Here is my Monday DT Project
Thank you for stopping by today and see you next week.
Let's get this next challenge started by announcing last month winner who was chosen by me. The winner is Scrappy and here is a link to her project: http://big-scrappy-world.blogspot.com/2013/01/1-4-freebie-friday-at-bugaboo-stamps.html
All the projects were AWESOME so it was a hard choice. I look forward to seeing what you come up with this month!
Our challenge is called "Anything Goes" and you can do whatever your heart desires as long as there's chalk somewhere on your project.
We'll be offering 5 digital stamps of the winners choice from Bugaboo Stamps. If you haven't checked out their digital stamps, you have to!
Here is some inspiration from our lovely Chalk N Stock design team. Click on the design team member's name for full details on how they used chalk in their cards.
1. You must use some type of chalk on your project be it pastels or chalk ink and let us know where
you used it.
2. You may enter up to four projects for the month.
3. You must tell on your blog you are in this challenge with a link back here to Chalk n Stock.
4. Use linky tool to link up.
5. Have fun!
Do you ever feel like your project needs a little something?
Well, that’s exactly what I was thinking as I looked at this quick card. You see I don’t have a lot time to craft, so my projects have to be fast. And Stamp N Plus Scrap N – Stardust Powdered Chalk, was the perfect compliment to this card.
I hope that I have inspired to reach for your chalk products the next time your project needs a little something…
I hope that you have a wonderful weekend!
Until next time,
Today I used coloring chalks by Pebbles Inc. to color my digital bird picture and then I also used a chalk ink pad by ColorBox to add the yellowish green color to the outside of the card.
Lorby's World and thank you for stopping by today.
Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you soon. Our December challenge is now closed but that only means a new one is on it's way so check in often while we get things organized for the new year and the new challenge.