Monday, September 5, 2022

Double Trouble Challenge Blog Meets A Jillian Vance Design

Welcome back!  I'm up on the blog over at A Jillian Vance Design with this one.  And I'm guesting with Double Trouble Challenge Blog this month!  There's a new challenge starting today!

Did you know that when you guest with Double Trouble as Crazy Cousin you get your own little personalized graphic!?  So fun and this one is me and of COURSE I'm all about the coffee!

This challenge is a Sweet Recipe! Just use 3 Colors, add 2 Embellishments and use 1 Stamped Image!  If you use the Colors on the inspiration photo you can also link up to this challenge's partner, Cupcake Inspirations!  Head over to the Double Trouble Blog for all of the details and links and to play along.  And check out the Cupcake Inspirations challenge too!

I used the colors from the inspiration photo and added the twine and a couple tiny tags as embellishments which are also my stamped elements.

If you want more details about how I made this card, please do join us over on the AJVD Blog

Thanks for stopping!  Please come again soon!



Melanie R said...

Fabulous card, Lisa! I love the rustic vibe and the layered flower is so striking. Thank you for joining us as our September 2022 Crazy Cousin.

Alyson Mayo said...

This is so pretty and perfect for the autumn season. I just love that layered sunflower :)

Melanie Hungerford said...

What a cool sunflower die, love how you incorporated the polka dotted petals. So glad to see you join us as our Crazy Cousin!

Kellianne said...

Lisa your card is darling!! I love everything you did with it and I especially love that little hello tag and other little tag hanging off of the twine like that. Fun detail! Glad you are the Crazy Cousin with us :)

Suzanne Reynolds said...

Thanks for being our Crazy Cousin for September, I know I twisted your arm a little but you were very gracious about it even when I gave you the wrong challenge first. I probably caught you after you had your coffee. This card is so pretty and love the that you went off the edge with the sunflower and giving it a rustic frame... super pretty.