It is monday again and time for my first of three blogposts today. This one is for Whoopsi Daisy. We have a lovely new challenge for you today, as the same time the snow is melting and it is not freezing cold where I live anymore ;) First of all I want to thank those of you who did play along with us for the "Use your stash" challenge last week. If you did play along and are wondering whether you are our winner: please check in our challenge blog!!
We have a lovely new challenge for you today and that is all about Traditional christmas colours. That is piece of cake or even chocolate that I've added to my project today;)You can go ahead and have loads of fun with this one. I know I did as I had some late tokens of appreciation that I wanted to make for christmas before it was too late for that;)
The prize for this challenge is as usual 1 sheet with 4 lovely WD images of choice in the Whoopsi Daisy store if you did not use a WD image and you'll get 2 sheets if you do use one of our lovely images for this challenge;) This will be my last project for whoopsi daisy on this side of the year, so see you on the other side and Merry Christmas to all of you!!
My project for this week is a chocolate card and it looks like this:
red and green bazill
DP from Authentique
Pearls from Kort & Godt
Snowflake dies from Die-namics and memory box
Sentiment from LOTV
vintage photo D.I
Crystal stickles (unfortunately they don't show as well as in real life,but I promise they are there;))
My image is from sheet 284 and is coloured with these promarkers:ivory, blush,tan ,dusky rose, marsh green, moss, pear green, burgundy, crimson,poppy, amber, ginger, sunflower, cool grey 2 and 1.
Now I hope I've inspired you to have a look into our challenge blog to see what my fabby teamies have made for this challenge!!
I'll deliver for these challenges
Make it Monday: Anything Goes
Creative inspiration paint: Gifts
Joanna Sheen: With love at christmas
Pan Pastel: Christmas time
Scrappers delight: Snowflakes
Stamptacular Sunday: Christmas time
Lia Stampz: Winter holidays
The stamp spot: Anything Christmas