Monday, April 12, 2010

Heart 2 Heart Challenge #2

I did not participate in last week’s Heart 2 Heart challenge because I did not have a blog set up yet. I am excited to be a part of these challenges, so I got right on this week’s challenge.
It is a 1/2/3 challenge…the requirements are:
*Use 1 stamped image (not 1 set, but 1 image)
*Use 2 different patterned papers
*Use 3 embellishments - these can be 3 of the same thing or 3 different things
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I made this paper piecing card. I followed the requirements, though it was very hard for me because I LOVE to embellish.
1. I used the sentiment from the set “For Every Occasion
2. I used the green swirly paper and the polka dot paper from the Heaven Sent Level 2 paperpack (retired)
3. I used three adhesive pearls for buttons on my paper pieced rhino. For the rhino, I used garden green cardstock and for his jacket, I used crystal blue cardstock.
 I had fun making this card…William made one with me! I am looking forward to next week’s challenge.
Come back in to morning when I will be posting my Grand Opening Blog Candy!

10 comments:

Bonnie-Ann said...

LOVE it Twyla, I wam going to do this card soon.

Mary said...

That rhino is super cute!! Thanks for playing along with Heart 2 Heart Challenges!

dcookwrites said...

How sweet!

Lori Miller said...

Ohhh -- so cute! I'm glad you decided to jump into blogging so you could play along! It's fun, isn't it! :)

Lorrinda said...

Super sweet card!

Tracey Mason's Studio said...

What a pretty new blog you have here Twyla! That background is darling! You are quite the talented paper piecing person! We love Rhinos in this house. My little guy took to them from an early age. Sweet card, thanks for playing week 2 with us.

Katy said...

CUTE, CUTE little card...LOVE the paper piecing! Thanks for playing along!

Carol Labuski said...

How cute! Paper piecing is so much fun! Thanks for joining us this week! Hope to see more of your artwork!

Angela said...

Adorable rhino you have there! What a great card, I bet it was fun to make!

Helen Onulak said...

Absolutely Adorable!

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