Good morning everyone! I'm pretty busy today, but have to invite you all over to Dream Valley Challenges for our next challenge, new beginnings. Were you a winner in our last challenge? They are posted, go look and see if you were one of the lucky 3 prize winners, or our top 3!
As I stated, our challenge is new beginnings, sponsored by One Stop Card Crafts and Crafty Ribbons. Just make a layout, altered item, card, WHATEVER, as long as the theme is something like a wedding, new baby, new house, graduate...you get the picture. New beginnings *duh* ;-)
A little bit about One Stop Card Crafts:
And just what are they offering up for our winner? Well...
Our second sponsor, Crafty Ribbons:
We are an online ribbon emporium, a treasure trove of lush drop dead gorgeous ribbons - and a few buttons! has a ribbon for any conceivable occasion and even ribbon printed to order, perfect for personalising your craft. We offer bargain bags and our Bev picks her favourites regularly and always offering great value for money. We also have a Crafty Ribbons Blog where we offer a Friday freebie, a chance to win some luscious ribbon every week. We also provide plenty of inspiration for using our gorgeous ribbon and show off our new and up coming stock.Crafty Ribbons
They are offering a fab prize, Bev's Bag:
I chose new baby (probably because this card is destined for a friend due any day now, just waiting for little Anakin to come on out of mommy's tummy :) The card base is Core'dinations, you just *have* to sand this. Well, at least I do! So I sanded the left side of the card, adhered some Daisy Hill papers, and some cute pom pom ribbon, a random scrap from my stash. The cute little baby buggy was cut with my Expression using the Stretch Your Imagination cartridge. Isn't it adorable? Yellow Studio G glitter glue to accent it, and boom, easiest card I've made in a long time. It's great when you can spend less than 30 minutes making a card, yet still make something that looks fab!
The sentiment is from the dollar stamp bin at Michael's from a couple of years ago, and it actually has a little baby t-shirt under the sentiment that I kept free of ink. I just wanted the words :) Embossed with clear powder as well, I like a little shine.
Remember, you have 2 weeks to get your creation all linked up to Dream Valley Challenges, so get creating and share with us!
Hope you all have a fabulous day. My parents are taking all 3 kids to see Rango, and hubby and I are off to visit an old friend (and the ladies are headed to a great local place owned by someone we went to high school with, Sap House Meadery, to pick up some deliciousness that is mead :) Yay!)