Catered Crop Linking Party FTR18

Earth is here so kind, that just tickle her with a hoe and she laughs with a harvest. 
    ~ Douglas William Jerrold, A Land of Plenty

 

Follow the Recipe

Oh my goodness gracious gravy with apple pie! The entries for our last party were just over-the-top fun and amazing. Thank you all for joining us. It was so much fun checking out all your creations. And, I'm tellin' you, you do NOT make it easy to pick a winner. Once again, we had a hard time narrowing it down to one project. Congratulations to Cheryl Gorka and Cheryl Gorka – yep, doll, you won twice! We liked both your entries so much, we decided to claim them both winners and combine their recipes into one.

 

 

 

 
Cheryl made a card for the gardener and a bookmark apple for back to school, but really, they both start with seeds and end with a bountiful harvest. Aren't those fun?! We just couldn't turn down either one.

Playing with us at the Catered Crop "Follow-the-Recipe" linking party is easier than pulling weeds (and a lot more fun).  Here's how it works:

  1. Use any of the ingredients (themes, colors, techniques, shapes, etc.) in either of Cheryl's two projects. You don't have to use all the ingredients or the same brands. Just pick a few ingredients and then add your own spices to cook up something uniquely yours.
  2. Add your project using the InLinz (froggy) button below and join the party.
  3. Be sure to list your recipe or tell us what ingredient you used from the sample recipe.
  4. Don't forget to link back to this post or include the "I Followed the Recipe" button on your blog (see the side bar to the right).

Here's your FTR18 recipe. With the combined ingredients, it's almost an anything goes challenge, so have fun!

  • Colors – primary colors like red, yellow, blue (and green), and a little brown for dirt
  • Stamps and Stickers – anything that grows from a seed, gardening, back to school, worms!
  • Patterns – circles, checked/gingham, notebook paper
  • Color Mediums – stamping ink, markers (ProMarker, Copics)
  • Embellishments – buttons, ribbon, thread/twine
  • Tools – border punch, die cut shapes, embossing plates
  • Techniques – make a bookmark, mat your panels, tie ribbons through your buttons, machine sewing
  • Theme – garden, back to school

As always, the winning entry gets an "I Baked it Best" button to put on their blog,  will be the inspiration for the next challenge and can be a guest Chef for our QuickFire.

And . . . are you ready for this?!

May Arts Ribbon

 

May Arts Ribbon is only THE leading distributor of high quality ribbon products, serving a wide variety of merchants from large retail outlets to home-based business in the craft and scrapbooking, gift, stationery, quilting, fancy food, floral, interior design and jewelry industries. Be sure to check out all the wonderful products and inspiration over at the May Arts website HERE!

Those lovely folks at May Arts sent me a Big, Big box of no less than 20 different ribbons (about 1 to 3 yards each) to give to one lucky randomly chosen player of our Catered Crop linking party. Oh baby! Someone is going to really hit the jackpot!

it makes me all kinds of crazy happy to have May Arts with us – one can never have too much ribbon. Thank you, May Arts, for graciously sponsoring this challenge and for providing such a fantastic prize! Players – be sure to become a subscriber to Catered Crop or visit back frequently, because we do not notify the winners of the random drawing. You'll have until the end of the next challenge to claim your prize package.

 


WE WANT YOUR VOTES!

No, Catered Crop is not running for office (thank goodness, right?). You all have given us such amazing, amazing projects that it's just getting harder and harder to narrow down the winners to just one or two. So, we need you to help us with the tie-breakers. Now, I confess, I haven't done this before, so I hope the technology works the way I think it will. Beginning at 8:00 PM on August 18, the voting buttons will open up and you'll have 24 hours to vote for as many as three of your favorite entries. We'll use your votes to help the Design Team choose a winner. So, hit the campaign trail, rally for votes and then come back on August 18 to cast your votes.

 

Just click on the link below to join the Catered Crop party. You have until Thursday, August 18, 8:00 PM EST. Swing back by here next Sunday when our Catered Crop Top Chefs and Guest Chef will dish up up their culinary delights using Cheryl's recipe. It should be delicious!

 

 

 

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Sweet Comments

  1. I was just playing catch up with my email and saw this. I missed the voting dealine… too bad! I love all the creations that participants sent in. Congrats to the winners! :)

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