Monday, September 5, 2011

Clearly Inspired Challenge #35 & Raise The Bar #73

Hello friends! I hope everyone has had a nice long weekend! Things have been kind of upside down here at the Bryant household lately, so much so that I did not get to post my Clearly Inspired challenge card with my fellow CDS DT members! ACK! So, I am posting my 'entry' today... better late than never, right? sure, but I still feel bad about it. ;p
The CIC's challenge this week is to use Patterned Paper. LOVE IT!
This card is also for this week's Raise The Bar where the challenge is to Paper Piece... one of my most favorite techniques! YAY!!
There is plenty of time for you to play along with this week's Clearly Inspired Challenge and get your name in the running for one of the prizes up for grabs!

Here are the details for the Clearly Inspired Challenge!
Challenges are on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month, and you'll have 2 weeks to finish each challenge.

-Participants can use any stamps or digis from any company

-Only one entry per person per challenge

-Prizes will be given away after both challenges for the month. The number of prizes is determined by the number of participants for the month. For every 20 entries there will be a $10 gift certificate for stamps or digis up for grabs. (For example if over the entire month there were a total of 60 participants in both challenges, there will be 3 $10 gift certificates and 3 of the featured digital images to give away.

-We will also be giving away the featured digi for every 20 entries!

Need more inspiration? Go check out Lori's Blog, home of the CIC, that is also where you enter your card! Spread the word! The more entries we have, the more prizes up for grabs!

Ok, get to work! I cant wait to see what you all create!

Card Details:
Stamps: CDS Ice Cream Cone, Celebrate (single stamp)
Paper: Echo Park Summer Days, Tempting Turquoise, Choice Snowwhite
Ink: Momento Tuxedo Black
Copics: E31, E33, Y06
Tools/Accessories: Labels 14 Nestabilities, Corner Rounder,
Crushed Curry Ribbon


Karen M said...

This is a wonderful use of your patterned papers, Christi. Love it!

Kathy D. said...

I love the color combo and how you made the card blue. Just a cool card (hahahha no pun intended!!)