Dear friends, subscribers, fellow bloggers,
Today I have a special post. It is special for several reasons. First of all, it is a special TO challenge related to the fact that October is a month of breast cancer awareness. Our theme and somewhat our technique for this challenge is related to that:
Theme of Breast Cancer Awareness and/or Friendship, and Optional Technique Twist is embossing and/or use of pink
Please, visit TO Challenge blog to see the work done by our GD Conil and the rest of the team. This time there is also a prize one can win. I am sure you will be relaxed, motivated and inspired to create and join us in this special challenge.
Another reason why this challenge is special is the fact that this will be my last Challenge for TO Challenge team. Last year was full of changes and surprises for me and my hubby, and even more is coming. We will move again to another town and we know that this will be a bit difficult and that we will need some time to rest. Due to all of this I decided to step down this year and enjoy in card making only occasionally, i.e. whenever I unpack my supplies. 😉 If you would like to see what’s new, you can take a peek at my Pinterest. I will be sharing photos of my work there. Until then, here is the CAS card I have made for this special occasion using CAS-ual Fridays stamps.
With love, hugs and kisses… 🙂
Hello! We have a great inspirational photo for you this week. Look at this fun challenge! Our theme is ‘Home Sweet Home’ and our sponsor is STAMPlorations.
I decided to play with stamps to create this background paper and I have used one of the stamps to add the image in the centre. I like how this ended up. Soft, gentle colours with this great stamp in the middle. I hope you like it too. 🙂
For this Challenge our GD is Claire A. Now, to see what the rest of our team created, please visit Time Out Challenge Blog. Have fun!
Hello, hello! Time Out Challenge #65 is ready and we are eager to see your work! We are inspired by Words by Chad Sugg: “Love the trees until their leaves fall off, then encourage them to try again next year.” So, I have decided to create a card that reminds me of autumn. My favourite colour combination – green and brown, a simple sketch and some time spent in colouring and inking the stamp. 🙂 It was pure fun and relaxing.
The rest of the team together with our guest designer Rema made some great projects too and I know you will be inspired to create something nice and join in the fun. Our sponsor is CAS-ual Fridays.
Greetings, dear friends! It is time for another Time Out Challenge! Today we will be inspired by this beautiful card made by our fellow blogger Julia Alterman (her blog is: Just One More Card).
I decided to play for the first time and create a shaker card. I used my new digital stamp from Power Poppy.
Well, I hope you like it. Check out what the rest of the team at TO Challenge blog created together with Jenny – our guest designer for this challenge.
Hi there! Are you ready for the Holidays? 😀 No? Really? Well, now is the time to start preparing! 😀 I am just joking with you. But now, for real… we have a fun challenge for you. 😀
Holidays with the optional twist of no stamping (stamped sentiment are allowed)
Now this is something to wake up your creativity. I decided to play with paper and embellishments, and I did not use any stamps. The card is somehow cute and fairly simple. And I love it. I love the dimension it has.
Anyway, take a look at the creation made by our GD Aileen, and also what the rest of TO Challenge team made. I am quite sure you will find some inspiration and decide to join us for this challenge. This one is also sponsored and you can win some goodies from Uniko.
Hello, hello! It is time for Challenge #62. Yes, we have a great inspirational photo for this week. Look at this beauty!
I love how white and bright the room is, but I decided to use chandeliers as my inspiration. I love old fashioned things. For this card I did something a bit different. Instead of using stamps, I decided to draw something on my own. So, one day while I was listening to a sermon this drawing came to existence. To be completely honest, I am not quite sure about this card, but since I enjoyed making it I decided to post it anyway.
Well, I hope you enjoyed your stay. Make sure to visit Time Out Challenge Blog to see what the rest of the team created, and check out what our GD Stephanie has done. Kisses from Croatia!
Greetings, dear friends! It is time for some Time Out at your crafty corner once again. Challenge #60 is ready and we are eager to see your work! Today we will be inspired by this beautiful card. The card is made by our fellow blogger Brigit.
And here is what I have created:
Check out the work of the rest of the team. And now, it is time for some creative work, so join in and share your project with us.
Hello, hello! TO Challenge #59 is up and ready for you! Our theme is Masculine with optional twist of mixed media.
I love to make cards for guys. I love those colours and the simplicity. For my card I decided to go with some patterned paper, cord and buttons. It was quite easy and really fun to create.
Check out the work done by our GD Patti, and the work done by the rest of the team at TO Challenge Blog.
And, this time we have another prize you can win. TO#59 is sponsored by STAMPlorations. You can win $10 GV or if you twist you can win one ARTploration stencil. Check out TO Challenge Blog for more info and more inspiration.
Dear Sandie, I hope you will enjoy this year even more, that you will have a bunch of inspiration for your cards, and ton of great time with your loved ones. Have a very happy birthday!
You can even join in for this special challenge! 😉 We decided to have an extra challenge with a theme: CAS With the Optional Twist of Purple.
People, check out what the rest of the team created and join in. There is a prize you can win: 25$ gift coupon to Simon Says Stamp. Hugs and kisses from Croatia! ;D
Hello! I am finally here! Late, but finally here. 🙂 Yes, we have a great inspirational photo for this week. Look at this fun challenge!
Our theme is ‘Home Sweet Home’ and our sponsor is Happy Little Stampers (prize for winner is $15 gift voucher).
I have enjoyed this challenge since I love to cut. Taking a great amount of my dies and different patterned papers, and combining them all together was really fun. I wanted to add some stitching since I love that a lot, but my sewing machine decided it is time to take a rest. A long rest. This time the machine is really done. Somehow I said my goodbye. I know the thing is old and it was recently broken. Then I found out that this type of sewing machine is no longer available in the stores and it can’t be fixed. Anyway, I hope you like it and I hope it will inspire you to crate something fun.
For this Challenge our GD is Elisabeth. Now, to see what the rest of our team created, please visit Time Out Challenge Blog. Have fun!