Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Creative Belli Challenge - the letter C

How many items can you think of with the litter "C"?  Cat, chair, check, chimp, cherry, child, chief, cake, cuttlebug, curl, cupcake, chalk, -- you could go on and on forever!  Well, our challenge to you this week is to create a project with the letter C - it could be anything!!!! Take on the challenge and show us your "Cs"!  It will be fun to see what you come up with!!  If you upload to a gallery use keyword CBC113
Here is my card -- I used the word "CLOCK".

The stamp is from Repeat Impressions and called Wishing you... from Quartet Compliments.

Here's how to play along:

Make a card with something with felt and then link back to the Belli Challenge in your post and provide a DIRECT LINK to your new posting using Mr. Linky at the Creative Belli Challenge blog.  EASY PEASY!!!

Check out these Design Team Members for some inspiration.

9 comments:

Posh Cat Crafts said...

Wonderful and elegant card, I love the stitching around your card and those are some gorgeous design papers
Hugs
Tamara

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh how beautiful!! That floral dp is one of my faves and you did a beautiful job incorporating it with your time theme. Awesome take on the "C" challenge.
hugs,
Chris

Robin Parker said...

Joy, love the clock idea. The lotus nestability is great. And your designer paper is so pretty.

Karen W said...

What a cool card, I love the clock idea, you were thinking outside the box and it's perfect!!

Maria Matter said...

Gorgeous Joy!! such lovely colors & papers!
brilliant elements too for our challenge!
hugs & blessings to you!

Joan Ervin said...

What a fabulous layout, Joy...I just love how you used the round scalloped layers and you are sooo clever to use the clock!!!!

maryr917 said...

I really like this card joy-love the clock image and the sentiment-great card for the belli "c" challenge

jdmommy said...

What a wonderful card, Joy!! The clock is a fab theme for the challenge, and your layout with the nesties is fab!! GReat job!

Shelly Schmidt said...

I love the colors you used- and the pretty patterned papers. I love your clock and the nice sentiment!

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