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Friday, 8 August 2014

Oak House Studio Alpha Challenge



Another month has flown by and I am at the end of my three month with the fabulous Oak House Studio Design Team. There is a design team call to cover the next three months, so send your details to Lynnda before the end of the month if you would like to apply, details can be found HERE on the blog.  

 There were some lovely entries in last month's Happy Ever After Challenge and I hope to see you all back with your creations for this month's challenge which is Alphabetical, use words, letter or numbers on your entries.   Here are a few of my August DT sample.


Two cards using the same stamp and style.  I used the fabulous Oak House Studio double daisy stamp, a solid backing flower, yummy chocolate pigment ink and ink in a bottle in blues and yellows.  The sentiments were digital downloads from pinkpetticoat.


I lined the cards with white linen paper and stamped some flowers inside using Oak House Studio pigment ink pads.


Using the scrapling and scraps of coloured and stamped card I put together this butterfly card.  The butterfly and sentiment can be found HERE in the Oak House Studio shop.

 

Again the insert was stamped to add detail.

I hope this has given you some inspiration to join in the challenge this month, details HERE and on the Inkspired by HOS  facebook group.  


8 comments:

Zoe said...

Beautiful selection of cards Sylv xx Zoe xx

Linda Simpson said...

As always these are gorgeous, love the verse about the butterflies too.
Hugs
Linda xxx

KarinsArtScrap said...

these are beautiful Sylv.
Gr Karin

Judith Taylor - Wright said...

Hi Sylv and super selection hun all crisp and beautiful and great sentiments hugs Judith x

Kate M said...

Beautiful cards, beautiful colours!
xx

Lea Brawn said...

Oh how fabulous. I love them all x

Elaine said...

A great selection of cards - love the extra detail with the stamping on the inserts!

ionabunny said...

Love the daisy card in the two colours. That is a lovely flower stamp. Tempted, tempted.....