Friday, December 2, 2011

Clearly Inspired Challenge #41 *** Christmas ***

Hello Friends! Welcome to December and the Holiday Season! This year has really flown by, and with us living in the desert southwest, the holidays really sneak up on me because it stays so warm here so late into the year... I am a native Washingtonian, and even though it has been 12+ years since I have lived there, these southern "winters" still trip me out. Hahaha

Well, not only is it the begining of December, the begining of the holiday season, my birthday in two days eek!, it is time once again for Clear Dollar Stamps' Clearly Inspired Challenge! This time, our talented and inspiring challenge hostess, Cassie, has challenged us to make Christmas cards. And, since we are all making Christmas cards, it is a perfect and timely challenge. Thank you Cassie!

Card Details:
Stamps: CDS Little Bethlehem
Paper: Brocade Blue, Cottonball White, Bo Bunny Blitzen dp
Ink: Craft Whisper White, Momento Tuxedo Black
Copics: B95, G05, YG03, YR30, C1, C3, BG70, E43, E31,
 E37, E33, E57, E08, E81
Tools/Accessories: Whisper White ribbon,
Sterling Silver embossing powder, paper studio pearls, dimensionals

Here are the details on 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.

-Challenges can use any stamps or digis from any company

-Only one entry per person per challenge and please no back posting

-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 with a maximum of 3. (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. . .that's a total of 6 winners in that example.)

Ok, lets see what you all come up with!! Get to work! :o)

1 comment:

Barb said...

Very pretty Christi! I love the colors you chose!