SUO Challenge #117 – Cards for Teens

For this challenge, we've decided to focus on a group of people for whom it's often really difficult to come up with a card design – Teens!  So your challenge is to make a card for a teenager.  There doesn't have to be a particular theme – it can be birthday, holiday, congratulations, or no theme in particular.  It just had to be something that would be appropriate for a teen.

Need some ideas to get your creativity started?  Then check out our Design Team projects – and have fun with your own project!


Mary Brown


Julie Gearinger


Pam Staples


Justin Krieger


Robin Messenheimer


Connie Babbert


Julia Quinn


Karen Barber


Stacey Ailes


To participate in our challenge, make a card  and post a photo of it to your blog or a gallery on the internet.  Then come back here and use our link tool at the bottom of this post to share the photo with us.

PLEASE remember this:  We’re looking for projects posted to the internet AFTER February 23, 2015  This is a NEW challenge!  AND please mention/link to the SUO Challenge Blog in your post!

Of course, your projects must be made with Stampin’ Up! products only.    The products may be those that are in current catalogs, or they may be retired products.  But (as our blog title says) SUO – Stampin’ Up! Only!  This means that products from other papercrafting, rubber stamp, die-making or other companies may not be included in your project or in any other project included in your blog post if Stampin’ Up! sells a like product.  For example, Stampin’ Up! does not sell sewing thread.  So use of sewing thread from another company is just fine.  Stampin’ Up! does sell the Sizzix Big Shot, so use of die-cuts, texture plates or other such products from another company is not fine.  If you have a question, please send an e-mail to our Coordinator, Robin Messenheimer, and she’ll be glad to answer it!

Challenge Dates:  February 24, 2015  (3 am USA Eastern Time) –

March 7, 2015 (6 am USA Eastern Time)

5 People have left comments on this post

Feb 27, 2015 - 01:02:38
Kit Marie said:

My granddaughters (high school and college) love to receive my handmade cards… and save them 🙂  So, this is a wonderful challenge for me.  I love to look at cards created by everyone else, so this time I wanted to share one I made – #4 above.

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