Saturday, February 18, 2012

Sensational Saturday at Sugar Creek Hollow

Welcome to another Sensational Saturday at Sugar Creek Hollow and a new challenge for you. This week we want you to use the following SKETCH with an added challenge.

Because we are a vintage, shabby chic and primitive challenge blog we discourage "cute" cards with "cute" images but this week we are going to let you pull out a cute image and want to see how you can turn it into one of the three styles we do want to see. You will notice that our designers have done just that with these adorable images from our new sponsor, Inked Treasures.

This week Inked Treasures who will be providing 3 images from the Inked Treasures store as a prize for one random winner. That winner will also receive a winner's badge from Sugar Creek Hollow to display on her blog.

Here's my contribution to the challenge this week. I chose to make a monochromatic card using different tones of gray and a lot of scraps from my ever-growing collection.

With each challenge, the Design Team selects one project as Card of the Week and that creator will receive a winner's badge and will be in the running for a monthly Guest Designer spot.

Our designers have worked their magic to create some wonderful inspiration for you.  To get the details, just click on their name and you will be taken directly to their blog.

Thanks so much for stopping by.. have a fantastic weekend!


Debbie said...

Love the monochrome, I have such a hard time with that, must say you nailed it.


Patti P. said...

Hi Peggy, How gorgeous is the grays.
Your bow is yummy and love the way you have rounded your corners and the design with your papers.

Betty Benton said...

Wow! This monochromatic card in shades of gray is just fabulous!!

Payne Holler Cards said...

you created an adorable vintage card! love your decision to do mono...really pops!

Joann Burton said...

This card I love. You did such a good job on it. But tell me what does it mean when they say Shabby Chic. Love the card. joann

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