Monday, July 19, 2010

Crafty Cardmakers Spotlight - Easles!

The girlz are baaaaack!

I say "the girlz" because the other half of the DT who did not do a cration last week, for the photo inspiration, are contributing this week with the Crafty Cardmakers very first spotlight challenge! These will run alongside our regular fortnightly challenge HERE but they are a challenge in their own right and also run for a fortnight.

"On the spotlight challenge we will look at a style of card, technique or product with the team making various wonderful samples which should give you loads of ideas. They are just for fun, no pressure challenges so no Top 5 but we will offer candy from time to time.

You will notice that the team also do the challenge from last week (which is still open for another week which you will find HERE) It is so that we all get a chance to play it but you may choose to also do that in which case pop your entry in both or you may just play the spotlight challenge, its no different than combining challenges :)"

Let me break it down for ya----
Make a card for the photo inspiration- add it to linky in first week
Make an easle card- add it to linky in spotlight (second) week
Make an easle card based on photo inspiration- add it to BOTH linkies

For our first spotlight we are looking at EASEL CARDS so we would like to see your easel cards. If you've never made one before there is a good clear tutorial over at Dewdrop Craftz you will find here. Perhaps you're feeling more adventurous so have a peek at the heart shaped easel tutorial here. Once you understand how they work then you'll see by the examples you can make any shape you like :)

NOT ALWAYS BUT THIS TIME YES................................
Our Lady Vix is offering a little candy for this challenge which includes some wild orchid flowers, prima wildflowers, sticky gems and stamped images.

Please pop by the Crafty Cardmakers Challenge to see the gorgeous creations made by our FAB DT !!

Happy Monday everyone!  

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