Monday 16 November 2015

Remembrance Mid Challenge Reminder

We are back today with the 'Remembrance/Giving Thanks' Mid Challenge reminder. There have been some amazing entries so far for this challenge and we have been having a great time looking at all of your fantastic work, please keep them coming.

I am sure that many of you will remember 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' - the fabulous display of remembrance poppies at the Tower of London last year. The display has since been broken up and it has been touring parts of the country.

One of our lovely Design Team ladies caught up with the 'Wave' section of the installation at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Many thanks to Lisette for allowing us to use her photographs.


(The 'Weeping Window' section of the display can currently be seen at Liverpool's St George's Hall.)

The winners of this Challenge will be given the opportunity to be featured in a future challenge as a Guest Designers. Susan and Julie were winners of our recent 'Monochrome' Challenge. As you can see, they are both very talented card makers, check out their blogs, you will be in for a treat.

"I'm from Saskatchewan, Canada. I'm a mom of 2 grown children, and live with my 2 dogs, 2 birds and fish :) I've always been interested in crafty ventures and have dabbled (or wallowed, lol) in almost everything, except knitting and crocheting, which I just cannot comprehend. I've been making cards, and papercraft projects for 6 or 7 years now, and my New Year's resolution to never buy another greeting card again is the only one I've ever kept!! I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to Guest Design for Crafty Boots, as I've enjoyed their challenges and admired the DT work for some time now!!!


"My name is Julie Odil, of I am primarily a card maker, but you never know what you might find when you visit my blog — I’m willing to try all things creative. I am most appreciative to the Crafty Boots team for this opportunity to guest design today. It is one of the many things I am thankful for!”

It is impossible to ignore the atrocities that took place in Paris on Friday night. Our Design Team ladies have dedicated their projects this week to the memory of those who lost their lives.

Postcard by Lisette

Thank You Card by Dionne

Think of You Card by Jess

Sympathy Card by Dionne

This challenge will remain open until noon on Sunday 22, November. Please click here to go directly to the challenge.

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