Tuesday, October 1, 2013

That's a Wrap and Your Chance at becoming a Guest Designer - Timeless Tuesday



We have something extra special for this Timeless Tuesday Challenge. If you play along, not only will you get a chance to win our weekly prize drawing, you might get a chance to be one of our Flourishes' Guest Designers for December! HOORAY! And, there will not be just ONE winner. We will actually be choosing FOUR Guest Designers for December!!! Hip hip hooray!!!

The Friends of Flourishes and the Senior Design Team will be voting on their TOP THREE favorite projects once all the entries are in on Monday evening. The designers of those top three projects will be offered three of the four guest designer slots. Then, starting Tuesday October 8th, YOU will get a chance to vote for our PEOPLE'S CHOICE award by voting for your favorite creation! Stay tuned because next Tuesday, we'll share all the details of how you can cast your vote to help with our Guest Designer line up for December.  

Our 4 final Guest Designers will each receive...
  • a stamp set of their choice from the Flourishes Store;
  • a special 2013 Guest Designer badge for their blog;
  • featured status on the Flourishes Blog the week of their challenge;
  • and they get to lead and create the challenge that you and all of our fabulous designers use to create with for their assigned week!

THE GUEST DESIGNER CONTEST RULES

  1. You must follow all of the regular FTTC Challenge Rules as listed below.
  2. Only a MAXIMUM of ONE entry per person for the challenge this week, so make it is your best work! Please use at least your first name when titling your link so we know who you are.
  3. Your project may not be combined with any other challenges for this week. It must be solely designed for our contest.
  4. Your project must contain some kind of stamping! We'd love to see your Flourishes stamps used but everything is welcome.
  5. No back linking to previous projects. This must be a completely new creation.
  6. You must have a personal blog to be considered for a Guest position.
  7. This contest is open to all countries.
Awesome right??

So... let's find out what the lovely Broni has in store for our contest and challenge today...

FTTC240 Paper Piecing          

This is a fabulous technique that can be used in all sort of images.  I thought it was perfect to showcase the new release of It's a Wrap. 



I used Color Made Easy cardstock in Emerald Coast for the base and Flourishes classic cardstock in Ivory for the main panel.  I embossed the panel using an embossing folder and stamped the image on Authentique patterned paper from the All Season collection.  I fussy cut around that image, popping up the main bow for dimension and the horizontal "ribbon" piece is flat on the embossed panel.  I then stamped the coordinating tag on a different patterned paper piece from the same collection and popped that up after stamping the sentiment.  I finished the card with some mini Prima flourishes.

Take a moment a leave a comment on our talented Friends of Flourishes Team member blogs and our guest designer for the month...
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8 comments:

  1. I am not believing this...we chose the same image again, used it in almost the same way, and even used the same embossing folder design! Freaky!!! :) Your card is gorgeous! I love the patterned paper you used, and the bling is beautiful.

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  2. Very pretty!! This will be a fun challenge, I can't wait to play!

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  3. Love that ribbon!! Such a pretty card!

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  4. Lovely card...great use of the stamp and pattern paper. Love the bling.

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  5. Beautiful card....beautiful image, and love the paper piecing!!

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  6. I love the contrast of the darker patterned bow against the elegantly embossed background "wrapping"! Beautiful, Deborah!

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  7. Gorgeous Deborah! I love the ivory and dark blue colour combo! Fabulous use of the paper piecing technique too! Your card is gorgeous!

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  8. Beautiful, I love the colors with the bow. Looks awesome

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