Even though I've gotten specific on those elements that you must include on your card, you can still there lots of room for creativity!
By the way, did I mention that next week is another sponsored week? Well it is, and I will have details for your soon...
So very pretty, Gloria!
There is some room for interpretation on this challenge. Of course I would like to see pink on this card, and also a paisley pattern, but how much of either and in what forms they come are up to you. As for the princess part - it can be the theme, a picture of a princess, or the word...really, that's up to you as well.
Have fun with it - we can't wait to see what you come up with!
I really like the effect that this creates - and that's some beautiful ribbon you've chosen, Sophie! I don't know about you, but after tying bows using ribbon, the ends often fray a bit and I have to trim them up. Seeing how nice this looks, I think it would be fun to urge the fraying along and then the look is intentional.
No need to tell a joke, just give us a frayed knot ;)
And on the inside:
Please email me with your email address so we can get your prize to you!
You don't have to use the lyrics on your card, just use them to inspire your design.
A big THANK YOU to In Style Stamps for sponsoring us this past week, it was a great pleasure for us to work with your images!!!
Here's a peek at the inside:
Oh Sophie, this card is sooooooo sweet!!
And how cute is that chickie image from In Style Stamps? Very!
So this is my last post from sunny Florida - tomorrow I'll be back in the beautful Pacific Northwest....
I just love that ISS image, and that along with the bright colors you chose would appeal to teenage girls everywhere, Kristie!
Now, I challenge you to think "teen girl" and see what you come up with...
I love that you used a black and white background with this Gloria, it really sets off that butterfly and its many colors!
Back tomorrow with another post from sunny Orlando, Florida!!