Saturday, November 05, 2016

CUTplorations November Challenge

We've got a new CUTplorations challenge for you today, based on this graphic above.  All you have to do to play along is create a project inspired by the graphic, using one or more diecuts (any brand) but you must include STAMPlorations products.  If you don't own any STAMPlorations, ARTplorations or CUTplorations goodies, where have you been??  you could always use the free digi available from the never-ending challenge.

Anyway, here's my card.  See how I got my inspiration?  See that background?  You'll find out how I made this and its counterpart on my Spotlight post over on the STAMPlorations blog on 16 November, and see the products that were made from the design.  Curious?  I think you'll like them.

I've used The Bee's Knees Faerie Door (fairy image), CUTplorations word die Magical, Sentiment Builders: Happy (have a ... birthday), ARTplorations Autumn Leaves stencil.

Pop on over to the STAMPlorations blog to see how the rest of the design team have been inspired, and don't forget to join in for your chance to win!

Check out the STAMPlorations blog for some more fabulous creations inspired by the graphic, and to play along.


  1. Amazing translation of this intriguing inspiration photo! Fascinated by you leaves! And we have to wait another week for details? My curiosity will be mega-escalated by then *grin*

  2. Lovely water colored background flowers

  3. Very magical! That background is yum!

  4. Love, love, love those leaves! Just fantastic!

  5. So amazing....what a fabulous card!

  6. Hey there pal! Been MIA lately due to my computer...which is very, VERY close to getting pitched out the window! Been on-line and on the phone with our internet provider COUNTLESS times...still not working! So my apologies Shirley!

    I adore this image - she looks so friendly and I love her dress! Gorgeous colors on the leaves!

    I hope you aren't offended that I will be picking up my commenting from this post. I have taken a stroll through all that I are one amazingly talented lady.

  7. Gorgeous swirly leaves, Shirley ... your little wand toting fairy is fabulous against them ... a brilliant take on the inspiration! Hugs, Anita :)