Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Oct. Card challenge & last month's winner!

It's time for another card challenge, but before we do...

~Just a reminder we are giving away a PINK purse each week this
month in hopes that more women can be aware of the fight for breast cancer.

~Also, Saturday is National Card Making Day and we will be having a blog hop
with a fun little game and a super fun giveaway!!  You won't want to miss it!!

For this month's challenge....   because of the crisp morning air, the comfy clothes & the
gorgeous fall colors we wanted our challenge to be for each of you to create a AUTUMN CARD.

To give you a little inspiration, the girls have come up with some great ideas...

Have a great day card
by Agnieszka Piskorz 
 Bo Bunny supplies:
Paper: Stripe /Serenade ; Dot, Orchard/ Apple Cider
Buttons: Apple Cider 
Jewels: Apple Cider
Chipboard: 12" Apple Cider, Layered Chipboard Apple cider
Stickers: 12" Combo Stikers, We are Family, Dimensional Stickers/Apple Cider; 
12" Combo Stikers Serenade


Cutest Lil Pumpkin
by Debbie Sherman
 Designer Tips: Adding clusters of embellishments gives your project dimension and depth. For this card I used patterned paper to create several of my embellishments, I popped them up with foam squares to add the feeling of pumpkins sitting in a patch piled upon on another. Using patterned paper is a great way to create coordinating embellishments!
BoBunny supplies:
Paper: Apple Cider Cut Outs,Pumpkin Patch,Afternoon
6x6 paper pads: Very Vintage, Natural Necessities 
Jewels: Apple Cider
Chipboard: 12" Apple Cider
Stickers: Apple Cider 12x12 Combo Sticker
Flowers: Apple Cider Market Petals
Ribbon:Olive Ribbon Spool



TACK/ Thank you
Mahlin Wiggur
 Bo Bunny Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Cut outs, Bounty/Apple Cider, Leaves/Camp-A-Lot
Cardstock: Double Dot in Ocean Vintage
Jewels: Apple Cider
Chipboard: Apple Cider
Petals : Apple Cider
Buttons: Apple Cider
Stickers: Combo Sticker/Apple Cider
Mini Album: Apple Cider
Ribbon: Double Dot in Kiwi and Turquoise


The Beauty of Fall
Robbie Herring

 Tips: Keep your supplies needed down by taking advantage of both sides and the pieces that are left over after you build your card. The Apple Cider Dot was used for the top layer of the card, the tiny punched flower centers and I punched the leaves from it, too. The leaves are the opposite side of the same paper.
 Also, take advantage of the packaged embellishments. Brads go a long way and I seldom use an entire package for one project. Think about using the smaller ones on smaller projects, like cards, and the bigger ones for layouts or projects where you need more impact. 
Supplies Used:
Patterned Paper: Apple Cider Dot and Apple Cider Cut Outs
Double Dot: Chocolate Dot
Brads: Apple Cider
Petals: Apple Cider
Ribbon: Double Dot Chocolate


Don't you just love today's cards! They kinda make me wanna rake leaves and
jump in the pile!  Create your fall cards and link us to them below..
We can't wait to see what you come up with.


And for Last months winner...
Gini Cagle
with her adorable card below...

Congrats Gini and shoot us an email and we'll get you out a bag-o-happiness!

13 comments:

  1. Congrats Gini! Your card, and all the others, are beautiful!

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  2. Gorgeous cards and congrats to Gini

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  3. Wonderful challenge!! What fabulous inspiration by the DT!! Congratulations to Gini!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

    http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

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  4. Such gorgeous fall cards, girls! And big congrats to Gini! Your fall card is a jewel too:)

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  5. These fall themed projects are just incredible. I love all the layers...so much inspiration here.

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  6. All the cards are just beautiful. I love how each one is so different and yet reminds me of fall. Congrats to Gini too..great project!

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  7. Love the cards! So stunning!!

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  8. Congrats Gini!!! And loving today's Fall cards!!! GORGEOUS!!! Can't wait to play along with this one!!!!

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  9. Love the Apple Cider collection, to tell you the truth I was a little disappointed not seeing the little girl/boy in snowsuits. I just love them. Beautiful cards.
    Hugz, Z

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  10. Congrats, Gini. And beautiful work here today!!

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  11. Thank you for the fantastic inspirations!! And thank you for the great challenge!

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