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Catered Crop–Map It Recipe Swap

Get out the map get out the map and lay your finger anywhere down
We'll leave the figuring to those we pass on our way out of town ~ The Indigo Girls

 

The Catered Crop has another fun recipe swap – MAP IT!   Using maps in crafting projects is a hot trend.    For this swap, break out those map papers or even a real map and get crafty!

For my card, I dug into some October Afternoon papers that I had stashed away.   The Road Maps collection had some fun map-themed papers that I used for this project.   

 

2013-08-21 CC Map trip WM

 

As always, Linda curated a board on Pinterest to help get the creative mojo flowing.   Click on the image below to go to Linda’s Pinterest board “Map It”.

 

 

Don’t forget to enter the link to your  “Map It” creation on the Catered Crop blog.

 

Stop back tomorrow for another “Map It” creation.

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!

 

Supplies:

  • Papers:  Papertrey Kraft CS, October Afternoon Road Map designer papers
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Die-namics large scallop die, Sweet N Sassy Hearts die, Seeing Spots Provo Craft embossing folder, Stampin’ Up Photo Corner punch
  • Embellishments:  Misc. cork, baker’s twine, Jillibean Soup Vacation labels

 

Challenges:

Comments

Davi said…
Very pretty, I like the different dps you used for the banners! They are fun with the dotted topper:)
scrappymo! said…
This is so lovely. Great use of that map!
Sheila H said…
Your design and papers are fabulous. The scalloped DP is whimsical and fun atop the banners. Thanks for stopping by 613 Avenue Create.
Chana said…
Great design, Cheryl! Wonderful use of banners and that scalloped header with the twine and word band is just a fabulous design element. Again, I am so impressed with your wonderful design point of view. Very Nicely Done! Thanks for dropping this off by our house at 613 Avenue Create!
Hugz,
Chana
Sharon said…
I love, love, love this! The papers are fantastic! Thanks for joining us at Crafting By Designs.
Hugs, Sharon
cass said…
Wonderful card, saw it on MIM
Barbara Bruder said…
Your banners are great!!!Love how you incorporated the map, great card. Thanks for joining us at the Craft-Dee BowZ challenge this month. Hugs, Barbara {personal blog - Art and Soul Creations}
Violent Kittie said…
This card is fantastic! It looks like fun and makes me want to go on a road trip! Thanks for joining us at Drunken Stampers!
Linda McClain said…
You're a trip - how fun! I love it!
Jacki Daniels said…

What a gorgeous creation thank you for playing along with us at Drunken Stamper this week
Jacki xx
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Jacki Daniels said…

What a gorgeous creation thank you for playing along with us at Drunken Stamper this week
Jacki xx
http://scullduggery-cardsbyjacki.blogspot.co.uk/
http://punkyougirl.blogspot.co.uk
Scrapbook Lynne said…
Great card! I love your Map Banner. Thanks for playing along with us in the Drunken Stampers Lounge!
Barbara Godden said…
great use of the patterned paper and the map, fabulous use of the Theme for the Drunken Stamper's challenge, Twine/string. thanks for playing along.
Holly Young said…
how cute! I love the little cork heart and the big scallops at the top. Thanks for playing in Squigglefly's challenge this week.
Lou said…
Love those fishtail banners! What a cool card! Saw you at MIM and popped over for a closer look.
Cindy Groh said…
Fabulous card. Love the design of it and the especially the sewing around the edge. I spotted your card on MIM. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
Kate T said…
fabulous card, thanks for joining in this week at Crafty Ribbons challenge, Kate x
cebelica said…
I like all the different DPs you used on your card. That map banner really stands out and the small heart you put on it is a perfect touch. Fab work! Thank you for playing with us at Crafty ribbons! Hugs! xx
Kathy Bradley said…
Very pretty - the banners are awesome. Thanks for joining us at Squigglefly.
Donna said…
Fab card! Love all the colours! Thanks for playing along with the Drunken Stampers this week for the twine challenge!
Really liking the design sketch for this card and that sentiment rocks.
this is beautiful! I want to thank you for joining in our Squigglefly challenge!
Evie said…
A gorgeous and beautiful card. Thank you for joining us at Card Mania. Good luck.
Sarah Nancarrow said…
Loving the flags and embossing!! Such a beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at Sister Act Card Challenge :)
Wonderful card...love the banners! Thank you for playing along with By LORi Designs!
Michelle N. said…
I love the funny sentiment! All your elements work together so well this card is a treat!

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