Welcome back for another instalment of Festive Friday! This week, I have chosen to go with a product challenge! I have four types of challenges, Colour, Sketch, Inspiration, and Product. These will swap around each week so the different groups on the design team will have a chance to play at all of them. I gave them the challenge of “Punched Flowers” for Mother’s Day this week and they all came up with something completely different! I didn’t specify “Flower Punches” had to be used, only “Punched Flowers” and they could interpret that however they liked. Some used flower punched, others used other punches to make flowers, it’s varied. Why don’t you play along?
Enter more than one card if you get a chance, the more the merrier! If you do not have a blog to post your card on, you can use a free photo hosting site like Photobucket, or just email me the photo and I’ll post it for you! Jump in with both feet! We’re going to have random prizes on some weeks too so you NEVER KNOW when you might be in the running for some stamping goodies too!!! I’ve got to have at least 5 entries in a week before I’m going to offer up a prize though! Now, lets get on to the details of the challenge….
1: Choose a card or project that inspires you
2: Create your own Project
3: Load your project online somewhere, or email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org mention who on my design team inspired you.
4: Link your project below by clicking on the frog, which will take you to the link site.
5: Links close Thursday May 3rd at 10am. Winners will be posted later on May 3rd.
On to the inspiration!
My card this week is a little flower pot of pansies made with the butterfly punch:
Next up is Madonna with her flowers made with the Eyelet Border Punch:
Tina used various flower punches to make a layered, distressed flower:
Brooke used the Mixed Bunch set:
Tanya made us a pot of flowers with the Blossom Punch:
Kirsty used the Mixed Bunch set and a few different flower punches:
Well there you have it! Punched Flowers Galore! Pull out your punches and get creating! Link your project by clicking on the little froggy below. I can’t wait to see what you have created! Happy Stamping!