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Combined Challenges

This week we put together cards that fill the design requirements for Mojo Monday 457 and the Global Design Project.   We hope you enjoy perusing through our creations and find something that inspires you.  Here are the design sketches we followed:

      

This is Sharon’s whimsical card.  The little chick is from from the Cool Chicks collection of Stampingbella.  After stamping the chick with black ink she used colored pencils from Prismacolor to create a sweet image.  Using pencils was fun and surprisingly easy.  The rest of the card is a combination of pieces of Bazzil & Papertrey Ink papers.  Other embelishments include stamped hearts from Stampin’ Up’s Work of Art in Melon Mombo (also from SU), and a tiny Enamel Shape heart.

This is Robyn’s fresh card with a sweet summertime flower image.  Using the Small Dot embossing folder from Sizzix, a flower stamp from Recollections, and a jar image from Paper Smooches she shows us how we can get a great look with a variety of products from several sources.

This is Karen’s card that reminds us of how important it is to keep in touch.  Sending simple little notes is a good practice and are always well received.  Her use of Stampin’ Up’s For the Birds is a delightful choice for her card, and provides a great interpretation of this week’s sketches.

Thanks for visiting us this week.  We love making cards and sharing them with you.  We encourage your comments and hope you will return.

The Snipin’ Sisters

Sharon, Robyn, & Karen

4 thoughts on “Combined Challenges

  1. Lovely cards ladies! It’s wonderful to see such a great assortment even though you used the same colours and sketch. Thanks so much for joining in with this week’s Global Design Project!

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