Black textured card stock for base
cut using Lacy Labels - Beautiful (layer 1) at 6" then folded in half
Image and sentiment by Paper Crafting World
Ink and Glitter glue by Studio G
Back in early October I received 2 PCW digi images in result of being randomly chosen as a winner during the Disney Blog Hop at Madison of Funky Cards blog. I printed them immediately after receiving them and have had them laying on my craft desk staring at me. Just sitting their waiting for the perfect challenge to call upon them. Well, today was that day. I popped over to Cooking With Cricut and peeked in at the PCW challenge. Since the theme for the 1. Cooking with Cricut - PCW Recycle - Reuse - Stash Challenge is to use something from my stash, I was positive that this was the perfect timing to use the image. The sentiment above the image led me to the idea that I could couple this creation into a few other challenges to make it complete. 2. The Outlawz - Twisted Thursday TT1117 challenge is Shapes and Snowflakes (shaped card with at least one Snowflake). This opened up the idea for me to try my hand at shaped cards since I don't create them often as well as
allowed me to get some use out of a new Crystal Snowflake stamp I received this week from Sweet Stamps. The theme at 3. The Paper Shelter this week is #40 Snowflakes. I would love to win some of their darling images. Being that the theme at Sweet Stamps this week is 4. #41 - Non-Traditional Christmas Colors, I decided to color the ladies with pastel accessories. Because the image is of two Snowladies and there is snow beneath their feet, the creation also fits well with the 5. Craft Your Passion - #84 Let It Snow challenge. Other than the digi image and sentiment, the rubber stamp and ink, I only used glitter glue to accent the card. This allows me to enter the challenge at 6. Crafts and Me #61 - Simples (easy on embellishments). 7. Fab n' Funky #99 Baby It's Cold Outside challenge speaks for itself on this one.
I truly feel blessed to be creating more frequently as of late. It is exciting to be creating, entering challenges, visiting my Blends, and browsing such wonderful creations all over BlogLand.