Hello everyone!! I’m here today with CS Take It Make It Design Team for our November Challenge!!
This month’s theme is Christmas Images using Non Christmas Stamps!! This was a really fun technique. I had to really shop my stash to see what stamps I have that I could use for this.
This is my second time attempting this technique and I really had a lot more fun with it this time around.
Take a look at my card:
I used a stamp set this is so far from Christmas you wouldn’t believe.
Here is the stamp set that I used to create this card:
I use the stamp that says “Enjoy the Journey”. That circle image would be perfect for an ornament.
To achieve this affect, I just inked the circle and not the sentiment. I did that three times to create the three ornaments.
I used my Copic markers and colored them in. I love purple and green for Christmas colors.
So what do you think? I think you should try this technique for a chance to win a great prize.
We are delighted to be sponsored this month by The Artistic Stamper.
The Artistic Stamper is a shop full to bursting with fabulous stamps, stash and ideas galore!
The prize this month is this set of stamps.
I love these border stamps!!
PLUS:The Design Team will have a look at all your gorgeous work, and choose their Top Three….. and the overall Winner will get published in Craft Stamper magazine! Yes, the winning entry will appear in the UK’s number one stamping magazine! AND: The Challenge winner will be offered a Guest Designer spot for an upcoming challenge!
So, a fab set of stamps, publication AND a guest DT slot? What are you waiting for?! Please join us this month.
I can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Thank you for stopping by!!
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This right here is awesome times amazing!! What clever thinking and way to go – this looks so cool!! I am so proud of you- you are just an incredibly talented crafter!!!
Hey Taunya!! Thank you so much!! Yes, I was pretty impressed with this as well. I look at my stamps so differently now.