Friday, October 21, 2011

Friday Challenge #6 - Flower Challenge

(*See the post right below for the Top 3 &
prize winner from the last Friday Challenge)

FRIDAY CHALLENGE #6
Flower Challenge

Your host is DT member: THERESA.

For this challenge we are looking for 'outside the box' flowers (not stickers or plain silk flowers). We want to see your handmade flowers. They can be recycled, punched, die cut, crepe paper, quilled, ribbon, fabric (you get the idea) I know it's almost Halloween but what can I say I love flowers! You can put them on a layout, card, altered project or even make a bouquet. You can even make them look dead if you want them for Halloween, lol! ;o)

2 GREAT FLOWER TUTORIALS
ARE AVAILABLE BELOW!!!

The 'Top 3,' as chosen by our Design Team, will have bragging rights with a 'Top 3 fave' button to display at their own blogs + everyone who participates will be entered to win the prize for this challenge. Prize = $25 gift certificate to shop at http://www.shopquickquotes.com/ (woohoo!).

CHALLENGE OPEN FROM: 10/21-11/2
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THERESA's Creation
Hi all you Quick Quotes fans, from Theresa! I don’t know about you but most of us have more then one hobby that we love and I Love to sew also! I don’t get to do it as much as I like but I have some projects I have to get done for gifts so I’ve been doing a little bit. And that’s what inspired me to make this layout, along with my tissue paper flowers made out of sewing pattern tissue papers (I got at a Yard Sale for $.25 for four patterns). Well I have to tell you I love the Houndstooth from the QQ Cherry Truffle line which is what I used on this layout! I’ve used these papers in quite a few of my projects and I’m sure it won’t be the last time, lol. I also used my Cricut and the cartridges I used are Nifty Fifties (Dressform),Forever Young (words Original & An (modified)), Lovely Labels (Scalloped Circle) and Cricut Sampler (You’re). Now my tissue paper flowers are made with my Grand Caliber and Large Classic Scalloped circles. I inked everything with the Quick Quotes Powderpuff Chalk inks Bloody Mary and Midnight Confessions. I love these inks! Now on my paper doily I spritzed it with my Homemade Sparkle Shine. I also used our Beacon's 3-in-1 Glue to glue all the bling and flowers down. I hope this layout will inspire you to dig out your Sewing Machine too or maybe buy a new Dress, lol! Enjoy!

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Inspiration from our Oct Guest Desiner

Use the InLinkz button here to upload your project!
Happy Scrapping!
  • Don't have a blog? You can also link to a photo in a gallery: like photobucket or scrapbook.com. (PS - it will ask you for the direct link to your project, not your blog address. Click on your project & copy/paste that specific url.)

  • NOTE: Some of the Design Team will also be uploading projects to show you their take on the challenge, but don't worry - they cannot win the prizes :) You will see (DT) next to their names below the picture of their entries!


(*QQ Prize Disclaimer: prize contest open to US residents only. If you live outside the US and want to play, you would be responsible for any shipping costs for prizes won. The $25 gift certificate does not cover shipping costs.)

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6 comments:

Adora Concepcion said...

love love the layouts ladies!!! thanks for the inpiration. can't wait to see all the entries!!

Adora

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Great projects and great tutorials on variety of flowers to make.:)

Karen Steele said...

I just returned from Grand Reserve In Dallas and used Quick Quotes for the first time. Most beautiful layouts ever!

Diane said...

I love all the information available on your Quick Quotes blog. It's so enjoyable seeing what others are doing with your products and the idea's they come up with. Thanks Diane Hankins.

Anniebee said...

I was so intent on getting an entry ready for the challenge, I completely forgot to comment on these beautiful projects! My bad! Theresa, your layout is gorgeous as are the wonderful flowers you made! I love making roses but have not yet tried the one that you made. I will for sure now!
And Jodi, your layout and flowers are awesome too! I especially love that ruffled trim flower.
Fabulous job, both of you!

Jessica said...

I love making my own flowers. I got to use my Ippity Stamps this time! Fun challenge, thanks!
:O)
Jessica