Hello, Pink Ladies (and gents)!
Today we're channeling our inner Grease for a little Club fun! My
challenge is inspired by one of the features found in our Jan/Feb
2012 issue of Creating Keepsakes -"Pink:
It's Not Just for Little Girls." In that feature, we shared ways to use this,
my favorite color, in so many ways that reach beyond little girl layouts. And
today I have one more. It's an excellent color to use for Valentine's Day
Use a few pink supplies from your stash to create a little
Valentine's Day happiness in your home. You can create a banner, a layout, a
card, or whatever else strikes your fancy.
Here's how my banner came together:
1. Free-hand cut several hearts from pink and red paper
2. Stitch them together using a sewing machine
3. Added a little crepe paper (Melissa Frances) and embellishments (The Paper Company) for texture
4. Attach the hearts to baker's twine (Doodlebug Design) using bitty clothespins (Pebbles Inc.) for a quick and cute banner
What will you do? A banner like mine? Something else entirely? I
can't wait to see.
Happy crafting, my pink-lovin' pals!
Hoeppner, creative editor
You have two ways to win!
If you'd like to participate in the live challenge, you have one hour to
create a project. At the end of that time, photograph or scan your project and
upload the image to the Club
CK gallery (learn how to upload your project here).
Then leave a comment below with the URL link to your page by 11:15 a.m. MST
today (Feb. 8). For example, your comment could look like this: "Thanks
for the fantastic challenge! My page is posted here: http://clubcreatingkeepsakes.com/media/p/31086.aspx."
If you weren't able to complete your project during the live challenge, or
you'd like to spend more time working on it, you have until 9:00 a.m. MST
Monday, February 13, 2012 to complete the "long challenge".
Follow the above instructions for posting your project and commenting. One
winner will be chosen from each group and will receive a set of goodies from Karen Foster Design.
Congratulations to the first winner of our one-hour challenge, Katie! To claim your prize, watch for a conversation on your profile.
Congratulations to the second winner of our challenge, cards4ever! To claim your prize, watch for a conversation on your profile.