Monday, April 15, 2013

Challenge 10 Mother's Day

It's time for challenge #10, and this month, we'd like to see your Mother's Day projects! 

First, let's announce the winner of last month's Easter/Spring challenge... and that was the randomly drawn #10, Ema M. with this wonderful spring card:

Ema used one of our favorite sets, Oops a Daisy!

Oops a Daisy!

Congratulations, Ema, you will receive a free Raisin Boat stamp set of your choice! Please email with the name of your set selection and your mailing address.

For this month's challenge, you can use any stamp set you have (you don't have to limit your entry to Raisin Boat stamps). That's right, use any stamp set you wish for this challenge, but if you use a Raisin Boat stamp set, it will count as two entries. That gives you twice the chance to win a stamp set of your choice!

Any mother would love a hand-made card that you created just for her! So get busy, have fun, and link those cards below. If you are looking for a set to rent for the challenge or another project, check out the wonderful selection that Raisin Boat has in stock here.

We look forward to your Mother's Day creations for this challenge!

Now, some ideas for you...

This groovy card was created by Linda!
This first picture shows the front of the card - which features our '70s gal from Gals on Flashback Lane! The set also includes an '80s gal, like fer sure. :-)
This shows the card when you open it up.
The ice cream and phrases are from Cool Treats.

Below are a few more samples from our Idea Gallery:

The tie-dye effect on this gorgeous flower for Mom was created using the Bouncing Brayer technique. To view all supplies used, click here.

A colorful and happy way to thank Mom and tell her to take some time for herself
on her special day! View supplies here.

Express to Mom how much you love the cozy comforts of home with this warm greeting! View supplies here.


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