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May 2011 Trail Map

This month's trail map created a lot of enthusiasm from our artistic guides.  A couple of guides submitted multiple cards, and some included detailed directions that will be posted over several days.  There's a surprising assortment of designs and colors as well.  Grandpa Ken, our resident biker, did a card all in shades of pink, and Lorraine is featuring a Harley card!  Who knew?  I hope you enjoy this month's offering.  The first photo is of Regena's original sketch, followed by some really great cards!

By: Regena, Artistic Guide

By: Ken Schneider, Trail Map Master

Stamp Credits:  Rubber Stampede.  Ken's detailed directions for making this card, including a very interesting inside of the card will be published tomorrow.

By: Regena, Artistic Guide

Regena made three cards using this sketch.  The stamp credits foe the first one are "Recollections" and "Endless Creations".  Below is a closeup of the microbead work from Pennywise Arts that Regena used.

By: Regena, Artistic Guide

By: Regena, Artistic Guide

Stamp Credits: Embossing Arts, I Brake for Stamps, and Inkadinkado

By: Regena, Artistic Guide

Stamp Credits: Stampendous, Hero Arts, and Art Lenz

By: Cathy Peper, Artistic Guide

Stamp Credits:  My Favorite Things

By: Lorraine Revalee, Artistic Guide

Stamp Credits: Stamps Happen and Seaside Stampin' Ink

By: Nancy Thaut, Artistic Guide

Stamp Credits:  Innovative Stamp Creations

By: Marion Davis, Artistic Guide

Stamp Credits: My Sentiments Exactly.  Stay tuned for directions for this card in the next few days.

By: Linda Selymes, Artistic Guide

Stamp Credits: McMahon Vintage Digital Stamps and Denami Design.  Directions for this card will appear in a future article.

I hope you have enjoyed a glimpse of this month's  trail map art.

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2 Responses »

  1. WOW!!! These are all great but my favorite is Ken's pink elephant. I can't wait to see the inside of the card and get the directions. Thanks Ken.

  2. Great cards here--love the different ways everyone interrupts the layout. Can't wait to play with it and see where it takes me!