Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Challenge #66 - Hearts

Welcome Back Dies R Us Friends!
Again we'd like to extend a huge thanks to all who participated in our 'Winter Blues' Challenge. 
(Please scroll down to see the winner's post)

Now onto today's challenge . . .
HEARTS
(remember you MUST use die cuts)

The design team has some fabulous inspiration to share today ... let's take a peek:

JO

Sue Wilson- Blushing Rose Finishing Touches
Sue Wilson- Curled Vines Finishing Touches
Cheery Lynn- Italian Flourish Doily Die

Laurie



Cheery Lynn Garden of Love
Impression Obsession Cupid with Hearts
Cheery Lynn Love Gift Envelope
Cheery Lynn  rectangle pierce and cut tool

BARBARA



Tutti Designs - Dies - Stitched Heart Flower Stems
Tutti Designs - Dies - Nesting Stitched Hearts (I used another set, but it's similar)
Cheery Lynn Designs - Heart To Heart Doily
Cheery Lynn Designs - Pierced Banners
Cheery Lynn Designs - Olive Branches
Sizzix - Card edges, decorate acent & leaves
Spellbinders - Oval Floral

Please be sure to pop over to their personal blog posts for more information on these amazing creations!  
 Clicking on their names will get you there!!

Now it's YOUR turn!
You'll have until February 13th to get your entry added to the Inlinkz below.  YOU could be our next challenge winner ... come join the fun!  You can find our easy rules in the sidebar as well as upcoming challenge themes.


9 comments:

  1. Such bright cheerful work to brighten up a dull wet day here in the UK. A super new challenge, happy February to you all x

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  2. Congrats to the winners! Wonderful inspiration by the DT!
    Sherrie K

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  3. Such lovely inspiration from the DT! Thanks very much! :o)

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  4. Thanks for a great challenge, girls! You have some pretty entries, and the DT cards are awesome!

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  5. All projects and die cuts are fabulous. TFS and for the fun challenge.

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  6. Thank you for the lovely challenge.
    Beautiful work Dt.
    Hugs Crealientje.

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