Sunday, 14 November 2010

Saturday's VSN Challenges Part 2

This is part 2 of VSN Saturday's challenges - part 1 is here. There's just so many of them that they make my blog post so incredibly long.

Challenge L was to use blue and white with either gold or silver - I used silver (not really a fan of gold to be honest). Believe it or not the longest part of this card was tying the second fiddly bow for the hanging cord! In the end I just cut the cord in half, tied other end on and hid the cut bit under the middle stocking!


Challenge M was make a card inspired by the best moment of your life. One huge moment for me was passing my driving test, which I'm ashamed to say took 4 attempts! I had almost given up on ever passing as I just got so nervous in the tests! I haven't done this card yet but will hopefully get it done this week and will then upload it!

Challenge N was to be inspired by the music on your iPod. I have a ton of rock and metal on mine, including HIM, Marilyn Manson, Metallica, Coal Chamber and so on, so I just made a generic guitarist card! this is the one I made for Stacey's Curtain Call last week as well.


Challenge O was to make one of the following: a 3 X 3 note card tote, a 3 x 3 note card box, or four 3 X 3 note cards. I did the notecards using 2 colour variations.


Challenge P was to follow the given sketch. This one is also for Stampin' Royalty's challenge #45 to be inspired by the pictures of poppies for Remembrance Day.


Challenge Q was to use at least 3 colours from the rainbow and some glitter. I used red (Poppy Parade), orange (Peach Parfait) and yellow (Daffodil Delight) with some glitter brads. I also used the sketch from Papertake Weekly's #50 for this one.


Challenge R was to make a card honoring or remembering an angel and to use distressing. I haven't made this one either so will upload it later on this week.

3 comments:

  1. All of your cards are equally beautiful. Love your poppies and gorgeous colors. Great designer paper. Nicely done!
    Thank you for joining us at Stampin' Royalty!

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  2. Wow - what an amazing card. What a clever idea for the poppies. Thanks so much for joining us in remembrance this week at Stampin' Royalty

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  3. So Pretty! Really beautiful! everything is perfect! Thanks for playing along with us for this weeks' Stampin' Royalty challenge!

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