Saturday, September 10, 2011

Sunny Sunflowers

As you drive around at this time of year you can't help but seeing lots of sunflowers growing in fields and gardens. It is always amazing that they can grow so tall with such big heads and not topple over. This week our Sensational Saturday challenge at Sugar Creek Hollow is to create a vintage, shabby chic or primitive card or other paper-crafted project featuring SUNFLOWERS in the main image.

This week we are fortunate to have a lovely sponsor with us.

You too can create cards and paper crafts like the Funkie Junkie.

Linda Coughlin, a.k.a The Funkie Junkie, loves using unusual frilly and funky items in her crafting. She has searched out or handmade the many delightful embellishments offered for sale in her Etsy boutique. Hand touched and personal attention to each and every order are hallmarks of her boutique. Linda warmly invites you to stop by for a browse.

We will be choosing a random winner who will receive a $15 gift certificate for The Funkie Junkie's Etsy boutique and a winner's badge from Sugar Creek Hollow to display on her blog.  In addition, the Design Team will choose one project as Card of the Week (or shall we say Project of the Week) and the creator will receive a badge to display on her blog and will be in the running for a Guest Designer spot.

Linda is also joining us as a Guest Designer and here is her Sunflower card.

Linda, The Funkie Junkie - Guest Designer

The Design Team also has some fabulous Sunflowers to show you. To get details on their projects, just click on each Designer's name and you will be taken directly to their blog.









  1. Beautiful job ladies, and welcome Linda! We are so happy to have you as our sponsor and GD this week....your creativity always inspires me. Looking forward to seeing what everyone creates this week.

  2. ladies your work is incredible! hi there to Linda her creations (-:

  3. Love the inpiration pieces! TFS!

  4. Love your blog, great challenge,beautiful DT card, blessings Hilde


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