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Friday, 3 September 2010

Recipe #10

Another month roles by and we see ourselves in September already. The month of returning to normality, back to school for the children in the UK, new uniform, new stationery, and maybe new craft supplies for us? There is certainly plenty out there to chose from, and why not use some of this to make some cards.

Our inspiration for this recipe is a shop bought card our chef Ann received earlier this year.


As crafters we generally appreciate cards more than most, especially handmade ones, so how will this card inspire you to create? Our chefs were inspired in a variety of ways, from making gift-bags to a suitcase shaped card, or maybe your will use the grid placement of the bags on the card. You could do a layout of the contents of your handbag, your love of shopping for handbags, base your inspiration on the colour pallet even, it's entirely up to you!





As always we look forward to seeing what your creations are and are grateful for your comments sharing links to them here on our blog. Every comment linking to a ChickenSoup inspired project will be entered into our monthly draw and we are please to have Lynn and The Craft Emporium as our sponsor for the month of September. Happy crafting everyone, and you may want to sneak back here to the blog on Monday when we announce our Design Team call!

12 comments:

Muckyfingers said...

Here's mine.... Still not sure.... http://www.muckyfingers.com/2010/09/chicken-soup-recipe-10.html

Sue said...

Thanks :) Made a card too Here :
http://sue-paperinkandglue.blogspot.com/2010/09/few-cards.html

Esellek's Crafty Playground and Other Stuff said...

I struggled a bit with this and then *pow* it hit me, and so mine is at http://esellek.blogspot.com/2010/09/sunday-sunday.html

Kathryn said...

yep i struggled too, but here's mine: http://inmyprivateuniverse.blogspot.com/2010/09/souping.html

Kelly Matthews said...

Thanks for the inspiration, my first LO in over a year (I've been sticking to cards as all my stash is packed in boxes)

http://kellyface.blogspot.com/2010/09/chicken-soup-for-soul-recipe-10.html

Mireille said...

Argh....Here's another who found this hard, I think it was getting back into the routine of work more so than the challenge itself though ;)
Anyhoo, thanks for looking and for the inspiration x
http://thepinkpumpkinpatch.blogspot.com/2010/09/chicken-soup-recipe-10.html

Jane (J-bug) said...

Amazing variety in the DT work - all fab though!! Mine's much more basic as I've got a few challenges on the go as well as school work!
http://arty40.blogspot.com/2010/09/four-cards-and-canvas.html

Ginger Claire said...

Here's mine, I've had this in my head for a week now and just had to dig out that handbag charm I knew I had!!
http://gingerpiedesigns.blogspot.com/2010/09/its-nearly-crop-time.html

jude said...

Here's mine x

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_KeDgFcMUW9k/TJJzOLvXcoI/AAAAAAAAAV4/7uChrNJsDwk/s1600/002.JPG

Ann Freeman (mafswife) said...

Lovely Work everyone - all entries to this point have been entered into the Craft Emporium draw - but you still have until the end of the month to play along withis this recipe, and indeed all recipes for September!

susan said...

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Linda Burt said...

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