Sentiment-al Recipe Swap Quickfire

Gonna take a Sentimental Journey,
Gonna set my heart at ease.
Gonna make a Sentimental Journey,
to renew old memories.
~ lyrics by Bud Green, 1945

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It’s week two of our Catered Crop Sentiment-al Recipe Swap and time to check in with you and our designers.

We’re taking a sentimental journey for this challenge. But, you don’t have to go as far back as 1945 and sing that old song with Doris Day. Just add a sentiment to your card. Make your words the focus of your card. I’ve got my reading glasses ready.

  • Include a link to us at Catered Crop or add our button, which you can grab on our sidebar or at our {button gallery}.
  • Link up and link often, but be sure you link up by 8:00 PM EST on Saturday, September 14.
  • Keep the party hopping by visiting the other players and leaving comments. (The InLinkz tool below will give you a blank to tell us which player’s site you visited and left some comment love.)
  • Check back with us on September 15 to see if you’ve won an opportunity to be a guest designer.

I’ve curated a few ideas for you in my Pinterest board: Sentiment-al, and our fabulous designers are here today to share their projects. Just click on their projects to visit their blog and get more details.

Cheryl gave us two gorgeous cards that really pluck my heart strings.



Tracy brought us a chalkboard sentiment – on a chalkboard. So perfect for back-to-school kiddos.


Rebecca found a beautiful way to express her affection. I love how she cut out the hearts.


May has a tip for how to get all those balloons to line up so perfectly.


Kim really knows how to bring it!


Silke gave us a stunning white-on-white masterpiece.



Congratulations to Tara and Tenia, the winners from our last challenge. We’re so honored to have them join us as guest designers.



And now it’s your turn . . .

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  1. […] crafty friends! Today I’m sharing my quickfire card I created for the Catered Crop: Sentiment-al challenge. This time we want to see you use a quote or sentiment as the focal element of your […]

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