Monday, January 7, 2019

City Crafter Challenge Blog Week 444 ~ Give Piece a Chance

I love paper piece project, just wish I could have time to do that more.
I have a shot this week at City Crafter Challenge Blog.

 

I have a few Papertrey Ink Make it Market Kit, this is one of my favorite "Country Fair"


moving house makes me realized that I have way too many things, things like this kit that I hardly use...... I try to sell some of my crafting stuff but this one, I decided that I still want to hoard it for a little while more, LOL!

Please stop by City Crafter Challenge Blog and join in the fun, this month is the final month for the challenge blog, it has been nearly 9 years, I am reluctant but I just have too many on my plate right now.....




10 comments:

Greta said...

Amazing to have run a challenge blog for 9 years--congratulations, Kirsty! I have one quilt die that I have yet to use, but you've inspired me to give it a try!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love love this! LOVING those colors and the quilt design pattern!!!!!!! Sorry to hear it is closing, but totally get the busy thing!!!!

Adam said...

Nice card

Dan said...

Great card - I can understand why you kept this a little longer. Fantastic! I have already been to the challenge and clicked through the designers and the participants. Thanks for the early 2019 inspiration!

Maria said...

Awesome quilt die! Wonderful color, so pretty!!

Maria said...

Oh, wanted to say I will miss CCCB! But, do understand busy life! Huge congrats for nine wonderful years, Kirsty!!!

Diane said...

Wonderful quilt design and colors Kirsty.

Hugs Diane

Ros Crawford said...

Kirsty I can hardly believe it's been 9 years... We met through this and will remain very close. Many congratulations to you and a beautiful card as well... Whatever you do have fun and enjoy... Love you girl!

Marina said...

What a fabulous , bright quilted look.

Tracy said...

Can't believe it's been 9 years. Congrats on that milestone. That is a cute die. I can see why you want to keep it a while longer.