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Under the sea...... Meljen's Designs shaped card challenge



This week the challenge on the Meljen's Design Challenge blog is Shaped Cards. I decided to make a couple of Get Well cards using images from the new release "Sea Critters". You can get this new release in the Meljen's Design digi shop.
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Come join us in the Shaped Cards challenge at Inspiration and Challenge blog for the chance to win some Meljen's Designs digital images.
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You might also want to check out the fabulous tutorials a couple of the DT members are putting together for Tutorial Tuesdays. This week Andrea put together a paper piecing tutorial.
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Did you get your Meljen's Designs freebie this week? It is only available for one week. You can get it on Melissa's blog.
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Thank you for looking. Stop by the Challenge & Inspiration blog to see what the rest of the team created for the shaped card challenge.


Updated: These cards were in the top 3 in the Die Cuts R Us Double Duty challenge.
Challenges for these cards:
Supplies:

  • Image: Little Fish & Cutie Crab from Meljen's Designs
  • Papers & CS: My Mind's Eye Where The Heart Is, image printed on Nenah Crest solar white
  • Inks: none
  • Embellishments & Tools: Cricut, Prismacolor and Copic markers, clear embossing powder and heat tool, misc. gem stones, Sakura Gellyroll clear glitter pen, misc. ribbons (green ribbon was colored with Prismacolor markers)

Comments

Karin said…
Oh my word...Super cute! I love your papers and the images are just darling :)
Donna said…
Fabulous theme for this card and such a sweet design! Thanks for joining in this weeks challenge at Cupcake :) Donna x
Cheryl, these are adorable!! I love the colors and fabulous circle shape!! Great job!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at DCRU this week!!
Sheri~DCRU DT
Dawn said…
How adorable are these? Great job sweetie!
Tammy said…
These are sooo adorable! I absolutely love that little crab and your shaped cards are fantastic!! Thanks for playing along this week at OWH S&S!!
helloholley said…
both cards are just darling!! You're very creative....tfs!!!
oh my goodness - that crab is sooooo cute!!! I walked by a crab punch today at my lss and almost took it but resisted the tempation...now i'm rethinking! Great circle cards!
Maria :)
Cheryl these are SO adorable!!! All the cards on your blog are GORGEOUS!!!!!
Shelly Schmidt said…
Darling shaped cards- I love the season where we make cards with fish and crabs- it is warm outside!!!
merniebug said…
Hey Girlfriend your comment thingy is hard to find, but I just wanted to let you know how much I love your sea Creatures. You did a great job with them. and it shows.
LuLu said…
Great cards - fun, bright & fresh. They brought a huge smile to my face too.

LOu
x
Cindy Haffner said…
Ohhh these are DARLING!!
Tami said…
Cute little fishies, great job Thanks for playing at Aly's
My Little Space said…
Gorgeous shaped card Cheryl.

Thank you for joining in with our challenge this week at PTW.

Mandy
Joanne Gilch said…
These little sea critters are so cute. You made two fabulous cards using those images...you are clever!!!!
Suzi said…
Hi Cheryl, two adorable cards, love the images and the shape. Thank you so much for joining us at C.R.A.F.T. this week.
Hugs
Suzi x
Eiglas said…
Lovely card Cheryl!
Thank you so much for coming over to play at C.R.A.F.T this week!
Hugs,
Eiglas
x
Marlene said…
Super cute!!! I love that crab!
andrea said…
gorgeous cards,love the images so cute thankyou for joining us at c.r.a.f.t. this week
andrea
Becky said…
What fun adorable cards.
Gwen said…
Your cards are so cute and fun, Cheryl. Great shape, fun colors. So glad to have you at DCRU this week for our double duty challenge. Hope to see you back at our new location next week.

www.acraftylittleplace.blogspot.com

Smiles!
Gwen DTC@DCRU
Rose said…
Gorgeous card!

Thanks for joining us at C.R.A.F.T and good luck.

Rose xx
The Crafty Den said…
What a pretty card. Love the colour scheme and gorgeous details. Thanks for joining us at cupcake craft challenge this week. Hugs, Denise x
Hi
Love the colour combo on both these gorgeous creations...
Those images are so super cool...
Thank you for joining us at Penny's this week.
Hugs Alison.
xx
raindropecho said…
Whoo hoo!! Congrats on your win, too, Cheryl!
- Ann
Hope Jacare said…
Great shape - thanks for playing along at C.R.A.F.T. this week!Fabulous cards and those images are gorgeous! Cheers Claire x
Trimgym said…
Fab card, thank you for joining us at CRAFT Challenge this week and good luck!

Jo and Tigerlover.

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