Sunday, May 27, 2012

Spring Flowers Challenge - Final Week and DT Call


Good morning everyone!  This is the final week of the Spring Flowers challenge.  


Our sponsor this month is Zoe over at Make it Crafty.  Check out all the wonderful creations both digi and rubber in her shop.  When you stop by, please mention that you were sent over from Craft a Scene.


I have one Spring Flowers creation to share with you this week.  I made this one using two Make it Crafty images and put them together using Gimp (freeware). You can check out the details of how I made this card on my blog at Crafting Passions.




It is also time for our next Design Team call.  Several of our ladies are stepping down and we need to fill their spots with new faces.If you love making scenes, have a blog and have a few stamps from Stampscapes, Sutter, Beeswax or some of the other companies listed on our Scenic Stamps tab then you may be interested in this 4 month design team position.  "What's involved," you ask?
  • Make two creations a month.  They must be scenes following the monthly theme.
  • Comment on entries based on your assigned number.
  • Promote Craft a Scene by showing our badge on your blog.
  • Have fun chatting with our wonderful team!
If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of then please email me, before May 31, with a link to your blog. Please include a short bio (tell me about yourself) and why you would like to be on our team.


Okay, now it is your turn!  Enter the challenge here! Lets see your wonderful finished Spring Flower scene projects (no ATC's or unfinished cards).  You may enter up to three times and you may enter your project into as many challenges as you wish. Just email me your lovely creation, if you do not have a blog.


Happy Sunday!
NancyD

4 comments:

Dora said...

beautiful!! the stamps you have used is so great!!
greetings Dora

Colleen Holmes said...

Gorgeous card with all the different stamps! Very nice coloring:)

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Wow Nancy this is gorgoeus, I love the way you've put it together. I used Gimp in the past but not recently, I must give it a go again.

Sue x

Colleen said...

Nancy,
This is beautiful! Heading to your blog :)