Monday, September 13, 2010

Two Challenge Cards!

Hello Bleeps!!!
I hope you had a great weekend!!!! I have two cards to share with you today. They are for two challenges over at Operation Write Home.
The first challenge, here is the sketch they gave us to use:


And here is my take on it:


Recipe for card:

  1. Cardstocks: Close to Cocoa,VV and Chocolate Chip

  2. Riveting Stamp Set


    Chocolate Chip Corduroy Buttons

  3. Early Espresso Waffle Paper

  4. 1" Circle Punch

  5. Chocolate Chip Ribbon

  6. DSP from Stash

  7. Tasteful Trim Die (new Holiday Mini Catty)

  8. Chocolate Chip Ink



Here is the second sketch they gave us:


And here's my take on it:

Recipe for Flower Card:

  1. Cardstocks: BB,WW and Cherry Cobbler

  2. Inks: BB,Cherry Cobbler and Stazon Black

  3. Doodle This Stamp Set


    Basic Black Satin Ribbon

  4. Basic Black Brad

  5. Tasteful Trim Die

11 comments:

Diana said...

Pretty cards. Operation Write Home is such a great cause. I am now following you from Stampin' Connection. My blos is www.secretlifeofpaper.blogspot.com

scrappin_3rdeeschik said...

Red and Black. Very elegant

Samantha said...

You always make such awesome cards! Love them both!

jayne said...

Beautiful cards; love the flower!

Dixie Cochran said...

Holley! Both cards are beautiful, but that second one is my favorite! I had to click on the photo for a better look at the details! Amazing!

Lori Ingebritson said...

What an ingenious way of selling your retired stamps! Make a gorgeous card with them and everyone will fight over them! Way to go!

Jan Hunnicutt said...

Gorgeous! Both of your cards are gorgeous Holley!

Tammy Clarke said...

I love these cards. The image on the first one is gorgeous, I'm tempted... TFS.

Nancy Keller said...

Wow! That santa is over the top :) I love it, especially that little button! Thanks for sharing your cards! They are amazing!

Operation Write Home said...

Ooooooooooohhhh that red card with the flower just made me oooh out loud! Beautiful!

Tameko said...

Very nice cards. I like the vintage tone of the first card, and the red & black together are just beautiful!