I hope you all have wonderful plans for this holiday weekend. We have had one cookout already and I am meeting my family on my Dad's side today for lunch. Out of a family of 9 I only have 3 uncles remaining, I am so looking forward to seeing everyone, and with that let me say.....
Welcome to Sugar Creek Hollow and another Sensational Saturday. This week we are challenging you to make SHAPED CARDS. Now everyone will tell you a square or a rectangle is a shape and they are correct but we want you to stretch your creativity and to try making cards in lots of other shapes. We want to remind you that we are a vintage, shabby chic or primitive inspired challenge blog so lets see your shaped cards in one of those styles. And one other reminder - our challenges go live on Saturday morning at 8:00 am EST so please do not link to a post prior to that day and time.
This week we have a wonderful sponsor, "priscillastyles" Store. The random winner will receive $10 worth of digis of their choice from "priscillastyles" Store and a Sugar Creek Hollow winner's badge to display on her blog.
The Design Team will also choose a Card of the Week and that creator will receive a badge to display on her blog and will be in the running for a Guest Designer spot.
The Design Team has created some wonderful cards for your inspiration using images from "priscillastyles" Store. I have used the wash basin and pitcher, which can be found in the store here.
For my card today, I used a 6" paper doilie and then layered digital paper, lace and ribbon along with Priscilla's lovely image. I wanted you to see the inside of my card so that you wouldn't think that I had just decorated a doilie, lol. Hope you will stop by the SCH blog and see what the other girls have for you this week, such pretty and creative eye candy for you!!
Paper: Wilton doilie, SU white, TLC dp digital
Ink: Tim Holtz distress inks- Antique Linen and Tea Dye, SU markers
Other: Spellbinders- circles and scalloped ovals, SU beachfront ribbon, McMahon Five lace, Studio18 rhinestones, Martha Stewart punch, recollections button
Images: Priscillastyles wash bason and pitcher, SU A word for you