Ready for a new challenge? Well, this week we're going to Shake It Up
This week I'm asking that you make a Shaker card ... There are so many fabulous examples out there in Blogland and we'd love to see yours so please come and join us!
~ Ros ~
Week 226 ~ Shake It Up!
Week 226 ~ Shake It Up!
I live in a place called Strømmen just outside Oslo, the capital of Norway, with my husband and son (17). Cardmaking and scrapbooking have been one of my favourite things to do since 2005. I love my distress inks, Tim Holtz - scissors and seam binding ribbons and I am also addicted to beautiful patterned papers and different kind of stamps.
I love to do different styles of card making. I am easily bored if I have to do the same kind of thing for a long time. If I have made something cute I have to make something else next.
I get inspired by blogs, magazines and patterned papers. I am easily inspired and I like to clean up my workspace before I start a new project.
I also love the theatre and have been acting, producing and directing plays most of my life. When I was young, I studied to be a photographer so I love to take pictures. I also like interior design. I love to tell a story and express feelings and I think that all my work is influenced by that. Some people tell me that they sometimes can feel the theatre and drama in my paperwork. I also like to teach, so I do a lot of scrapbooking and cardmaking classes.
I really like to work in my craft room in the late evening, and I am often so engaged in my project that I go to bed much later than I mean to. We have some really nice radio-programs in the evenings, that I love to listen to while I am working.
You can visit my blog here: www.papirverkstedet.blogspot.com
Have a wonderful day!
You are in for a treat today as our Guest not only make one shaker card but two lovelies here, why don't you hop over to Synnove's blog to see more details of her lovely work!
Be Inspired by the CCCB Designers
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The winner this week will be invited to be our Guest Designer here at CCCB!
Challenge ends September 1st, 2014 at 11.55 PM (EST)
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Thanks to all who played along with us last week.
And the winner for week 225 is....
Congratulations!!!! This is so pretty!
Please grab the winner's badge from our side bar and also drop an email to Kirsty (email@example.com) so we could set you up for the designer spot. You'll have till September 8th, 2014 to do that!
Spotlight Artists Award
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Another fantastic challenge! Thanks to the DT for inspiring me to do my first ever shaker card! Beautiful works! :)ReplyDelete
Fun challenge and after a few attempts I did make a shaker card:)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for choosing my card for your Spotlight Artist spot, such a lovely surprise.ReplyDelete
Congratulations to the winner and other Spotlight Artists.