Recipe Challenge

I’m hosting next week’s challenge at Our challenges this month are all about fall. So, I went with a recipe challenge as it’s cooling off enough to start baking again. (A recipe challenge is just that, a recipe of things that must be used/done to make your project.)

Here are my 3 examples:

Now, I’m not going to tell you what the recipe is, but all 3 of these cards follow it. If you’re wondering what it is, check out the Monday Challenge on on, you guessed it, Monday.

The third card was also done for a new challenge that some friends of mine found and entered: Peace On Earth Christmas Challenge. This is actually their first challenge.

Can you tell I was going with the lower left corner picture for my inspiration?

Thanks for spending some of your valuable time with me today! Don’t forget to check out the challenge on Monday to find out what the recipe is.


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17 thoughts on “Recipe Challenge”

  1. These all look great! Love the wreaths you created on each of your cards. Great embossed background textures, too. I love that green panel with the awesome shine that you added to the first card, and your glittery flowers look great on the second one. Those critters on your third card are so cute! And the sequins and gems finish them all off nicely. Congrats on hosting the challenge.

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  2. All gorgeous cards! I see a slimline one, so that could be a recipe. Love the wreaths, stocking, embossing with a lot of texture, such fun ideas. I may check it out tomorrow.

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  3. These are all wonderful cards and it is hard to choose one over the other although I did really like the middle one a lot. I love the shine on this one and the glittery metallic dry embossing. I’m with Gayle on some of the recipe.

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    1. It was a pretty complicated recipe, but it did have a wreath in it, as well as some kneading (embossing either dry or heat), 2 patterned papers, 5 colors total with one being teal, etc.


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