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Catered Crop–Seeing Red

Hello!  I’m back. I’m sorry I have been gone so long.  Things have been so hectic that I haven’t had the chance to spend time in my craft room for months.  I was able to sneak away to my craft room for a while this weekend and hope to make it a regular event.

I decided to use the Catered Crop’s Seeing Red recipe swap and take the opportunity to cook up some note cards to give to my mother in-law.  Although I only had time to make 4 cards, it was great to spend time in my craft room again.

 

2014-10-01 CC Red 4 WM

2014-10-01 CC Red 3 WM

2014-10-01 CC Red 2 WM

2014-10-01 CC Red 1 WM

 

 

As always, Linda cooked up a fabulous Pinterest board to help get our creative mojo flowing.   Click on the photo below to go to her Seeing Red inspiration board.

 

Seeing Red Mosaic

 

Don’t forget to link up your Seeing Red creations at the Catered Crop.

 

Thank you for stopping by!

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Fancy Flourishes & Little Labels from Papertrey Ink
  • Inks:  Close To My Heart Hollyhock & Papertrey Ink Kraft inks
  • Papers:  Papertrey white CS, My Mind’s Eye Miss Caroline Dolled Up 6x6 paper pad, misc. scrap red CS, Starbucks coffee sleeve
  • Tools:  Stampin’ Up label punch, Martha Stewart butterfly punches
  • Embellishments:  Red & White bakers twine, misc. buttons, Berry Red mixed sequins from My Craft Spot

 

Challenges:

Comments

coldwaters2 said…
This is one gorgeous card Cheryl love that central design, smashing make.
hugs
lorraine x
Chana said…
Very nicely done! Thanks for leaving this in our mailbox here at 613 Avenue Create!
Hugz,
Chana, Owner
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I like how you used butterfly paper and butterfly dies to repeat the element, and also the buttons/sequins! Beautiful cards. Thanks for linking to Die Cuttin' Divas this week!

Evelyn
KraftyKoolKat said…
Such a gorgeous creation Cheryl. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely creation with us at Creative Card Crew.
Hugs
Cathy DT Member
xxxxxx
LisaM said…
Love your layers of goodies! The twine adds a perfect touch! Thanks for playing along with us at Cards In Envy!
Sandra H said…
So creative l love all the layers x
Donna Mosley said…
Great card Cheryl, gorgeous colours and design.

Donna x
These are beautiful, Cheryl! I'm going to pin them to my "cards to CASE" board! :)
Ann Abrahamson said…
Beautiful cards with a fantastic design! Glad you found time in your craft room and joined us at the Cards in Envy EnTWINEd Challenge!
Cheryl Krause said…
Oh my goodness, I just LOVE these! Thanks for joining us at Creative Card Crew!
Such fabulous color choices and a wonderful job combining patterns! What a treat! Thanks for propping this against our front door at 613 Avenue Create!
Sue from Oregon said…
Welcome back Cheryle---enjoyed your creations today!
Karen said…
Beautiful card, thanks for sharing it with us in the brown sugar challenge
Betty said…
What lovely cards love the design. Thank you for joining us at Whoopsi Daisy this week, Good Luck
Bettyxxx
wendipooh13 said…
eekkk!!! gorgeous!!! Thanks for playing along with us at Cards in Envy.
Sandy Trefger said…
Fabulous set of cards! Love each one of them! The butterflies are beautiful and I love how you added in the twine! Thanks for sharing with us at Cards in Envy!
Cara Malmrose said…
I just love everything about this card! Thanks for sharing this with us at Through The Craft Room Door. Please come play along with us again! (Hugs) Cara
Nance E Salkeld said…
Incredible cards! Love the colors and layout. Thanks for sharing at {PIN}spirational Challenges! Come back soon! Nance, DT
Sharon Noble said…
FAB Thank You for joining us at the PND challenge blog this time. Hope to see you next time.
Good Luck hugs Sharon (DT)
Teresa said…
Love this - such a beautiful card! Thanks for sharing at CATW - good luck and hope to see you again x
Linda McClain said…
Yay!! Cheryl is in the house! I love your four cards and your different twists. So gorgeous!
Beautiful cards! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge!! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!
~DEANNE~
A Little Bit O' Paper
DIANA L. said…
Happy new year Sheryl. Hope to see more of your wonderful creations in the year.
I love your cards!!! Thank you for sharing! Please visit my blog too: http://jessicalynnoriginal.typepad.com/blog/

Jessica

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