Monday, June 9, 2014
Challenge #36: Anything Goes
If we receive at least 20 entries, the prize for this challenge will be a $5 Gift Certificate for SVG files from the Creative Pointe's ON LINE STORE.
You'll find over 140 SVG files/sets available for all your paper crafting projects.
If we have less than 20 entries, the winner will receive this SVG set FANCY FLOURISHES-TWO. Winner will be randomly chosen from all submissions.
One extra special entry will receive the "Creative Choice" button.
Ready for some inspiration? Let's take a look at what the Design Team created using SVG diecuts.
Carolyn created this mini-album cover for her granddaughter Alexis using the Eiffel Tower file from the Travel Set. She says: "I purchased a pack of 12x12 burlap at Michaels or Hobby Lobby (can't remember which store) and using my quilting cutter, I cut down to cover a chipboard cover. Added the corner book ends to the corner edges on the right side (the left side will be bound with decorative duck tape from Amazon.com)." Please head over to Carolyn's blog for more info on how she created this project: Granny Ma's Creative Blog
Heather's lovely vintage style incorporated one of the files from the Fancy Flourishes-One set. Get all the details at her blog: My Artistic Adventures
Ruth created two cards for her Project Life layout. She says: "Project Life seems to be gaining in popularity. It's a wonderful way to keep track of everything that occurs from day to day in our busy lives. I thought it'd be fun to make my own Project Life style cards that would add interest to my layout about a day on the beach. The Creative Pointe's Beach Set was perfect for this, and I have to say that most of Cindy's bold, graphic designs would work just as well. Come on by my blog to see how I put my cards (and layout) together and please join us with Anything Goes!" Check out Ruth's blog to see the complete layout: Paper and Musings
Shelissa put together this cute shaped birthday card embellished with files from the Bee & Bee Skep. She says: " My Pazzles Inspiration die cutting machine was used to cut out the shape of the card, bee and beehive. The pen tool was used to draw the Queen Bee Birthday tag and the dotted lines from the bee hive. Star Dust Stickles was used on the Queen Bee Birthday tag and the bee." See more at Shelissa's blog: Shelissa's Craft Studio
Tina made this informative layout and says: "Anything Goes :) Just love when that is the theme. I chose the cute Cardinals cutting file for my layout. I was excited to do this layout cause throughout the winter this is what we see out our front window daily, the bird feeder and always fun trying to figure out what birds they are, this year we had a new one come into the feeder but I wasn't able to get a picture of, I guess word is getting around. But no matter the season you can always tell the Cardinals from all the other birds that come and the Red Bellied Woodpecker has some distinct markings too. So the cardinal cutting files were a nice addition to the layout. To see more detailed photos you can stop by my blog." Tina's blog: Tina's Scrap Corner
Carmen created a card using the margarita glass file from the Mexican Fiesta set. She says: "I duplicated the back piece and turned it and merged to make the card. The glass was cut out of vellum and I placed the “drink” behind it. Added a little Stickles and of course a wine charm." See more at Carmen's blog: Carmen's Creations