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Monday, September 17, 2012

Tammy's Scrapin Corner Challenge #28 "Anything Goes"


This will be a kind of long post; therefore, I will get right to business.  This week over at Tammy's Scrapin Corner challenge it's an "Anything Goes" challenge.  So, no excuses for not joining in the fun this week.

Our generous sponsors for this challenge are Digi Darla Designs and Stitchy Bear Designs.  I chose to create two cards this week.  The first card I created I used Robert Jackson's Digital Expression "Granny's Quilt" and Digi Darlas "Flowergirl."  I am also throwing in another treat for you.  I created a tutorial for my Digi Darla card.  I hope that you find it easy to follow and fun to make.  :-)

Here are my creations and tutorial...

RJ Digital Expressions "Granny's Quilt"

Sentiment by ME

****"Oober Easy Easle" card****

Here's my other creation (using the tutorial)...

Digi Darla's "Flowergirl"
Create w/TLC wordart

I created my first card using a 6x6 Scalloped square cardbase.  I layered on SU cardstock and then stitched it on the sewing machine.  I added square dp tiles made using the SU scalloped punch.  I cut out a circle using Spellbinder's loop circle diecut.  I colored my image using Copic markers and finished it off with buttons.  This card is a bit sentimental to me, because my grandmother (who was my original BFF) made quilts.  I use to love helping her cut out the square pieces.  She was awesome and I miss her a lot.

My other card was created using the tutorial and I was playing around discovered this would work. lol  I always create by accident (hence the quote at the bottom of my blog post).  I used SU cardstock and papers to create this easle card.  I added some Wild Orchid flowers and a perfect sentiment from Paulette over at Create with TLC to finish it up.

I hope that you will give the tut a try (and let me know if it works or not) and come play with us over at TSC!

Thanks for looking and commenting.

I brake for Stamps:  Digital Image
Just Keep on Creating:  Anything Goes
Jackson's Digital Expressions Challenge:  Anything Goes

Now get to creating...

Remember: There are no mistakes in cardmaking, only opportunities for creativity!


  1. Love both of your cards!!! Thanks for the tutorial!! :) LOVE It!! You are so talented!

  2. This is so beautifully designed. Loving your creative style an thanks for the great tutorial. Wishing you a fab Monday.
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

  3. Hi, Candy, I love both cards and the tutorial! Using inchies in conjunction with " Granny's Quilt" was very creative and really elevates the design. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Jackson's Digital Expressions!
    Chana, DT Coordinator

  4. I like both card of your cards. I will have to give the easel card a try. Thanks for joining us at Jackson's Digital Expressions.

  5. These are both seriously cute! I really like the quilt you made on the first one! So clever!

  6. Both wonderful, love the easel card and the quilt one is just too cute! Fabulous work on both.

  7. Hello sweet Candy! Both really gorgeous cards! Gotta try that twist card!

  8. Candy both of your cards are lovely. I am going to try the easel card so if you get a phone call late at night it's me pulling my hair Really, you are so talented and we appreciate everything you do for us. joann sassy raggedy

  9. Love this card, love the main image and the whole quilt theme is just fantastic, love it.

    Love your photo of Shemar Moore as well :)

    Thanks so much for sharing your card at Anything goes, Just keep on creating. So sorry for the delay in leaving this comment, I am playing catchup now and will have everything updated asap.

  10. Thanks so much for sharing this lovely project at Anything goes, Just keep on creating.
    Sorry it has taken so long to leave a comment. Just to let you know that the challenges are up and running again so hope you will continue to play along.


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Sue Nelson and I

Sue Nelson and I
2009 Rubber Stamp Convention