reminds me of a cartoon dog from my younger days!
You’ll be seeing a lot more of these fun papers and stamps in the coming weeks so make sure you like my page so you’ll be notified of upcoming happenings.
Happy Monday!!! It’s Free For All Monday on Double Trouble so grab your your stuff and create whatever your heart desires! This is a one week special challenge so you have to be quick, won’t you join the fun?
Thing 1 says this is easier than folding a fitted sheet and I have to agree. Twisted Sister has a fun twist to include sunshine or a sunburst on your card. Double Dare is asking us to link up with a previous challenge partner.
My card started with equal sized rectangles cut in half corner to opposite corner and then laid down to create a fun sunburst shape. I stamped the sentiment on the bottom of the white CS and then layered everything on a Sweet Leaf panel that was cut with the Charming Borders die cut, tied up with some Sweet Leaf Ribbon and layered on a white card base.
I hope you’ll choose to come play along – Double Trouble is such a fun way to fill your day!
Did you hear the news? Twisted Sister made the nice list…thank you all for helping. Now it’s time to bake some cookies for Santa!
Trouble Maker has the perfect recipe to get us started!
Recipe.” This time the recipe can be used for any occasion – birthday, thank you, get well, wedding and even Christmas if you still need that last minute card or tag.
From: The Kitchen of Double Trouble Challenge Blog Servings: Unlimited fun Ingredients: 3 – Embellishments 2 – Colors 1 – Sentiment or image (stamped or digital OK) Directions: You may use more than the recipe ingredients stipulate, but you need to include a required minimum of each ingredient. The ingredients may be included in the image or an add-on. But don’t stop here…you might want to consider special topping ingredients using “Bright and Bold” or “Soft and Pastel“.
Double Dare is asking you to link up with Color My Heart Color Dare. Make sure that you are following their rules and using either a Bright & Bold or Soft & Pastel palette!
Twisted Sister is asking you to include something that you’d find or make in the kitchen – remember this is just an optional twist, but it makes Twisted Sister so happy to see you participate that she’s going to pick her favorite card and send you a treat too!
I decided to do a side step card. I included images from 2 different stamp sets and thought including a rolling pin & measuring cup were a good mix with my Gingerbread cookies. For embellishments I used silver sequins which I colored with my Shin Han marker, sparkles and tassels that I made from clover and pixie CS and the new Fancy Borders thin cuts.
I hope you’ll want to join the fun at Double Trouble so hopefully you’ll make the nice list too!
I was recently asked how I decided to pick the stamp sets for my Featured in the Coop series. The real answer is it has to be a stamp set that I LOVE and am willing to create with regularly and that I think has potential for being overlooked in the Holiday Expressions. Of course the cuteness of Hedge Hugs factored into my decision making this month. Seriously – how can you resist?
This card doesn’t feature a sentiment, just this cute little guy beckoning you to open the Gate Fold Card. I used two of my favorite papers from the Grateful Heart paper packet. The scalloped circle is only attached on one side of the panel and the pomegranate burlap ribbon holds the entire card closed. I colored his little body with markers, but I’ve learned a fun technique that I’m going to share next week.
Don’t forget when you purchase the Hedge Hugs stamp set from me I will include a kit to make two cards featuring this little guy.
If you’d like to suggest a stamp set for “Featured in the Coop” leave it in the comment section here and I’ll see what I can arrange.