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Friday, January 29, 2010

Orange Eye Candy + A Weekend Challenge!


Hi there! I hope your Friday is moving along well and you find some creative time this weekend. As I've mentioned all week, our first Guest Designer, the super-talented Tanis Giesbrecht, is here today to share some SRM Sticker love.



I've worked with Tanis for a few years now and I'm proud to call her my friend. She's an incredible card maker -- she's a Caardvarks Crew Member, Salt Faith Designer, and Unity Stamp Co. Illustrator. Her talent runs deep, my friends, deep! You can view more of her work at her blog, Paper Canvas.

I asked Tanis to create a few cards with the color orange as her focus. Although I never wear orange, or buy decorative items in orange, for some reason I *love* crafting with it. Tanis said that she feels the same way, it's her favorite crafty color, too! Here's what she has for us today;




I love how she used 4 different SRM Stickers in a grid pattern for this card. It's neat and organized, and she let the stickers serve as her focal points.




Using one of our long stickers as a band across the whole card was a brilliant idea. So pretty, too!

Thank you so much, Tanis. You work has always inspired me and many others. You can see more SRM Sticker cards by Tanis when we sponsor a Caardvarks challenge on February 20th. In fact, the Caardvarks Crew will showcase a full gallery dedicated to SRM Sticker creations!

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Now, about that challenge. :) You are challenged to create a scrapbook page, altered item, card (whatever you like!), using the color orange. And...be sure to use stickers! They don't have to SRM Stickers. Strut your stuff, get crafty, and link up your entry via Mr. Linky below. I'll announce our challenge winner on Tuesday. Have your entry linked by Sunday night at Midnight, PST.

Mr. Linky is pretty easy to use. Enter your name then the url address of your blog post which features your entry. Be sure to link us to your blog post and not your main blog address. Have fun, can't wait to see what you have in store!


jenyfur





15 comments:

beckyjune said...

Beautiful work!

I'm up for the challenge :)

Janet Z said...

Thanks Tanis for the inspiration!

Tanis said...

YAY! Another orange card shall be in the works :) Fun Challenge Jenyfur, And THANKS SO MUCH for having me!!!

Raechelle said...

Beautiful cards Tanis! Awesome challenge. I like orange, but I don't think I have ever used it other than an accent. Looking forward to seeing the projects.

Gina said...

Great cards Tanis . . . and Jenyfur love the challenge, I'll be back later with a little something orange to share! :)

StampinCathy said...

Tanis is one very creative and inspiring crafter. I just love seeing all of your creative MOJO!

melita said...

You couldn't have picked a better first guest designer! Tanis rocks! Love her cards!

CoreyW said...

I love orange! those cards are great!!!!!

mustangkayla said...

What great cards!

BonnieRose said...

Tanis is a genius, I so admire her work! I'll definitely be doing this challenge this weekend.. stay tuned! xo bonnierose in fargo

Kimberly's Krafts said...

Wahoooo! A color challenge with SRM, Jen, and Tanis!? Oh yea! :)
I love your talent Tanis and these cards are so inspiring!
Thanks for the fun Jen!!

Jan said...

Love your cards Tanis! Thanks Jenyfur for the fun challenge!

colourmehappy said...

Beautiful cards Tasnis! And Jenyfur I thought you might like to know that orange is the colour for creativity.... so that's why you love crafting with it :-)

beckyjune said...

Thanks for a fun challenge! I love orange and don't use it enough.

Jennifer Priest said...

wow! Such gorgeous cards!!

 
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