Thursday, August 21, 2014

A Wrap-Up

We have excellent shape cards entries! Shape cards do take more time to plan and design, thank you so much for your wonderful participation.  For each and every entry, I think it deserves a round of applause. Here are a few categories that I had compiled. These entries are most definitely worth noting...

1. An instant shape card? Use your dies! This is the most popular way to create shape cards! And why not, we all have some dies in our stash, right?

2. No shape? No problem...just draw the shape or use a template! These cards are handcrafted in great details! Hats off to these passionate and talented card makers!

3. Use the digies: this is the most convenient way to create a shape card. Working with digie is easier than you think.

4. Use a stamp to create a shape card: it's easy to get these stamps to create a shape. These cards may be smaller, but they sure pack a punch!

5. Put that Silhouette/ Cricut to work! These lean mean machines really give the designs an extra edge-it's peerless, professional-looking and!

6. Be creative! Where there is a will, there is a way....just ask Cindy!
The AMPERSAND was generated using MS Word and enlarged, then printed it on scrap paper, then used as a template to cut two pieces from white CS....(details are here). 

I hope that you take some time to visit the gallery! Our challenge entries are always brimming with creativity!  Our next post Spotlight Feature is on the 25th, do stop by to see if you are the winner!
Thanks so much for stopping by!


Dawn Turley said...

Gorgeous cards Virginia... happy to see one of mine there thank you... It was a fun challenge.

~amy~ said...

Such wonderful inspiration...thanks for the shout out!

LauraJane:) said...

Great Wrap-up Virginia! I must say I am most impressed with those that were Hand-drawn. Great work and innovative thinking:)

Cindy C. said...

Had lots of fun with this challenge Virginia! Thanks for including my card(s) in the wrap up!

Shelly said...

Such beautiful creations!!!