Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving/Thankful and Thoughtful Monthly Challenge

Ok...a bit late here on my Thanksgiving Day post. I will make it short and to the point...I am thankful for all the thoughtful friends and design team members who work so hard each week to help us present these stencil creations in the best possible light.

The card today is a CASEd card that I created. Louise Healy created a beautiful card about a month ago showcasing this oak leaf stencil (LL3043) and the bare tree die (DX7020) and I also used the dual alphabet die (DD005).  

Here is her card that I CASEd....I used the same molten magic technique as well! Thanks Louise! I am grateful for all your beautiful work and inspiration.

Just a couple more days to post your thankful and thoughtful creation and then we have a very open challenge for the month of December. Be sure to visit all the team to see what they have been up to this week and be thoughtful and leaf them a nice comment to cheer them on. Thank you too Linda Neff for all the beauty that you have shared with us...this guest designer is mega talented!

ALSO ....posting a card for Rose from Nova Scotia! She says it's done with embossing paste, then stenciled with distress inks and added clear embossing powder and heated it. This is a technique called faux cloisonné. If anyone is interested in the instruction flyer email me and I will send out to you.

Thank YOU Rose for the added card...what a beauty! I will add you to the challenge list for a chance at the random winning! For those of you who might not have a blog email me your creations and I will try to work them into a post so you can have a chance to win as well!

And here is a card from Gail in Norway...a slider card...I had never heard of them and a link to her blog HERE to see her post...she was not able to post it because the challenge was closed, but  I would definitely like to share it:
Gail used LJ838 Dreamweaver's wave stencil as an icy slope for her slider card!


Viki Banaszak said...

I love this card! The molten magic gets me every time.

Dawn said...

Gorgeous cards & gorgeous entries too!
Thanks for visiting my blog!
Dawn xx

Pam Hornschu said...

Sometimes the best things are belated! Beautiful version!

rose s. said...

what a great slider card - a more unusual one that i've seen but i like it the best! great way to use that tech. :)

ionabunny said...

Hi Lynne, thanks for posting my slider card. Hugz. Loved using the waves stencil. It's so gorgeous. Thanks Rose for the kind comment about my sliding snowman. I think both the waves and the slider dies may be showing up again very soon. Hugz

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