Monday, May 5, 2014

~Challenge #7 for Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge Blog~

Hi Sweet Friends,  Welcome, this is Challenge #7 for Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge Blog!  This challenge is called "Ribbon, Lace, and Twine, Oh My"!

Show us your fiber side!  Use ribbon, lace, or twine on your project.  Dig into your hoard and share how crative you can be with fibers!  You may use ribbon, lace, twine, embroidery floss, string, yarn, fabric, etc.  As long as you have something in the "ribbon" family on your project, you are good to go!

Our sponsors for the two May challenges are Really Reasonable Ribbon and Sin City Stamps.  One talented participant will receive these prizes, donated by Sin City and Really Reasonable Stamps!



Here's Sin City Stamps link for the blog hop!
Barbara Rankin
Karen Lackey
Linda Hess
Lisa Mita
Peggy Oliver
Robin Redd

Here's my DT project for this challenge.


Challenge Rules are here: Gloria Designs Challenge.  Make sure to link your project using the link tool on the Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge Blog.  Make sure to visit our Design Team to check out what they have done to share!

Donna Idet
Glenda Brooks
Gloria Stengel (Blog Owner)
Karen Zueger (YOU ARE HERE)
Pam Bray
Tammi Bennett
Amber Milone
Christy Butters
Debbie Seyer
Ginny Nemchak
Jan Marie Ennenga
Kathy Clement

Materials Used:  Cardstock - Olive, Slate, and Ivory
Prima 12 x 12 stencil - Floral Rose
Shimmerz Dazzlers - Lemon Drop

Thanks for dropping by and taking a peek and I hope you've enjoyed and are inspired to create a fun project for this challenge!


18 comments:

  1. Beautiful layout! Love the colors!!

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  2. OMG! This just stopped me in my tracks! Gorgeous!! Love the layers, the gold and....everything!

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  3. This is so amazing. I love every bit of it!

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  4. I can't tell you how much I love, love, love your layout and am definitely going to do more embossing on my projects.

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  5. I do love this layout! The background if just amazing....embossing is just so creative!

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  6. This is just yummy! Love all the yummy paper layers...love all the yummy gold embossing, love the yummy textures in your floral corner, and love the yummy way you used all that ribbon. Yummy, yummy, yummy!

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  7. Karen, I love your layout! Love the gold embossing on your layout, not to mention the cute picture.

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  8. Your layout is simply gorgeous. I love the colors and all the dimension. Brilliant!

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  9. Love the colours and style of this layout, beautiful!!

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  10. Love your paper layers and use of the ribbon but what really blows my mind is your embossing. It's Amazing!

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  11. I LOVE your layers and matching ribbon .. really eye catching.. Great Job!

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  12. Wonderful rich colours - love this!

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  13. This is just gorgeous! I love how you used the stencil as a template for embossing with gold. This is a fantastic idea!

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  14. Love love LOVE this layout!! Great use of the ribbon and I love the words coming down the side. :) Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving a sweet comment. :)

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  15. Fabulous photo, and I love those layered papers drawing the eye towards it. Gorgeous dimensional embellishing for a fantastic layout... Great inspiration for the Craft Hoarders challenge, thank you.
    Alison x

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