You may've noticed that I've plunged into challenges. As long as no one is really judging, I'm enjoying them! Instead of sitting there fiddling my thumbs for a bit deciding what I want to do, challenges gives me a starting point and gets the creative juices flowing a lot faster.
Here is the source of inspiration for my card
And my interpretation
Stamps: su! make it count, su! by definition, pti polka dot basics
Paper: su! not quite navy, kraft, pti dark chocolate
Ink: su! chocolate chip, ctmh bamboo, chocolate, stewart new canvas, ranger frayed burlap, broken china
Accessories: paper crimpler, janome sew mini, su! scallop circle punch, ek success 2" scallop circle punch, 1.5" scallop circle punch
This one is a color challenge. The colors specified are red, black, and kraft.
The branches were all punched out with Martha Stewart's branch punch. I could do so much with this punch! Too bad it is really difficult to use, it takes a lot of muscle to get it to cut through the paper. But isn't it pretty?
Stamps: su! baroque motifs, art warehouse interactive holiday
Paper: su! real red, black, kraft
Ink: ranger frayed burlap, ctmh holiday red, versamark
Accessories: martha stewart branch punch, ek success 1 1/4" circle punch, paper piercer, sakura glitter pen, red rhinestones