Tuesday, May 22, 2012

CHF Challenge CHF01 - Anything Goes

Hello!  Welcome to Cornish Heritage Farms' first challenge (CHF01).  The design team will be working together to spotlight a different theme and would love it you join us for the fun.

The theme today:  Anything Goes!  Create anything you like with a favorite CHF set or image.


It's a tough call, but Ornamental Beauty is probably an all time favorite of mine.  I stamped the large flower multiple times on Solar White cardstock with Versamark ink.  I heat set with clear embossing powder.  After it had cooled a bit, I sprayed the cardstock with two colors of glimmer spray (a brown and teal blue).  I distressed a bit with ink and added a few other lovelies to round out the design.

Simple and well, fits the challenge!

I'd love it if you stopped by to see what the other designers are posting today:

  • Anne Harmon
  • Barb Gmitro-Best
  • Barbara Bruder
  • Cindy Haffner
  • Dawn Bennett
  • Debbie Standard
  • Deneen Treble
  • Dianne Beans
  • Frances Byrne - DT Coordinator
  • Holly Brown
  • Jacqueline Smith
  • Kris Chirhart
  • Kristine Reynolds
  • Lisa Silver
  • Michele L
  • Petra Amico
  • Silke Kittmann
  • Steph Ackerman
  • Vicki Davis

  • Be sure to also stop by the CHF Blog to share with us your take on the challenge!

    Thanks for visiting,

    Stamps: Ornamental Beauty by Cornish Heritage Farms
    Ink: Versamark by Tsukineko, ColorBox Creamy Brown and Chesnut Roan by Clearsnap
    Paper: Solar White and Kraft from Discountcardstock.com
    Other: Pins by Maya Road, ribbon by Hug Snug, flower by Prima, circle punch by EK Success, Walnut Gold and Misty Breeze glimmer mists by Tattered Angels, Clear embossing powder by Ranger


    1. So soft and pretty. Love the colors and your inspiration!

    2. What an awesome card, so much detail and I love the colors that you used too!

    3. that bg is fabulous! Beautiful card Lisa!

    4. Beautifully created and in such fab colors too. Love that bow/flower/pin treatment.

    5. Beautiful Card! I love the way you used the stamp to create your background.