Friday, May 13, 2022

Just Us Girls Challenge #632~Trend Week - Shaped Cards - Circle, Apron/Dresses, Tea Cup


Welcome to Just Us Girls Challenge #632, where I'm delighted to be your hostess. For this week's Trend challenge, I've selected "Shaped Cards" - essentially, any shape *except* square or rectangle. Shaped cards appear to be quite popular, likely influenced by super talented Jennifer McGuire, who has shared several recent videos filled with shaped-cards inspiration. Let's create outside the box!

Once again, we're delighted to welcome Deborah Wheeler  as our May Guest Designer. Her card is so creative, as are all those by the team! Shapes galore! 

Okay, so I got carried away! I'll just let the photos do the talking...

Circle Card 1 - My Creative Time for card elements; Missees Pet collection for the bunny.

Card 2 - Pigment Craft Co.'s Apron Strings

Card 3 & 4 - Pigment Craft Co.'s Apron Strings, turned into dresses

Card 5 - Pigment Craft Co's Tea Cup and Cup of Happy flowers

Excited to see what shapely shapes you'll share with us in the gallery!

Thank you for dropping by!


Jeanne said...

Fantastic collection of shaped cards, Carol! I love the dresses and apron cards. Those papers are lovely. You chose a great theme! Crafty hugs!

ElizStewart said...

Carol... these cards are just amazing! I don't know which one I love the most. Of course, the donut card is too cute and reminds me of the technique you just taught me!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Well you rocked out the mini shaped cards on this challenge! The dress one is too adorable.

Lisa Elton said...

Holy guacamole, these are CUTE!! The teacup is my favorite!

Nancy said...

Wow, 5 cards, Carol! You certainly outdid yourself. It is a toss-up of which one I love the most but in the end, I have to go with the donut. Awesome coloring and I just love that sentiment. I totally enjoyed this challenge this week, thanks for the push to do something a bit different

Bobby said...

My goodness, Carol, you really like making shaped cards, and have the right dies to do them. I must say I love that little bunny on the first one.

Ina G said...

You really have gone the extra mile or ten and what creative beauties you have made for us to feast our eyes on. Just brilliant and love them all. Lots of fun making them for sure Carol.