Another Flower Soft Challenge

Welcome to another Flower Soft challenge this month,

This month’s challenge is to make an Anniversary or Valentine’s card – we would love to see you use a Flower Soft product on your card and include a link of it in the comments section of the Flower Soft blog.

I made my anniversary card with the Mabel Lucie Attwell 3D Pop Up Card Kit – a Flowersoft New Release. The card kits are new to me since I joined this design team and boy, it really makes card making very easy when everything is already in the kit!

Except for a bit of twine and some Flowersoft wires and flower soft for her bouquet, and a bit of white cardstock to mat the sentiment, everything you see come from the kit. How easy and quick is that to make a stinkin’ cute card!

 Here’s a list of my other Design Team members for more inspiration:

Deb Felts
Deb Seyer
Jennifer Buck
Linda Beeson
Krista Riley
Dawn Lusk
Lisa Murphy

If you upload your creation to SCS, please use the keyword FSC43 and flowersoft so we will be able to find you. The prize for this challenge is the Mabel Lucie Attwell 3D Pop-up Card Kit.

Have a creative kinda day!


Cardabilities Reveal for Febuary 15

Welcome to another Cardabilities reveal.

I hope you all had a fun and romantic Valentine’s Day. And if you didn’t, I always tell myself – it’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

And with all the love talk, here is the sketch for this reveal:

And here is my take:


I love that sentiment from Stampendous! So sweet and to the point. The border is a die from Spellbinders. Ribbon is from Offray and paper is from My Mind’s Eye.

I hope you find yourself inspired to play along too.


Not a card …

That’s the challenge at The Pixie Cottage this week – make anything but a card … or you can use the sketch below to make a non-card item (I’m thinking a layout or a home decor item or anything your creative minds can come up with):

I did a tag instead … really I made it like a bookmark because I gave my other bookmark away and I really need another one and never got around to making one.

My bird was stamped on vellum and I dabbed the whole thing with distressed ink and heat set the ink stained vellum till the whole thing was crispy.

So now it’s your turn to go and create and come back and share with us. I’m very curious to see what non card item you will be creating, especially if you choose to use the sketch.

The randomly picked winner of their choice of two fabulous Pixie Cottage stamps.

I hope your Valentine’s Day went well!