This is such a great idea and a fun challenge and anyone can join in! Wouldn’t it be wonderful to get authors, potters, photographers, artists, song writers, bakers, poets, knitters, sewers and all sorts of other creative WordPress bloggers together to see what everyone’s personal expression of a Ladybug would be!
I’d like to thank Starr Creative for nominating me and Kathy’s Crafts and things for putting this challenge together. We all agree that this is a wonderful way bring the WordPresss community together with a common theme so thank-you Kathy!
I was a little hesitant about the challenge at first, but it really inspired me to think outside of the box and I found that I really love my little ladybugs and sunglasses textile. I love it so much that I’m making lots of little girls dresses and tops with this design for he summer. I was also excited to see Starr’s pincushion in a fuchsia pink color that it prompted me to try a fuchsia color too! I’m looking forward to see everyone’s expression of a Ladybug! The Ladybug challenge (beautiful feature image by Our Little Red House’s blog ) was Kathy’s inspiration so visit to see more on this unique lovely Ladybug. I encourage you to take the time to visit Starr Creative blog and check out all her wonderful and creative projects including her ladybug pincushion /sewing kit and her other crafty ideas.
You don’t have to be nominated – everyone is welcome to participate and if you are nominated and not interested don’t give it a second thought, no explanation required. This is a wide open Ladybug making exercise! Use whatever creative medium you are comfortable with. There is no time limit, Ladybug making should be relaxing, not stressful! If you’ve already made a Ladybug of some kind then this challenge is for you too – show it
RULESMy Ladybug Creation
Here’s my version of the ladybug using what I love! Textile design and Spoonflower. So this challenge came around when I was thinking of a tropical design for a Spoonflower challenge. I decided to add the ladybugs to a fun tropical print for girls. This print Is so cute that I decided to create a purple and lavender ladybug print too.
So when my wheels started to turn I found that this would make a perfect print for little girls dresses. My friend showed this dress to her 10 year old daughter and she said that she wanted a top in this print for the summer. So now I can say that it’s kid approved and it goes to show that ladybugs are irresistible no matter your age!
– If you are nominated and not interested or not able to join in, don’t give it a second thought, no explanation or reply required.
– There is no time limit – Kathy wants everyone to have fun with this so just join in when or if it works for you. You might already have done a Ladybug project so feel free to share
Jeanna is a talented artist who paints, creates lovely tablescapes, and shares fabulous recipes. I’d love to see what she will create and which medium she will choose.
Linda is an amazing interior designer/decorator with an elegant flair! She creates the most amazing tablescapes, pillows, crafts and DIY projects. Linda is there a ladybug idea that you can work your magic on?
Katy has many talents! She makes beautiful quilts, crochet items, loves to sew, and photography. Katy is there a ladyug project that the kids would enjoy?
Participants – Add Your Ladybug link to the top and include this list in your challenge post. Take a minute to visit and check out the bugs!
Thank-you for reading my ladybug challenge blog post! Remember, you don’t have to be nominated – everyone is welcome to participate. I can’t wait to see your cute ladybug creations! So, HAPPY LADYBUG CREATING and HAPPY CREATING
Stay tuned there’s more to come from LaCartera!