Wednesday, November 26, 2008

MDCC20 - Thanksgiving Challenge

Welcome to our Thursday Card Challenge!

Before we begin, let me take a minute to congratulate Leah, who created this way cute GingerGirl! We just couldn't resist how adoreable she is! (Leah, remember to send us your address so we can get your prize to you.)

Today's challenge was to make a gift or money holder card.

Below are some of the designs created by our design team. If you have a chance to play please make sure to leave us a comment with a link to your creation, and use keyword MDCC21 if you upload to Splitcoast!

Maria Levine - Ria Creations

Linda Boucher MDC Linda's Page

Tamara McKlveen - MDC Tamara's Page

We wish everyone a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving and be sure to check out our web store beginning Friday for super hoilday specials!


Jenniwren32 said...

Congrats Leah!
Your little gingerbread girl is so cute - I love how you glittered the dress!!!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Dawn said...

this is my take on the gift card holder. They were so fun to make!

Carla (cmsuto) said...

Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Just got back in town and wanted to join in on the challenge! Here is a gift card holder I made:
Thanks for another fun challenge and thanks for the inspiration! The samples are really cute!

Carla said...

I hope this isn't cheating, but I made this gift card holder about a week ago. I think during the holidays we have to kill as many birds with one stone as we can! I'm taking an online class with Lisa Pace, and this was one of the projects-it has been so much fun!!

Parker and Emma's Mom said...

Here is a wedding gift card holder I made.

I also made a thank you one a couple weeks ago, so hope it's ok I'll share that one too :-)

Leah said...

This was a fun challenge! Here is mine:

Melissa said...

What a fun challenge! I need several of these this year, so they will come in handy! Here is my take on it:

Cathy said...

I finally got around to posting one of my gift card holders.

Here's where you can see it on my SCS Gallery.

I used "Snowy Jo" and Basic Grey paper... not my usual style, but I really like the way it came out!