Scrap My Scraps Challenge III Reveal: Nichole Walker

Scrap My Scraps Challenge III Reveal: Nichole Walker

{This is a scheduled post while I am away from the computer enjoying time with my family – parents, sibs, nieces and nephews. Enjoy!}
Sadly, my friends, today’s our last Scrap My Scraps reveal.   Hope you’ve enjoyed this round of Scrap My Scraps as much as I have!  A big huge round of applause and thank you to all of our players! 🙂

Here’s a reminder of the “guidelines”/deets:
Scrap My Scraps Round 3 Details:
You will receive an envelope with several images and sentiments stamped onto white cardstock and a list of printed guidelines.  You may use ANY papers and embellishments from any company, but you must use the images in the envelope.   Everyone will receive exactly the same images and sentiments.

Your mission is to create a piece of artwork using ALL of these guidelines:
1)  Use at least TWO of the images (MUST use the large image included)
2)  Use at least ONE sentiment.
3)  Incorporate stitching of some sort.
4)  Incorporate additional decorative fibers (non paper).
5)  Use 1-2 pieces of METAL.
6)  Make it POP.. use some dimensional adhesives (pop dots, tabs, foam tape, etc).
7)  Have FUUUUN!!!!

Today’s Scrap My Scraps reveal is brought to us from my friend, Nichole Walker.    Nichole has made two darling cards for this challenge.  I love the whimsical stitching around the focal pieces and her use of additional fibers on these cards.
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Thanks to everyone for playing with us for this round of Scrap My Scraps!  It’s been a blast seeing all the wonderful artwork come in and I’m dreaming up ideas for the next round of Scrap My Scraps!
~Inky Smiles!

3 thoughts on “Scrap My Scraps Challenge III Reveal: Nichole Walker

  1. The stitching technique used on these cards is quite possibly my favorite EVER! It looks great and is so different from everything else I've seen – LOVE it! The cards are both wonderful in other ways, too (like color choices and layouts). Great job on the challenge!

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