Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Create and Craft Four Day Deal - Part 2



I'm back today with some more cards made with the CD rom 'Brushstrokes in the Wild' from Card Creations Plus which is the current Four Day Deal on Create and Craft - I'm part of the Design Team who made sample cards for the TV shows.

My first card (above) uses a tiger image which I've decoupaged and great tiger backing paper.

Next an easel card using a cat image:


 Then a card using the panda image:


Finally a card using the owl image:


I'd like to enter my cards in the following challenges:

Totally Gorjuss - 'things with wings' (last card)
Anything Goes Challenge Blog - 'anything goes'
Party Time Tuesdays - 'anything goes'
2 Sisters Challenge Blog - 'fall colours' (last card)

7 comments:

  1. Another gorgeous set of cards Helen...:o)

    big hugs Vicky xx

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  2. Oh my, these are just gorgeous!!

    love Mags B x

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  3. Hi Helen. You have entered this in our DT call at PTT. If this is correct...great. But if not can you please leave a comment and I will remove you from the DT CALL.

    Thanks
    Jenn
    Owner PTT

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  4. Hi there, Beautiful project this week, thank you for joining in our challenge "Anything goes" at Anything Goes Challenge Blog
    Hugs
    Tamara

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  5. Wonderful wild animal cards. I host a weekly challenge at Speedy TV Mark's Finest Papers Simple Salutations in which challenge that started today 10/31 is Cat - Wild or Domestic Membership is free to join MFP. Please ck it out, join, create another card with a Cat since the one you have here is posted before start of this challenge, enter, let them know I sent you & you can be in the running to win an MFP stamp set. You do not have to use a MFP stamp to enter.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    MFP Simple Salutataions Hostess

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  6. Love these Helen, just love wildlife. Have ordered it, could not resist

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  7. What beautiful wildlife cards, Helen! The colors are just amazing. Each one contains a hint of an optical illusion in the layering and pairing together of details. Lovely cads.

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Thanks for leaving me a comment - I really do appreciate it.

Helen x

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