Saturday 20 June 2009

Hero Arts 'Be Inspired' and the new Caardvarks Challenge

The challenge this week over at the Hero Arts blog is to make a card inspired by one of the Win a Day on the blog artists.  I have been overwhelmed by the gorgeous cards people have made inspired by me, so today I made some cards inspired by the other winners.  So much fun.

Supplies: Stamps - Hero Arts (sentiment, butterfly); PP - My Mind's Eye; Buttons - Dovecraft; Pearls - Crystal Stickers; Machine stitching.

Supplies: Stamps - Hero Arts (deer, sentiment); Paper - Papertrey Ink; Button - Hero Arts.

Supplies: Stamps - Hero Arts (flowers, sentiment, butterfly); PP - Basic Grey; Diamond Stickles; Machine Stitching.


The new challenge is up at Caardvarks - the sponsor is Purple Onion Designs, and they are offering a fabulous $50 shopping spree for the winner of the challenge.

The challenge is to create a window card - enter before 3rd July for your chance to win this amazingly generous prize.  Purple Onion stamps are gorgeous.  AND, between now and 3rd July, PO Designs are offering Caardvarks readers 25% discount on their products.  Check here for details.

Here are the cards I created using all PO stamps - I had a LOT of fun.

Click here to see MANY other cards created by my Design Team colleagues.  There are some amazing cards there.
Good luck - hope to see your entries.

What a long post, and my 2nd of the day.  Have a happy weekend.


Anonymous said...

Oh my! These are all such eye candy! I LOVE, absolutely love the first card!

Sanne said...

Fantastic Lucy! Lovely cards. I like every single one as allways! Enjoy your Sunday!

Lorena said...

Great cards! The purses one put a big grin on my face, lol!

Ann said...

Gorgeous cards, as always! I really love that first one--all those yummy papers and a beautiful butterfly!

Unknown said...

Each and every one is a gorgeous piece of art! Love these Lucy!

(-: Heidi

Jane said...

I just LOVE them all!

Tiffany Ervin said...

These are all amazing cards Lucy! That first one, that you did with the butterfly and collage, oh my gosh, that one is a stunning reflection of vintage, shabby chic, so beautiful!