Hello Blogging Friends,
Today is the start of the Joy Clair November Challenge.
Here is the November Challenge Photo
Theme: Traditonal and Non-Traditional Colors for Christmas.
Here is my card for this challenge:
Seafoam Embossing Powder
Various papers from my stash
Tumbled Glass distress ink
For this A2 card I started with white card stock for the base of the card. Next I took the snowflake paper, inked the edges with Tumbled Glass distress ink and attached it to the base of the card. I stamped the snowmen from the Joy Clair Cozy Snowmen Wishes stamp set with black ink onto white paper and colored them with watercolor pencils, fussy cut them out and added them to the card. Then I cut out some white paper with the Spellbinders Scalloped Borders Two die and added that to the bottom of my card. I cut out the Joy Crafts Christmas Ice Crystal Border die with white paper, placed it on the top edge of my card and then used some Crystal Stickles to give it the icy look. Then I stamped the sentiment from the Joy Clair Cozy Snowmen Wishes stamp set with Versamark onto some white paper and heat embossed it with some Seafoam embossing powder and then cut it out using the Inspired by Stamping Fancy Labels 2 die, inked the edges with Tumbled Glass distress ink and added that to the card.
Hop on over to see all the inspiration from the Joy Clair DT!
A $25 gift card to the Joy Clair store.
Randomly selected to give everyone a chance to win!
Rules for the Joy Clair Challenge:
- Create a new card, bible journaling or project using the theme of the challenge posted above. Use of Joy Clair products is optional.
- Post your project on your personal blog or online gallery.
- Please directly link to the Joy Clair blog in your post.
- Projects must be NEW, no back linking, please.
- Number of entries is unlimited.
Please make something with the inspiration above.
This challenge will run from November 1st and close on November 29th at 12 pm.
The winner will be announced on November 30th.
Now it is your turn to go get creative and make something for this challenge!
Thanks for stopping by,