Lawnscaping Challenge: Clean & Simple

Hi, everybody! Hope you’re having a great weekend so far! 
It’s finally starting to feel like Spring here, and I got out for a little while today and enjoyed the warmer weather!
One of my goals for this year is to play along with more online challenges and break out of my crafty comfort zones, so I made this card for the current Lawnscaping Challenge. “Clean and Simple” is not something I normally do, because I love adding layers, but I gave it a try!
I fell in love with Lawn Fawn’s “Let’s Roll” set at Winter CHA, and I thought it would be a great set to use for this challenge:
And it happens that Scott & I went out for sushi last night, so my timing couldn’t be better! 
There are a few days left for this challenge, so if you want to link up an entry, just stop by the Lawnscaping challenge blog and get all of the details!
Thanks for stopping by today!
Hugs,
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Going for the GOLD at SOG!

Howdy, everybody! I can’t believe it’s March already! Are you ready for a new ODD challenge? This month, we’re going for the GOLD! ‘Cause you know that there’s a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow, although with all the winter weather we’ve been having, I haven’t seen that many rainbows lately!

So, grab your fave Some Odd Girl images and any gold accents (like glitter, foil, rhinestones or other embellishments), because we want to see your 24 karat creations! Here’s mine, featuring Peacock Kaylee (digi), a sentiment stamp from the Sunny Mae clear set, and one of the gold doilies from SOG’s Odds & Ends:

Some Odd Girl supplies: digital stamp “Peacock Kaylee“,  clear sentiment stamp from “Sunny Mae” set, and gold foil doily from Odds & Ends collection. Other supplies: paper (Basic Grey “Marrakech” mini pad – retired), gold lace washi tape (Little B), gold eyelets, gold sequin, assorted Copic markers, watermark ink, gold embossing powder, foam tape, Stickles glitter glue, gold pen, embossing folder (Sizzix). 

And, don’t forget about our Release Week festivities kicking off in our new Facebook groupWe’re going to have daily challenges, prizes, contests, giveaways, flash sales, games and more! You’ve got to be there! 


Hipster Mae, Hipster Kody and the Hipster Pets, will hit the shop at 9am EST on March 3 with Newsletter subscribers getting a little treat. If you are not subscribed you’ll miss out, so hurry and sign up!

You can find all the details on this month’s challenge at the Some Odd Girl blog, which is also the place to link up your gorgeous golden creations! Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Hugs,

SCRS Challenge #116: Step Card

Hi, everybody! It’s time for a new challenge at Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps!
This week, we’re challenging you to create a center or side step card. I made a center step card featuring “Broomstick Lucy” based on this Splitcoast tutorial

To play along in our challenge, upload a photo of your project and provide a direct link in the linky widget at the bottom of this challenge’s post at the SCRS blog. To be eligible for the challenge prize, you must use a Sparkle Creations image on your entry. The deadline for challenge #116 is Sunday, November 3 @ 9 PM PST.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Hope you’re having a great week!

A new and colorful challenge at SCRS!

Happy Tuesday, everybody! It’s my turn to post a card for the new challenge at Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps! This time, we’re inspired by a color combination, and I chose “Cafe Lucy” for my card:
SCRS supplies: “Cafe Lucy” image stamp, sentiment from “Seattle Chloe” set; Other supplies: designer paper (“Soho Garden” – American Crafts), button, twine, glitter brads, assorted Copic markers.
Here’s the color combo for your creative reference:
For all the details on this challenge, visit the Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps blog, where you’ll find more inspiration from the SCRS team: Judith (our September guest), Debbie, and Kim also have cards to share with you for this challenge!
And, don’t forget, Sparkle is having a big sale in the SCRS Store! All unmounted rubber stamps have been reduced to $5 each! (This doesn’t include the July release stamps, which are cling-mounted and trimmed.) You don’t need a coupon code, just go shopping!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Hope you’re having a wonderful week so far!
I’ll be back shortly with my regularly scheduled TGF Garden Variety Tuesday challenge post!
Hugs,