Friday, July 08, 2011

Pack Your Suitcase


Thanks to all of you that joined with us last week -it was great to see your wonderful Water Lily and Larkspur cards. As we had a little problem with our Inlinkz code going a bit awry last week and lots of people were unable to add their links, we've decided to roll-over our prize draw and include all the cards entered for this week's challenge too.

So for another week, donated by our sponsor online store Crimson Cloud, .

Click HERE to visit the Crimson Cloud online store

we have this lovely cardmaking kit for one very lucky winner:

There are only 3 rules for entering our random draw:
1. Make a card for our challenge and link it back to here
2. Show it on your blog and add links to tell everyone about
Crimson Cloud and The Daring Cardmakers
3. You may only enter your card for 5 other challenges
So now. if you are all ready and raring to craft....

it's Rein here this week
and my dare is


I'd like you to use a suitcase in any way you like on your card
It could be what you put in your suitcase when you're off travelling, or you could incorporate any sort of suitcase; old, new, shiny or battered into your design.
......"hmmm now then, where is my trolley case......'''.

Please come and let us know where we can see your creations by leaving a link and a comment. Here are some ideas from the Team to help get you thinking








Anonymous said...

Love the design teams work this week

Anonymous said...

Terrific work from the DT!! TFS!

Angela said...

Great challenge this week and great inspiration from the DT!

Victoria said...

Sorry for cutting it fine - been poorly. I really liked the challenge idea and I'm going to do another card that opens out - normal suitcase on the front but which opens to have clothes etc on inside. I might do a box style card with a present inside for someone who is going to work abroad too. Thanks for the all the wonderful ideas as usual. I will be more on the ball this week :)

Victoria said...

by the way, I thought Kathy's quotation on her second card was really touching. I'd never heard it before? Sorry if it seems a dumb question but how have you managed to make the suitcases big and small?