Monday, September 2, 2013

It's A Holiday

Happy Labor Day!

I hope you are finding some way to enjoy this day (and hopefully you have the day off from work!) My husband and I have taken our son Brock to the apple orchard today to pick apples. It's a family tradition that he looks forward to every year. So while you're here checking out my blog, I'm probably munching on an apple and enjoying a beautiful late summer day.

That being said, I am VERY glad you're checking out my blog today because I have a couple of challenges to tell you about.

THEME: Color with Markers

September 2 - 8

This challenge was such a fun one for me - because I absolutely LOVE to color! ;)

Here's my card:

Here's the inside of my card:

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The other challenge is the MelonHeadz Friends Challenge.

THEME: Paper Piecing

September 2 - 15

I used some denim designer paper for the paper piecing on my card:

Here's the inside of my card:

I'm so glad you stopped by my blog today! I hope you will participate in the ABC Challenges Color with Markers Challenge and the MelonHeadz Friends Paper Piecing Challenge!

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Copic Markers
Cardstock: Recollections Black and Stampin' UP! Apricot Appeal
Designer Paper: from my scrap file
Embellishments: Queen & Co. Pearls

Images: MelonHeadz Little Boy Bundle
Ink: Copic Markers
Cardstock: Recollections Black and Stampin' UP! Riding Hood Red
Designer Paper: from  my scrap file
Embellishments: Paper Studio Brads


Zella said...

Both cards are amazing! Love your colors - so bright and fun!!

Darlene said...

Jeanette, the first card is wonderful with the soft colors and restful image.

The second one is too dang cute! All boy! (and that puppy-so sweet!)

Margaret said...

Great job on both cards. I love the Labor Day one. That's what I would have loved to be doing, instead I was doing the next best thing - crafting!

MaxineD said...

Beautiful cards Jeanette - love the lass reading, and that wee boy is so cute!

Sharon ~ A Piece Of Heart said...

These are great cards! Love the paper piecing. That paper was perfect for the overalls.

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