Thursday, March 4, 2010

Treehouse Challenge Thursday and Tutorial

This week at the Treehouse it's my turn to pick the challenge and I have a sketch challenge in store for you. I also have a little picture tutotrial to share. Be kind it's my first.

First up here is the sketch for this week:

Here is what I came up with:

When you upload your card to SCS, PCP, and your blog make sure and use the keyword THT039. We hope you can come play along with us this week.

Check out what the DT members have come up with HERE. You will also want to swing by the store for some specials and deals and just the other day there was a digi release so check it out HERE.

Next up is my gift card tutorial. Last week for our bling challenge I made a gift card holder using the tutorial given by Gina K at Stamp TV. So this week I made another one and put together a little photo tutorial on how it did it. I used all the basics from Stamp TV but added some ribbon instead of the magnets she used.

I have tried to label all the photos:


WOW, that is alot of photos! So did it all make sense? I hope you can see it all, sorry for a few blurry photos. This was my first time posting a tutorial of sorts so I would love to know it if was good, ok or just awful! LOL!

Now be sure to head on over to the Treehouse Blog for some inspirational fun from the Design Team!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Till later...


Neva said...

Oh Maria, I love your sketch design and thanks so much for that wonderful tutorial and another fantastic way to give a gift card. Great job.

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

WOnderful tutorial! I love your sketch, your bunny image, and that wonderful dp!! Great job!

~Jeri~ said...

oh Maria I love this!!! What a great easy to follow tutorial!! Where were you at Christmas time!!! lol I'm copying this and putting it in my folder!! Thanks hon...awesome job!

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