Sunday, October 30, 2011

Graphic 45 Thanksgiving Card Challenge!

Graphic 45 is having a fun Thanksgiving Card Challenge! Read all about it on the Graphic 45 Blog!

I created a card to get you started!


I used papers from Steampunk Debutante, Renaissance Faire, and Domestic Goddess - all in lovely fall shades!


I searched through my stash and found this fabbie flower and some feathers to add to my card. Such fun to shop in Gloria's Scrapbook Emporium!  {grin} 


Here is how to enter the contest:

Make a Thank You Card using Graphic 45 products

Load your card onto the Graphic 45 Facebook Page

Label photo "Thank You Card Challenge"

Submit by November 10 at 12pm PST

On November 11, three winners will be announced! Winners will get a PRIZE PACKAGE from the Christmas Emporium Collection!

(For my big announcement, scroll down to the next post....)

Supplies:
Graphic45 Papers: Steampunk Debutante: Fantasy Floral; Renaissance Faire: Bona Fide; Domestic Goddess: Farmers Market
Coredinations: Signature Series Graphic 45 Cardstock (Tuscan Sunset, Heritage Craft)
Clearsnap: Colorbox Blush Rose Chalk Ink; Colorbox Decades Dark Cashmere Antiquing Dye Ink
Spellbinders: Grand Calibur Die Cutting Machine, Nestabilities Templates (Fleur De Lis Accents, Fleur De Lis Squares, Standard Circles Large)
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: EZ-Runner, 3D Foam Squares
Neenah: Natural White cardstock
Stampin' Up: Sentiment stamps
American Crafts: Lace
Maya Road: Trinket pins
Prima: Flowers
Glue Dots: adhesive craft dots
Craft supply: feathers; glue

5 comments:

  1. Just a gorgeus card!! I love the paper and all the details are great.This is my first time in here and I enjoy everything!!!!!
    I wish a great week.
    Kisses and huges from Brazil
    Cynthia

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  2. That is a gorgeous card!

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  3. I'll bet it's fun to shop in Gloria's Scrapbook Emporium. . .:D Love this card. . .fruit labels get me everytime, especially when they're from just over the hill! Love this card and the feathers are an incredible touch. . .are you starting a new trend?

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