Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Sheetloads and Cuttlebug - Be Inspired #25 Intersite Challenge)

Good Morning:
It is with pleasure we bring you this fun challenge with the sponsorship of Sheetload..
This is something new we are doing an intersite challenge.. Meaning both site have come together to bring you an excellent challenge.. please take a moment to visit them..

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Sheetload is owned by Alicia the creator of Shortcuts. If you have not seen sheetload I suggest you run not walk to sheetload and download your free copy.

What is sheetload?
quite simply if you are a busy crafter, shortcuts helps you create tons of cards base on a scheme and few sheets..

We had so much fun working with the Sheetload frosted and clear Acrylic..
Our Prize for this week, we will be giving away both the Frosted and clear for you to play with..
All you have to do to win is to enter is to leave a comment and link both blogs to your blog :)
Simple eh!

Not only did we have fun products to play with we also had a sketch from the Sheetload team..







We are excited to showcase 3 special tutorials for you today! please take a moment to leave the Design team a comment, they luv to hear from you :)

Christine Penaflor.

Instructions:

1. Round the top and bottom right corners of the clear card base. Paint the edges with
white acrylic paint.

2. Cut a piece of polka dot patterned paper and use a corner rounder on the top right
and bottom right corners of the paper. Paint the edges with white acrylic paint. Adhere
this piece to the inside of the clear card base.




3. Cut a piece of scroll print patterned paper and adhere to the front of the card base.
Cut a piece of light pink polka dot paper and emboss using the Cuttlebug Swiss dots
embossing folder. Round the bottom right corner of the embossed paper and adhere to
the front of the card base as shown. Adhere lace to the front of card on top of the patterned papers.

4. Layer the journaling die cut on top of the lace and adhere the had cut butterfly as shown.
Complete the card by adhering the rhinestone metal castings and glittered chipboard letters
to the card.


Supplies used:

ShortCuts clear cut base, Cuttlebug swiss dots embossing folder,
K & Company Cut and Paste collection patterned papers, K & Company label die cut,
lace, Pure Allure designer metal castings, Junkitz glittered chipboard letters,
white acrylic paint, Zutter Round-it-All corner rounder








Jenn M.


Project details:


I used the clear half-sheet I got from SheetLoad and made a mini wall hanging.

I also used the sketch from SheetLoad. I cut my base paper 1 inch smaller than the plastic and adhered it to the back (so I can journal on the other side). I adhered all other papers and embellishments to the front.
















Betty Bee.



Project Details:


I did an Easter Card, with a close up of the flocking I did on the bunny tales. They are stamped with Staz-On Ink then flocked just on the tales. The Yellow Folded Tab at the top is Short Cuts' own NoteOne downloadable image. My paper is DCWV and Stamps are Studio G. Glitter is Stickles and the punch border is the Martha Stewart Arched Lattice punch.












More Inspirations from our wonderful Design Team Members



























































































Allison Yates


Cassie Larson








Amber Goble

Eva Dobilas








Rosemary Zuba

Peggy Toole







Mrs J

Mrs J







Karen Maldonado

MedaHalmaciu







Nathalia Castellon

Lea Lawson







Jenn Koss

Shannon Bracken







Becky Givans

Spike




Michele Ciola




Dannisdoodles




Kim Fox



Keyword for online galleries, or Splitcoaststampers.com is: CBI25

PS Don't forget to follow the blog and also add us to your blog :) Don't forget to visit Alicia at sheetload:)
Have a great day,
Meda



25 COMMENTS:

Alicia a.k.a. Crafty Al said...

Maggie and team, you all have done a stunning job with our product and sketch!!! Thanks so much for including us in your Intersite Challenge.
I am excited for our post to go live early this morning at SheetLoad and ShortCuts.
Bravo!
Alicia

Eveline said...

What beautiful cards again. I like the clear and frosted cards used. Great sketch for this week's challenge. I'll be back.
Eveline.

debb said...

Wow- what super DT cards! You all really did a wonderful job and have given much inspiration! Thanks for all the sharing you do! debb

Terri said...

So lovely and detailed... so much inspiration! I love acetate and they've 'clearly' used it beautifully! :)

Deanna Cosgrove said...

Wow, I was blown away with how original all the DT cards were today. All very different looking and superb in their own way. Way to go you all!........deanna

Chris said...

A wonderful sketch challenge ladies and thank you for the great inspiration, such beautiful work. Looks like I'm first with my card which is also a first! TFL. Chris x

Inkpressed said...

WOW! More products ya gotta LUV! I can't keep up with this THERAPY! In the beginning, I joked that "Stampin & Cuttle..ing" were cheaper than getting therapy and much more relaxing. The relaxing part it true but my list JUST KEEPS GROWING! Your work is just SUPER DUPER wonderful. Thank U for a chance to win some of these great products! Ramona West

Terrie B x said...

`Beautiful` creations ...so much eye-candy:)♥

KimmyS said...

Amazing creations by the DT - it is such fun to see the different takes, but all are wonderful

Ikki said...

Great challenge - You're certainly making us think out of the box to use our bugs. ikki

Terrie B x said...

I got the `Bug`..lol..
I left my card on my blog Ladies...
TFL :)
Enjoy the rest of your Day:)♥

Crazy Creations said...

I would love to do this one but I dont have the clear card stock I dont know where to get it .The card are great Sarah

Rosanne said...

Awesome cards ladies!

Shantaie said...

The DT cards are so wonderful! Im in love with them all!!

Dawn W said...

Everything looks awesome ladies!

anne2411 stempelträume said...

It is very nice idea,
I love your side ,sorry but my english is so bad....
Your are a very good DT- Team.

Mein Versuch
http://anne2411.blogspot.com/2009/04/cuttlebug-challenge-hatte-ein.html

glg anne2411

Deanna Cosgrove said...

I love working with acetate. I really enjoyed checking out the Sheetloads website--- a lot of really cool stuff! The DT did an awesome job with samples---thanks..........deanna

June Houck said...

I have been aching to try making acrylic cards...these are all GORGEOUS!

Beth said...

You gals are so good love each and everyone of your projects this week I am always so inspired by all of you.
I also posted a bad link with Mr Linky could someone delete it for me please
Hugs
Beth

Rosanne said...

Terrific ideas and sketch, I've added my card!

Annasmama said...

This is the first time I take part in Cuttlebug Challenge and I must say: A great sketch!

http://die-annasmama.blogspot.com/2009/04/challenge.html

Renate

debb said...

Back again- Finally had time to do the sketch challenge! I have added it to mr linky and posted links on my site. Thank you for all the creative inspiration! debb

java diva said...

Please remove my card! It went into the wrong Mr. Linky. I haven't had enough coffee or sleep!! Thank you

salma said...

The DT cards are so wonderful ! Looking awesome cards for ladies.....
Plastic card printing
custom gift cards
plastic card
Scratch Card

James Allen said...

The cuttlebug challenge is great to bring out the creativity of people with skills, very impressive cards designes, keep up the good work.