|by Diana Nguyen|
And here is the Poppy Stamps' information about this month's challenge . . . you might want to submit a card design (or several) to win a prize.
Marybeth Lopez made a lovely card using subtle coloring with the Deco Foil on the Poppy Stamps' blog.
|by Marybeth Lopez for Poppy Stamps|
On the Penny Black blog, Heather Telford's card features beautiful orchids. They appear so real and soft, I can almost touch them!
|by Heather Telford for Penny Black|
Also for Penny Black, Marion Vagg has created a lovely 'clean and simple' card design using those brilliant colors I love.
|by Marion Vagg for Penny Black|
On the Dreamweaver Stencil blog, Lynell Harlow has made a wonderful zentangle™ design using the Brella tangle in a challenge. Lynell uses a Dreamweaver Stencil grid stencil design as the base for her brella tangle.
|by Lynell Harlow, Dreamweaver Stencils|
Here is Wayne's use of the brella tangle as a tribute to Star Wars; yesterday, May 4, was "may the 4th be with you" day.
|by Wayne Harlow, CZT|
Karen Burniston, Designer of Pop-it-Up dies for Elizabeth Craft Designs, features a Spiral Circle Pull Card on her blog.
|by Karen Burniston|
If you want another twist on the Cinco de Mayo celebration, try this one:
And while we in the United States celebrate Cinco de Mayo with wild abandon, it is just another day in Mexico. Friends vacationing in Mexico a few years back looked forward to a Cinco de Mayo celebration while there on May 5; they dressed festively and went in search of a local watering hole and/or restaurant to celebrate in. Nothing! Oh well, we're having way more fun here! Viva Cinca de Mayo!