Thank you for stopping in for this week Amusing Challenge – hopefully you will have an easier time with this week’s challenge of Green/Red plus one extra color than I! Throughout the month I’ll have different sorts of challenges…”use it”, themes, sketch, etc. I will have a Weekly Winner and at the end of the month, those 4-5 winners will go into a prize drawing for one lucky Grand Prize winner. November’s end of the month winner will receive a bottle of Le Pouf – winner will be announced tomorrow!
Juliet has a classic look here and I love those snowflake die cuts. Juliet added white as her extra color.
Cyndi went with a chalkboard technique and kept her colors to just three as well! It’s a Wonderful Life from a muse studio is a great set to use for these type of blackboard cards – the sentiments look great embossed in white!
I decided that white technically is “no color” (since black is all colors – right?!) and that allowed me to sneak in some of these papers that had white in their patterns…so the brown is my “extra” color. I made this tree from leftover scraps of paper but essentially all supplies are from A Muse Studio: grass button, toffee twine, white embossing powder, Mini Holiday Messages sentiment, and all that glorious cardstock!
PS. Don’t forget, you have until midnight Sunday to play along with the “anything goes” Amusing Challenge found here. We have some wonderfully creative entries this week! Winners will be announced on Monday.
It’s super easy to play along with Amusing Challenges, and just as a reminder: 2 entry limit and no digis please!
■Link your creation to your paper crafts blog, gallery (SCS, twopeas or Flickr, to name a few) before midnight of the following Sunday.
■Use any product but please follow the challenge criteria.
■Double your chances to win by using A Muse Studio products (just leave me a reminder in the comments please)
Christmas stamps and cardmaking supplies on sale during November!
Check out my new adventure into doTERRA Essential Oils…my family is already feeling better (physically and emotionally) and I am ready to try my hand at soap making and whipped butters.