Saturday, May 3, 2014

A different Scramble

Today I hosted a scramble over at the Hero Arts Flickr group.  I set up the theme, and watched the clock.  I made three sample cards for my theme.  I decided to go with 3 elements, participants needed to pick one element from each column to create their card.

Here are my sample cards:
A Hero Arts Sillouhette Die Cut Image (14337) with Hero Arts ribbon on a watercolor panel

A Hero Arts Tweed Pattern Stencil SA002 with white embossing paste, white heat embossed greeting (CL380) and some pearls.
Hero Arts 657773 Butterflies stamped and die cut, placed on a die cut inked panel with brads in the centers. Sentiment stamp also Hero Arts CL730. (The butterflies were stamped and cut from the same panel as the circle to keep the colors consistent.)

You can check out the other creations at this link. Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. Super creative Scramble -- so sorry I missed out! :)

  2. I'm so sorry I wasn't home to play today. Very creative scramble, Cat, & I love your cards--especially the first one!

  3. Gorgeous work, Cat! I think the middle one is my fave,but all three are gorgeous! You've been a busy crafty girl!♥LOL

  4. I really enjoyed playing along in your Scramble yesterday, Cat! Your criteria was perfect, because it encouraged us to use all of our fave techniques and supplies, and we were able to create within our own style! Thanks again for hosting...I'm getting nervous now, b/c I'll be hosting the next one for the first time!

    Your cards are really beautiful, too! I love how you used your die cut on your water color panel, your embossing paste with your tweed pattern stencil, and your butterflies are just gorgeous! You did an amazing job inspiring us...Thanks again!

  5. OH, Cat, I love seeing these beauties, again! I really enjoyed the fun scramble.
    Thanks for hosting the scramble, and thanks for the gift-card!
    I'm still trying to decide "what" to get. FUN...FUN!!


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