Welcome to another fun blog hop being hosted by members of StampTV's Center Stage Alumni. This time around, the hop is based on a limit supply challenge.
Create a clean and simple (CAS) card or project, use only embellishments that sparkle (glitter, rhinestones, etc.).
We've come together to share with you our version of this challenge, but to kick it off, here's a sample from Karen Knegten.
Ever so sweet - loving all that sparkle! Would love to see what you do with this challenge and make sure to leave a comment as you hop along because on Tuesday morning (April 2), we will randomly choose one of the comments from all the blogs and that person will receive a huge grab bag of fabulous Gina K. Designs Stamps!
Are you ready to start the hop? Here's a list of all those participating:
Hope you'll be able to join us ~ just create a card or project following the challenge guidelines above and add it to StampTV's gallery. Then come back here and post a link to it so we can all check it out!
very nice sparkle! thanks
I like the color combination and agree that it would make a nice "man" card. :)
I got caught up with my Easter preparations as far as I can go for now, so brought out a few items to create a CAS Wild Flower card. It was a nice break. Thanks for the inspiration and challenge and hop.
Nice card, we always need some sparkle.
Clean and Simple is what I like to do best.
Love the gold sparkle and the color combination!
Fabulous card, Karen!
Love the card and the colors you used. Thanks for sharing.
Here is my card - I may have gone a little over board on the glitter since I don't use it too often, but it was fun to make. Used glitter for the border, diamond stickles over the frosting, glitter pen for the flame, and bling around the sentiment.
Great card, I'm not sure I can make a really simple card. I will try.
These are so fun Cheryl! Glad you had a opportunity to play along!!!
Cheryl Goulding said:
Awesome glittery card! I took the challenge - FIRST CHALLENGE EVER - and actually made TWO sparkly cards. Posted them to the gallery; hope the links work: