Friday, June 10, 2011

Papercraft Star Executive Team Reveal: Cheery Lynn Designs and Jillibean Soup

Our current challenge at Papercraft Star is another fabulous sketch from Liz Chidester and we want you to use her sketch as inspiration to create any project your crafty-heart desires and then enter it for a chance to be selected as our next Papercraft Star! You'll find the link to our challenge with the details and the place to enter your project in the upper right hand of the sidebar of our blog.

Remember that this month we are challenging you to use our weekly theme as a dual challenge.  You can decide to either create a project using just our theme... or put a masculine twist to our theme and enter that project, or both for two chances to win prizes or be voted as our next Papercraft Star... now, how fun is that?!.

On Wednesday, I used this sketch along with stamps from Tradefish Designs to create a masculine project and today I am using just the sketch. To create my project, I started with some bright and cheerful patterned paper from the new Jillibean Soup, Blossom Soup on White Collection mini papers. I layered patterned paper onto Red Poppy and Lemon Tart cardstock from Papertrey Ink. Added some Lemon Tart Ribbon, a stamped sentiment and a flower die cut using Cheery Lynn Designs Judy's Blossoms flower die.

Beth Moore
Other supplies I used to create this card include Red Riding Hood Red ink from Stampin' Up, Tuxedo Black Ink from Memento, a green brad (Basic Grey) as well as the Scalloped Oval and Silver Oval Stackers from Cheery Lynn Designs.

There is still plenty of time to join our challenge here at Papercraft Star and we can't wait to see what you create!

3 Scrappy Comments:

Catherine Schroeder said...

so cute! I love how you backed the flowers and leaves with white paper! It really makes it pop!

Kristina said...

I am so loving this card Beth!! I love the colors, the paper and that flower is fabulous!!

Kim Duran said...

Beautiful card, Beth! I really love the flower and the framed sentiment. The pop of red is lovely!

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