Wednesday 28 August 2013

Midweek Papercraft Party 2

Welcome to our second challenge - it's time for Midweek Papercraft Party #2!

Last week's winner is...

Fantasy Firebird Creations

who used Handmade Harbour's Happy birthday tags on several different birthday cards.  I was actually most impressed by the flowers made from magazine pages - just amazing!

Congratulations Fantasy Firebird! (Sorry I couldn't see you real name on your blog!) Please email with your choice of three digital stamps from the Handmade Harbour store.

For this second week's challenge, we're still on "Anything Goes" for our theme.  I would LOVE to see more people using Handmade Harbour stamps - you could easily win and don't need to be an experienced card designer to win (although it won't do you any harm if you are!).

What has the design team been up to this week?  Let me show you...

I love the springlike feel in Lynne's new home card!  She made this using the digi stamp of the house sold - a cute house on a hill that comes with its own frame that Lynne has coloured with green and pink to echo the house colours.  The glitter really adds another dimension, doesn't it - although Lynne has added dimension by popping elements of the card - see her blog for more!

Deanne has a cat theme going on...

and not just on her cards!

 Smudge looks like a cat who wants some of the action!

Deanne used the cute cat on cushions digi as well as the cat on armchair with patchwork quilts digital stamp.  I love what she's done with these - my favourite is the grey cat on the red and blue cushions.  I suspect Smudge may just not care...

Rachel went straight for the wine!  She made this easel card using the it's always wine o' clock somewhere in the world digistamp

And she's not the only one!  Zoe's choice was white wine!  Aren't they both fab?  I love seeing the same image used in different ways!

And here's a little bit of extra inspiration for you - Zoe also made this yummy card with the free cupcake digital stamp that anyone can currently download.  If you use this in this week's challenge, you will be eligible to win more free stamps (of your choice!)

OK, so maybe we've over-indulged in cake and wine this week.  Well, why not - it's only paper!

Next week's theme is: Smile (or laugh!) - I'm letting you know now so you can prepare!  There are a few humorous digistamps to choose from on Handmade Harbour - I'd love you to use one so you're in with a chance of being next week's winner!

Meanwhile, if you want to join in with this week, please leave your link below.  Looking forward to seeing what you make!

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