March 9, 2011

Challenge 36 is now Open !



This month Michelle's Scrapbooking is sponsoring our design team - one selected DT member will be showing off their digi stamps each week of this month.

Our Monthly Sponsor



Michelle's Scrapbooking & More
is the home of The Pixie Cottage stamps, with many different illustrators/artists contributing their art work we have a stamp for every taste. We are now selling not only single stamps, but some stamp sets as well.
Red rubber and digital images are both available, so stop by and take a look at our latest images. If stamps are not your thing we have a wide selection of paper crafting supplies too !

Our Weekly Sponsor


For the prize this week, Catherine is giving a free 2 week membership to StampNation. What is StampNation?
It is the premier community for you to share your love of paper crafting in a positive upbeat, intimate environment.
StampNation is the place for you to gain knowledge and inspiration!
Membership benefits include:
  • exclusive video tutorials every month
  • challenges to inspire your creativity
  • an extensive card and project gallery featuring over 3000 samples sorted by stamp set and category!
  • And more!
For more information about StampNation, click here. To visit Catherine’s Blog for daily inspiration, Click Here.

Our Challenge This Week


Create a papercraft project using one or more of these colors and Spring as your inspiration.

Our Guest Designer this Week

Catherine Pooler


Our Weekly Reveal


C
C created this spring card using a cute digital stamp set from Michelle's Scrapbooking & More who happens to be Papercraft Star's grand prize sponsor this month. This stamp is called Puddle Jumper and with the rain that has been hitting us lately I thought it would be perfect. The card uses everything from Copic markers and stickles to Spellbinder and Papertrey Ink dies. To see details about this card stop on over at Trade Fish Designs.
Kim
When Kim saw the challenge this week was inspired by Spring, she immediately thought of warm sunny weather and outdoor picnics. Using purple as her main color, Kim created a lovely card as an invitation to step outside in the warm sun, grab a bite to eat, and enjoy the company of good friends. For more photos and a list of supplies, visit Kim's blog.

Angi
Angi loved the Spring theme for this week's challenge. She drew from the green color and made a Spring themed "Pocket Card". They are great for gift giving or to write a sweet note to a loved one. Angi tucked a journal card and a pen into her pocket card. She even added a green springy butterfly to the top of the pen. To see more details please be sure to check out Angi's blog.


Jennifer
Jennifer picked patterned paper with this week's challenge colors in it and paper pieced some lanterns for this springy card! The outline images of this fun set from Lawn Fawn are perfect stamps for this technique. Head over to her blog to learn more!

Tracy
Tracy picked up on the purples shades in this weeks color palette challenge. Her spring card uses a Michelle Perkett image called "Sisters of Spring" and is colored with Copic Markers. The card is made in the twisted easel style. You can find further details on the card at Tracy's blog.

Regan
Regan chose to use the color green, out of the challenge colors, on her layout. She used green and yellow as her accent colors against blue to give her layout a spring feel. Using kraft as her neutral tone she brought balance to her layout. For more photos and details, please visit her blog Emora Designs.


Jan
Birds, branches, dragonflies, leaves and flowers combine to make Jan's spring card. A trifold card always looks so complicated, but sure is easy. Stop by Jan's blog for a link on how to make this trifold !

Don't forget we have new deadlines for our linky - Sunday 9PM (Eastern US) submissions close, and voting closes on Tuesday at 6AM (Eastern US.)

Tomorrow's tutorial features Kim, and Kristina has our Executive Team Reveal on Friday !!




1 comment:

Marg said...

WOW-WOW-WOW....what a talented Design Team. You gals went up and over the top this time. Thanks for the inspiration!