Here is my card:
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About the Challenges:
Our challenges are open to everyone!
*To enter, follow the challenge of the week and post your results to your personal blog or other online gallery.
*Be sure to go to the H2H Blog and direct link to your challenge post so we can see your artwork!
*In order to enter a challenge, you must use CTMH products but your project does not have to be 100% CTMH. (If you do not own the specific colors in the challenge- get as close as you can)
*If you use something from another company, please consider including details in your project's description.
*Spread the word about our challenge blog by including our badge on your blog.
*Most importantly, have fun creating - the Close To My Heart way!
This week we have our first sponsor, Juli Clark! You must run not walk to the H2H Blog and see Juli's Prize package- then click on her web site & see her "Color Challenge" Sample. It is to die for!
Now here is what YOU need to do. Leave me a comment- let me know what you think. Show me some love, huh? Then get creating! Play along. Link your blog. Maybe win that prize package! What are you waiting for?
Have a Colorful Day!
Edit: Let's talk about that flower shall we? It was very easy to create. First thing is to cut or punch a circle to the size you want your flower in the closest color to the ribbon of choice. Using CTMH is the best choice for this technique since we have coordinating products. I used Sunflower CS & Sunflower organza ribbon. Next, tie a knot in the end of your ribbon. Glue dot that knot to the center of your circle. Roll, fold, flip & glue that ribbon down around and around till you get to the very outside. I use Glue Dots and trim the extra cardstock off the edges (If it shows) Add Brads or buttons to the center. That is it! Now go make one. You will love them!
Ps. Let's talk about those scallop borders at the bottom shall we? Guess what I used? A Circle Punch! Punch & Punch Circles then layer them! Instant Border. I think I have a thing for circles today.