Apr 01 2010

Stamp Simply #133 – Chipboard

Published by at 9 01 pm under Bow Easy,Challenges,General Purpose Cards

CHIPBOARD — Today’s challenge comes to us from Janine.  (Thank you, Janine!)  Here’s what Janine says:   I have a whole box of chipboard pieces that I never seem to use as often as I would like… This week’s challenge is dig out a chipboard piece that you have and design your card or project around that piece or pieces if you like!  If you don’t have any chipboard pieces then you can use a whole piece of chipboard or an empty cereal box, use one of your dies and cut your own.  Or cut it out freehand.. Let those creative juices flow and see where your chipboard takes you!

Remember to use Mr. Linky below!

Anyone is welcome and invited to play!  SCS Keyword is ssnotime133 for those who upload at SCS.  There is no time limit. You can play this challenge  anytime at all.  The point is to keep it simple, quick and have fun!!! Please link back here using Mr. Linky below.

Today is a new month, so that means we have to say goodbye to one Guest Designer and welcome in another.  Our goodbye this month goes to Marlene Bender from Heart Spring.  We have SO enjoyed your creations this month, Marlene!  Thank you SO much for sharing your awesome talent with us and just remember, now we ALL know where to find you!!!  Hope you can join us in playing again real soon!  Many, many thanks!!!

And I know most of you probably know well our April Guest Designer — welcome Teresa Kline, a/k/a  va.sunshine at SCS and here on her blog, Enjoy the VA Sunshine.   Although Teresa and I have never chatted before this past week, I really do feel like I’ve known her for a long time.  She’s a regular over at SCS and has been for quite some time.  I LOVE her creations and know you will, too!!!!  WELCOME, Teresa!  So glad to have you join us!!!

Check out the samples today on the blogs of these fabulous designers:

Teresa Kline:  Enjoy the VA Sunshine – April Guest Designer 

Deb Neerman:  Paper, Ink, Scissors & Stamps 

Barbara Anders: Paper Pursuits

Jennifer Buck: The Buck Stamps Here

Jenny Gropp: One Krafty Kat

Tammy Hershberger: Stamp Happy

Janine Orchard: 2bKrafty

AJ Otto: The Willow Garden

Deb Saaranen: Dream In Color (Deb is away today so won’t be playing this week)

Barb Schram: Explore. Dream. Discover 

Please bear with us all as we each upload and link on Thursday night.  Everyone should be up and set by Friday morning.

You may see all SCS Gallery Submissions here.

And here’s my chipboard creation for today:

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Another quick and easy card with NO stamping, and that’s fun sometimes, too!  A generic card with no sentiment, on the ready for many occasions.  Love having this type of card on hand.  Both my paper and my chipboard flower/leaves are from the Blue Awning Collection by K and Co.  Blue Awning is my all-time FAV K & Co. paper – JUST love it!

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I mounted my floral piece on layered panels cut with my Spellbinders Labels 4 dies and added a rhinestone on top.  The 1.25″ Crochet Lace and the 1.25″ 100% Ivory Silk Ribbon are both by May Arts and I have them in good supply in The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.  This lace comes in 7 colors and the silk comes in 23 colors.  Lots to choose from!  My bow is made on the Bow Easy (of course — LOL!). 

Editing Friday a.m. — Many have written already asking, so I’ll tell you — I have this paper pad (12 x 12) and this embellishment pack on order and they should arrive next week.  I’ll be putting them together in a Stamp Simply Kit as soon as they arrive along with this lace and silk and we’ll see what else works well.  If anyone would like to be put on a waiting list to be emailed when it arrives, just email me at ssj@up.net and I’ll add you to the list.  I don’t know the price yet as I’m not sure how much ribbon will be added to the Kit.  An email telling me you’d like to be on the list does NOT commit you — it merely means I’ll email you when it’s here.  Glad you are all liking this so well — as I said, it’s my FAV K & Co. paper!!!

So glad you stopped in today and hope you get a chance to try this fun challenge!  I have so many projects up my sleeve but have just been so busy not much has gotten made up yet!!!  You’ve all kept me hopping with the Wrinkled Ribbon!!!  Keep your eyes open for my post on Saturday showing you some more new ribbon — very, very pretty for spring!!!  Thanks much for stopping in — see you all on Saturday!!!

19 responses so far

19 Responses to “Stamp Simply #133 – Chipboard”

  1. jenny gropp says:

    Beautiful as always, that Bow is the icing on the already yummy layout and papers!

  2. This is so pretty……the chipboard I have don’t look like that……

  3. Jerri Kay says:

    Absolutely stunning Sharon. The silk bow picks up the colors in the card, absolutely gorgeous!

  4. Rosie Waldt says:

    Love your card, Sharon and the colors. That paper is gorgeous and also the blower and leaves. Do you carry the Blue Awning Collection by K & Co.? We are 3 ½ hrs. from anywhere to shop. :o(

  5. Deb Neerman says:

    So pretty, Sharon! Love the vintage feel you created … and that yummy ribbon! Just beautiful!

  6. Barbara says:

    You never disappoint, Sharon! FABulous use of that paper and chipboard. Just gorgous!

  7. Colleen Horner says:

    Beautiful. I mean BEAUTIFUL

    I love the paper too.

    Colleen

  8. Beverley says:

    Beautiful project…I love the DP and the colours look fantastic together…thanks for sharing…have a stampin’ good day.

    Stampin’ HUGZ
    Beverley

  9. jan metcalf says:

    Just a beautiful card!!!!

  10. Marie B. says:

    What a beautiful creation Sharon! But then again, I don’t think you could make anything that isn’t beautiful! :)

  11. I really enjoyed going through my giant box of chipboard! I hadn’t opened it in MONTHS and MONTHS!

  12. Jennie says:

    Beautiful card Sharon and finished off with that gorgeous ribbon. Just might have to get me some.

  13. Janine says:

    Gorgeous Sharon!! Have a wonderful Easter weekend!

  14. I would never have guessed that flower was chipboard! This is such a gorgeous card, finished off beautifully with that incredible ribbon!

  15. barb schram says:

    So, so pretty, love this challenge!

  16. Julia Aston says:

    Just linked my card – so glad you made me get out my chipboard! It’s been languishing in a drawer!

  17. Maria says:

    So fun! Will have to use more of my chipboard letters up!!!
    Maria

  18. Nerrida says:

    Oooh, you do lovely work Sharon! Love all your beautiful cards.

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