Sunday, October 18, 2009

SCS Group Challenges

I hope you are having a terrific Sunday. It's a beautiful Fall day here in the mid-west…..finally. ‘A pleasant change from close to freezing temps.

Today I’m catching up on two recent challenges from my SCS group... What a great bunch of ladies to craft with! Isn’t it amazing the wonderful people you can meet in blogland? (well mostly!!).

Sara from our group challenged us to make a Christmas tree ornament, and when I saw it I thought "Oh Sara... this looks too hard".. but it wasn't and you should try it out. It was fun, quick to put together and makes an adorable candy holder. For a nice change, I think I'll make several of these to hang instead of the traditional candy canes this year. Here’s the link if you are so inclined to try. (Thanks Sara for pushing me out of my comfort zone!)

Christmas treat ornament

This card is made for Karen’s challenge.. to use a sentiment as the focal point of the card.

Sentiment Challenge



Sometimes we need just a clean and simple card to send to a friend, so I’ll keep this on hand for that certain occasion. Thanks Karen for hosting our challenge.

Until next time.. have a great day, and be safe in all you do.

8 comments:

Sherrie Reusch said...

Oh, I'm really loving that ornament! I think I even have that stamp set. TFS!

Scrapping Julie said...

awesome job with this. i still havent tried it yet. but i will.

JazzyH said...

Very pretty!

Payne Holler Cards said...

such a cute ornament!!! will try it! and love your gold card...love all the matting with the nesties!
Linda

Gina said...

I love your idea of making enough of these to hang on a tree, I was thinking they would make a good advent calender type thing. Mine is on the list of things to do on my day off! I love your gold card too.

Cindy said...

Love both projects. The tree box is fabulous.

Sara said...

Peggy, you did awesome!!!!

specialcraftmom4 said...

Peggy you did a beautiful job with the SS challenge! I love this (:

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