Birthday Blog Bash Week 3!

teacher1Its time for another blog bash – and you know what that means. 

Another challenge and another prize!

I’m so thrilled that some of you have decided to participate in my challenges – so  for this week, your challenge is to make a Thank You card!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is this week’s prize:

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 The prize includes:

  • Impression Obsession Cling Mounted Party Stamp
  • Making Memories Flowers Clear stamp set
  • Imaginisce Birthday clear stamps
  • 8 – 6″x6″ pieces of Imaginisce double sided patterned paper
  • 6 – 8.5″ x 11″ sheets of coordinating Bazzill cardstock
  • Calypso Kaleidacolor ink pad
  • 2 lengths of May Arts Ribbon
  • 1 clear pillow box
  • 1 clear 3″ cube box

So what do you need to do to enter?

Just leave a comment on this blog post with a link to your creation. 

I will draw a random winner for the challenge from all the comments.   The winners for all the Birthday Blog Bash challenges will be drawn on the 31st of the month, so you have till the 30th to get your entry in for this challenge.   Please enter each challenge only once.

Want extra credit?

If you share your challenge creation on your blog with a link back to the contest, I’ll put your name in the random drawing twice to double your chances.  

 For the Birthday Sale in the Paper Garden Projects Store this week:

About my card:

I made it with the new Greeting Farm Teacher Anya stamp.  I’m sooooo excited that these stamps are here!.  They are so cute and fun and such good quality.   You can see the rest of the Greeting Farm stamps by clicking here.

I actually made four slightly different  Teacher Anya cards so I could make a gift set.  Four cards fit perfectly in the half inch thick clear card box.

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I stamped them in Memento Rich Cocoa and colored them with Copic Markers.  I used circle Nestibility dies for the image and the Double Ended tag dies for the sentiment (the sentiment is from the Thanks Sentiment Clear Set).

Then I just packaged them in a clear card box.  I like to put the envelopes in the middle and have one of the cards face the back so the package looks pretty on both sides (instead of a plain envelope showing through the back).

I hope you find time to play the challenge (remember – you can still enter the first 3 challenges until March 30th.).  I can’t wait to see all your lovely creations.

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38 thoughts on “Birthday Blog Bash Week 3!

  1. Tricia T

    Cathy, I can’t believe that I didn’t have your blog in my google reader!!! I’ve missed all sorts of things. Love your cards and your challenge. I’ll be back with my card link later!

    Blessings!

    1. Cathy Post author

      Hi Kay,

      I got your question on the blonde hair for Anya. I’m a terrible doodler with the markers – I just play around till I find something I like and it seem I ALWAYS forget to note what markers I actually ended up using in the finished project. I think I used Y-21 as the base (colored all over), then added E-33 in the shadowed areas, then added a litte Y-35 in the meduim areas and blended it all with the Y-21 again.

      I hope this helps!

  2. Marika Gabez

    Chaty am Commends the first calf of your cards. I like all these colors.
    I followed your example and it also made a smaller batch.
    Here
    Hvala-Thanks
    Hvala ti -Thank you

    Greetings from Slovenia….Marika

  3. JP

    What georgeous bright colours and beautifully done. I know I am going to have to invest in some copics, even though I have not seen any yet
    Here is my thank you card link

    C:\Documents and Settings\JOAN PETTY\My Documents\My Pictures\Stamp shack gallery

  4. Diana

    This is the link to my card uploaded on SCS. I will also be blogging about it (but not until 3/26 or 3/27) here on my blog. I’ve also added you to the blogs I follow and your blog is on my side bar. Great challenges and tutorials. LOVE THIS BLOG!

  5. Nancy S

    Lots of cutting and layering with these two cards. But while I had the stamps out, I figured I’d make a few cards. Used Outlines rubber stamps.

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