SUO Challenges #93: Boxes, Bags and Baskets

When I went to upload all the Design Team projects to this SUO Challenge blog post, my very first thought was, "I wish I had a place to shop for all these fun Boxes, Bags and Baskets!"  Such fun designs and wonderful colors.  But the best part is that there will undoubtedly be more as you undertake this challenge to make any kind of a Box, Bag or Basket – using Stampin' Up! products only, of course!  Once you have your project done, post a photograph of it on your blog or in any other open online gallery, and then add a link to our Link Tool at the bottom of this post. If you have any questions about linking your project or problems in creating the link, be sure to let the challenge coordinator, Robin Messenheimer, know.  We cheerfully help crafters out just about every challenge, so don't be bashful about asking for help!

Of course we have guidelines and they are detailed at the left and summarized below,, including the dates that this challenge is open.

Please remember this is an SUO (Stampin' Up! Only) challenge.  Projects using non-SU! images, paper, embellishments, etc., will be removed.  We also ask that you do not have advertisements for products (e.g., classes and subscription services) in your post.  Please respect our criteria.

And now on to some inspiration from our talented design team for this week's challenge!

 

Connie Babbert

Connie Babbert

 

Karen Barber

Karen Barber

 

Deena Boos

Deena Boos

 

Mary Brown

Mary Brown

 

Julie Gearinger

Julie Gearinger

 

Justin Krieger

Justin Krieger

 

Robin Messenheimer

 

Bronwyn Eastley

Bronwyn Eastley

 

To participate in our challenge, make a card or other paper-crafted project 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 March 24, 2014.  This is a NEW challenge!  AND please mention/link to the SUO Challenge Blog in your post!

And, of course, your projects should 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:  March 25, 2014  (3 am USA Eastern Time) –

April 5, 2014 (6 am USA Eastern Time)

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SUO Challenges 92, Pinks & Purples – Our Top 3!

Thanks to everyone who participated in our latest challenge. There are so many beautifully different ways that Stampin' Up! Pink and Purples can be used – and we enjoyed seeing so many of them!

Thanks especially to our Top 3 whom we felt did the best job of capturing our theme for the week!  Click on the pictures of their projects to go to their blogs or galleries for more details.

 

Heather Van Looy.  This is such a soft and lovely card.  We love the way that Heather fussy cut another flower and added it to the outside of the design.  With this and the dry embossing of the top layer, there is such nice texture to this card!  The Sahara Sand is a beautiful neutral for this design, too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Julia Quinn.  We really liked the lacy soft  touch to these bookmarks.  The "Viola's Lace" wheel design with these colors almost makes it look like real lace!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stacey Ailes.  What soft vintage loveliness in this teabag holder.  The ribbon detail and the scattered pearls are the perfect accents.

 

 

 


SUO Challenges #92, Pinks and Purples

OK, it's not Spring yet.  But we're hearing lots of reports of flowers peeking up through the snow all over in the northern hemisphere.  While these are flowers of all colors, our favorite this time of the hear are the pinks and purples – so spring-y!   Your challenge this time is to make a card or other papercrafted project that highlights Stampin' Up! pinks and/or purples.  Focus on one of the colors or use both.  Once you have your project done, post a photograph of it on your blog or in any other open online gallery, and then add a link to our Link Tool at the bottom of this post. If you have any questions about linking your project or problems in creating the link, be sure to let the challenge coordinator, Robin Messenheimer, know.  We cheerfully help crafters out just about every challenge, so don't be bashful about asking for help!

Of course we have guidelines and they are detailed at the left and summarized below,, including the dates that this challenge is open.

Please remember this is an SUO (Stampin' Up! Only) challenge.  Projects using non-SU! images, paper, embellishments, etc., will be removed.  We also ask that you do not have advertisements for products (e.g., classes and subscription services) in your post.  Please respect our criteria.

And now on to some inspiration from our talented design team for this week's challenge!

 

Watercolor Flowers

Robin Messenheimer

 

Connie Babbert

 

Karen Barber

 

Deena Boos

 

Mary Brown

 

Julie Gearinger

 

Justin Krieger

 

Bronwyn Eastley

 

To participate in our challenge, make a card or other paper-crafted project 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 March 10, 2014.  This is a NEW challenge!  AND please mention/link to the SUO Challenge Blog in your post!

And, of course, your projects should 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:  March 11, 2014  (3 am USA Eastern Time) –

March 22, 2014 (6 am USA Eastern Time)

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Posted on : Mar 11 2014
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SUO Challenges 91, Banner Fun – Our Top 3!!

Thanks to everyone who participated in our latest challenge. We all had fun with so many different kinds of banners that can be made with Stampin' Up! products!  Fun definitely is the word of the day today!

Thanks especially to our Top 3 whom we felt did the best job of capturing our theme for the week!  Click on the pictures of their projects to go to their blogs or galleries for more details.

 

Narelle Farrugia. There are so many great layers in this card!  We loved the fun angles that accented the color combo so beautifully.  The banners under the ribbon and all the other lovely finishing touches tied everything together perfectly!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stacey Ailes. What a fun "clean and simple" (CAS) card!  We loved the use of the Designer Paper in the background and the black accenting the Pool Party throughout the card.  Did you notice the "extra" banners behind the birthday greeting?  Such fun!

 

 

 

Brenda Hofstatter. We love the way Brenda used the banner framelits for this fun birthday banner.  I think our favorite part of this was the use of all the little accents to make a little birthday girl so very happy!



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