New Challenge at Connie Can Crop Blog, check it out:
Hello my crafty friends!
Happy New Year! I hope that 2016 is an amazing year for us all!
I wanted to start us off with a fun and easy challenge!
My Challenge this month is:
I want you to create any type of project you'd like and
all you need to do is include a bear or something sweet. One or the other or both! Easy and fun right?
Here's what my amazing Design Team has created for this month's challenge.
Be sure to stop by their blogs and leave them some love!!
You can create anything you'd like just be sure to mention you are linking to my challenge.
Please create one layout, card, or other project.
Your layout can be single page or double page. You may use any other products you wish.
When you are finished with your project please post it here in this thread.
New Rule!! You must become a follower of my blog to win!!
Please remember I will only count two entries per person. (Just to be fair!)
Entries are due by Sunday, January 31st at 11:59 pm.
Sorry, No back Linking Allowed!!
I have a SUPER fantastic sponsor this month, Connie!
One lucky winner will win a super cute Doodlebug Designs Sweetheart Goodie Box. (photo coming soon!!) And I may throw in some other fun goodies..you never know!!
AND don't forget the winner gets
a custom blinkie for you to display on your own blog!! YAY!
You need to link your project up below using Mr. Linky.
You have until midnight Sunday, January 31st to link it up.
I will draw one random winner. My winner will not be based on skill or talent,
but based on just completing the challenge.
Good luck my crafty friends!! Can't wait to see what you create!!
December's Lucky Winner will be announced Wednesday January 6th"""
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More pictures of my project, which was one of the gifts I sent my secret sister, Connie:
The metal sentiment tag from Ide-Ologie (TH) and tons of alcohol ink distressing:
More TH metal tags, with this fun ribbon (leaf):
The Creative Embellishment wooden letters also distressed:
The background was created on upcycled metallic cartoon packing, alcohol ink, and an stencil also from TH:
I also used the Bears, reindeer, and leaves ribbon, Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium papers, Ide-Ology embellishments.
I entered this project to:
Graphic 45 Christmas facebook page for the December Challenge.
I was inspired by the red hues and the metallic accents, and of course the warm and fussy feeling.
Well, I hope you enjoyed this project and decide to enter our fun challenge.
Happy New Year