Today I'm sharing some more inspiration for our current challenge!
Diane Morales reminds us the importance of reflecting on the good things in life while enjoying a cup of coffee. Using the coffee bean paper from the newly released Coffee House Stories paper pad, she creates her trio of rectangles. She then adds a coffee craft and orange mug from the newly released Time for Coffee stamp and die set. She frames them using the scallop-edged die from the Framework die set. Now sit back and enjoy.
Sue T.'s holiday floral display looks beautiful atop the papers from the Meowy Christmas paper pad. These beautiful flowers are from the Poinsettia Blooms stamp and die set. A beautiful and elegant way to send Season's Greetings!
Amy Tollner creates a peaceful, wintry scene using the Serene Silhouettes stamp and die set. Her twilight is filled with a flurry of snowflakes created using the Petite Snow stencil. Her sparkly, silver rectangles give her card a a shimmery touch.
Claire Lambshowcases the reindeer image from the Reindeer Roll Call stamp by stamping a reindeer border around the sentiment pulled from the Holiday Home stamp set. Her brown snowflakes in the background look fabulous with the red and Kraft palette. A country feel with a touch of elegance!
Debbie Owens showcases the newly released Newton from the Snow Angel Newton stamp set. Looks like Newton is have snow much fun as he makes snow angels on the snowflake embossed background and shimmering silver panels. Deb pulls the sentiment from the Moose Mountain stamp set and embosses it on vellum with a shiny frame die cut using the scallop-edged die from the Framework die set. Enjoy, Newton!
I hope these projects have inspired you to play along! Remember, you have until thisFriday, December 3, 2021to enter. There's a prize involved too, so don't delay - see more inspiration on our Inky Paws Challenge here!