Sunday, November 7, 2010

One Layer Wednesday Challenge

This week's One Layer Wednesday's Challenge is to make one-layer holiday cards  that meet the requirements for the North Dakota State Penitentiary, as outlined below. While it isn't a requirement of the challenge, if you want, you are invited to send your OLW27 cards to Rhonda's group, who will send them on to the prison. Details here. Make a December Holiday card that meets the  rules for cards, as follows: No metal (brads, wire, etc.). No gemstones or pearls .
Limited glitter. Flock, ribbon, embossing, and punched shapes are okay.  I made 3 versions of my card .

Other Challenges:
One Stop Craft Challenge: Use embossing

Stamp: GKD "Very Merry Christmas" by Theresa Momber.
Ink: Versamark
Heat embossed with Gold EP.
Cardstock: GKD PL Red and White
Quick Kutz Embossing Folder for Frame
Gold Ink Pad for sponging
Copics for coloring bottom card

Thanks for stopping by! Theresa


Olga said...

WOW! I know these are the prettiest one layer cards I have ever seen! You rocked this one!!!

Susan said...

Gorgeous!! Alal three are beautiful! Great job on the challenge!

Colleen said...

These are exceptional! I really like that folder.

Patti said...

All 3 versions are beautiful works of art! Outstanding work my friend!

Monica K. said...

This is really pretty! I love the embossing frame and the gold on red.

Susan Raihala said...

All three versions are stunning!!!! Can't pick a favorite at all. Amaxing how each has a totally different feel. Thanks so much for playing the OLW!

Val said...

These are really beautiful - very classy. Thanks so much for joining OSCC this week.

coldwaters2 said...

Wowzer these are absolutely stunning the embossing and central image look so classy thank you for sharing these with us at OSCC this week.
Lorraine x

{Jane} said...


Thanks for joining us on SCSC :)

Hugs Jane x

prairierosestamper said...

You're cards arrived safely. They are even more beautiful in person. Love the embossed parts - both the dry and gold embossing parts. The oval makes the tree so classy looking. Thanks. Rhonda (from the NDSP cardmaking group)