This biweekly challenge is a:
Create a project using the sketch above.
Are you ready to play along and get your paws inky? Make sure you check the challenge rules page before you link up your project.
Here's some inspiration!
Need to get inspired? See what our Inspiration Team created with this challenge!
Becky Noelle interprets the sketch in such a clever and fun way! She creates her strip by using a portion of the Argyle stencil in shades of pink. Then she adds a splattering of die hearts across her card. So fun! For her focal point, she adds a caffeine-loving cat from the Newton Loves Coffee stamp set. She then finishes her sweet card with a bit of twine!
Bobbi Lemanski creates a bright, colorful background using Distressed Inks and water. She then creates her vertical stripe by hand drawing a wave pattern to mimic waves. Her central focal point was created by combining the Paradise Palms stamp set and the Cocktail Mixer stamp and die set. She stamps her sentiment on Kraft paper and then fringes it to give it a nice Tiki bar feel!
Debbie Owens brings us a sparkly New Year card by cutting her base using the Frames & Flags die set from glitter card stock. She adds more shine by using foil and the Confetti stencil. She also uses foil on the die-cut numbers from the Essential Alphabet die set as well as on the Happy sentiment from the Holiday Greetings die set. Bring in the new year, she uses this festive image from the Newton Celebrates stamp set.
Diane Morales designs this little winter paradise by starting with Frame & Flags die set to create her base out of polka-dotted paper. She then replaces the challenge vertical stripe with those tall pine trees from the Forest Scene Builder die set. Then she makes piles of snows using Sky Borders die set. For her central element she colors the sweet moose from the Moose Mountain stamp set using soft pastels. So cute!
Sue T. designs this cozy card by creating her base using Kraft paper and the Frames & Flags die set. She then creates the snowy vertical stripe using the Snowfall stencil and adds the next layer using the shades of blue and the Plaid stencil set. Her central element she showcases two critters from the Sweater Weather stamp set in their warm, woolly sweaters!
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