Sunday, July 8, 2012

Line Line Circle Square - H2H Challange

I am very excited to be on the H2H Design team for this 6 month term. My first design is made using all CTMH products : Stella Paper , Kraft card stock, chocolate and lagoon inks. Buttons and circle dollies from the Bohemian assortment. Stamp set used was 4 My Friend.

This week your project must include 2 lines, 1 circle and 1 square. These can be embellishments, images, etc... So grab your supplies and get busy, post your artwork on

 Get crafty, post your creation online, and then copy and paste your direct URL into Mr. Linky, below.
As a reminder here are the updated rules/guidelines for our challenges:
* All links must be to artwork that fits the challenge for the week and contain Close To My Heart products. If it does not include CTMH products, the link will be removed.

* All links must be directly to the specific post with the artwork for the challenge. To do this, compose your post, publish it and then click the title of the post. This should take you to a page that has only that one post on it. This is the page we need a link to - not to your whole blog. If the link sends us to your entire blog, your link will be removed.

* Your blog post MUST mention that you are entering the challenge at H2H and link to our site. If you don't mention H2H in your post, your link may be removed.

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  1. Your inspirational card is inspirational Kelly! The Bohemian lace flowers are a beautiful addition to your card :)

  2. Kelly, your creation is so pretty! You are using one of my favorite papers from the catalog. Thanks for sharing your creation with us.

  3. Beautiful work Kelly! Stella is awesome paper to work with and you did it up right!!! Thanks!

  4. Gorgeous creation--I love how everyone's project is a different take on the challenge! I like the contrast of the soft scallops along the top and the sharp angles on your pennants. Aren't those Bohemian accents the best?