Sunday, June 18, 2017

Recipe Challenge

Welcome

At the last class I ran, for one of the projects I challenged those present to make a card using a recipe that I provided - my assumption that they would find this easy was not correct!!  


It was a real challenge to those present, but what they created was amazing. 
 The recipe was to use from the supplies available:
Two patterned papers,
a scripture stamp,
1/4 of a large doily,
Washi tape or ribbon.
Bling was optional...


I selected this stamp from the Our Daily Bread Designs - Grace's Hope Set - I stamped it in Memento Rhubarb Stalk ink , and sponged it with Whisper Rich Plum ink after die cutting and embossing it, before removing the die.


The paper came from a collection I have had for years - I cut it into banner shapes and sponged the edges of it with the Rich Plum ink and also the Sugarloaf Green from Whisper inks, and added matching ribbon and rhinestones. I also sponged the edge of the doily with the Sugarloaf Green ink.


The butterflies were cut with Memory Box dies from pink glitter card, and had clear rhinestones adhered to them, that matched the rhinestones on the corner and top of the banner.


I decorated the inside using some paper lace tape that I sponged with the Sugar Loaf green ink.

I am linking this to:
(This card is for a friend who has just had surgery)
I used ribbon, Die/punch. Sentiment

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33 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful scripture stamp Maxine and what beautiful colours topped off with a part of nature, the butterfly.xx [aNNie]

froebelsternchen Susi said...

What a wonderful card is this? Just UNIQUE Maxine! I love it!
Happy Sunday!

PaperCraft Happy said...

Hi Maxine, Thank you for entering such an inspirational card. I love your layout and the recipe items used for this card worked well together. I like the ribbon and the bling over the pattern papers as the side border. Your butterflies are lovely and fun :) Most of all I think the scripture is such an inspiration of hope. Thank you for sharing your art at Crafting with Dragonflies Challenges! Please also visit Paper Craft Happy Challenges!

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi this is a stunning card. Thank-you for joining us at the Crafts Galore Encore Challenge 41 Anything Goes sponsored by Sparkle N Sprinkle. Hugs Jackie DT

Mac Mable said...

What a great idea to give the workshop a recipe to follow, even though they found it hard. Such a fabulous card, great combination of the patterned paper and all the elements. Thank you for sharing x

Liz said...

Lovely card, Maxine. I love the idea of giving everyone a recipe to make a card. xx

Mia said...

Your card is so lovely, Maxine!

Megan J said...

Hi Maxine, love what you created with your recipe, the other ladies might like some sketches for ideas to use the recipe, love the soft colours and the Doodlebug paper, I have some hiding away some where too. Have a wonderful week... Megan

Susan Hogan said...

A lovely card. Well done on the recipe. Thanks for the entry at Crafting with Dragonflies.

Dawn Turley said...

It would have been a challenge for me too! Great card Maxine

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Your card is beautiful, Maxine! I love that verse!

Gerrina said...

Love the panel and the colours! So many little details; had to make the pic bigger! Hugs, Gerrina

creationsnz said...

Such a great card Maxine, love the recipe too

Team Clark said...

Oh I just love this to bits! So so pretty! Hugs, Autumn

Furrbster said...

Such a pretty card and love the bling!

Thanks for playing along at Quirky Crafts,

Hugz Tinz

Hetty said...

Such a beautiful card, with all the great layering.
Lovely colors and beautiful sentiment.

Creations by Shirl said...

The blings just pops of your CAS card! TFS it with Brown Sugar Challenge~

Fran said...

Gorgeous! I love the scripture verse. Hugs, Fran

Lovely Linda said...

This is beautiful Maxine - I love that ODBD set and why is was inspired. I do love the Rhurbarb Stalk ink - a perfect Choice for this card - gorgeous details too. Sometimes it is good to be challenged in a Workshop - it helps us grow in our art/craft. {{{hugs}}}

Monica said...

I find the sentiment so motivational, Maxine. And the card is very graceful and charming. I like how you sponged the paper lace inside the card.

Sorry for my absence... been busy with lots. I launched my own initiative last year which is basically a platform to bring together like minded people and host, conduct or facilitate events relating to wellness and such. We have a group of ladies from diverse nationalities and that makes it even more interesting. All in the name of peace, togetherness and love.

Hope you are well and taking care of you.

Lots of love and gratitude for all your visits and kind words,
Monica

Neet said...

The script is beautiful - both in formation and words. I do like the colourways you have chosen, so subtle and yet they could be described almost as vibrant. So much to like about this card.
God Bless
Neet xx

Olga Fink said...

Such a gorgeous card!
Xoxo Olga

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Some people really flourish when you tell them you must use X Y and Z and to this. Others freak out. It is a fun idea for a challenge though. You card is looking good.

Sue - said...

Pretty card. Thanks for joining us at Quirky Crafts.

Shelly Schmidt said...

This is a gorgeous card Maxine! The scripture is wonderful and I love it in the color you stamped it in. I love everything about this card!

Pia S said...

A beautiful layout with the sentiment as main feature. Delicate colors. Thanks for sharing with us over at Catch the Bug, good luck in the challenge!

Cobnut Crafter said...

A very pretty card Maxine and perfectly showcases the main scripture stamp. x Anne

Jen Leeflang said...

Your card is gorgeous! Thanks for laying Bugaboo Bingo with us this week - good luck in the draw.
We hope you'll join us again soon.
Love
Jen L
Bugaboo DT

Diane Louise J said...

Hello…. You have made a beautiful card…. I hope your friend is having a speedy recovery. Thanks for entering it into the ‘Friendship’ challenge at Crafty Friends Challenge Blog. Good luck in the draw and hope you can join us again for our next challenge.
[Diane Louise, Team Leader for Crafty Friends Challenge Blog]

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

WOW! I'm speechless, Maxine. This card is so pretty!

Barb said...

This really is the prettiest card Maxine and what a lovely verse. Barbxx

MiamiKel said...

Gorgeous! I love how you give us so many different looks and details and up close of your card s!

Monika Reeck said...

lovely layout Maxine
and the butterfly glitter is adorable on your card
sweet sentiment too
wonderfully made