Thank You so much to Susie Sugar at Die Cut Dreams for sponsoring the challenge and for guesting with Vicki Garrett.
Our spotlight on glitter & sparkles is still open for another week too if you also want to play that!
Sadly this is the last challenge for our Jane who has decided to step down but couldn't resist this one last challenge seeing as its her style all over lol! Best of luck in the future chick x
We are sponsored again by our regular monthly sponsor Joanna Sheen - Check out her new Christmas Grotto with a huge range of products especially for the xmas crafting season and awww how cute is Popcorn bear in his santa suit!
Joanna is sponsoring us with a £10 voucher prize for the winner so get your thinking caps on and keep it clean and simples!
Here's what the team have come up with to inspire you, please leave them some loves!
This is a simple black peel-off mounted onto a sheet of paper from the Basic Grey Indian Summer collection. The sentiment is a rub-on from Kaisercraft.
Clean and simple makes me think pastels. I started with a square off white card used dotty paper from a new paperstack, yellow and white and blue and white with white card layered inbetween. I stamped the image and coloured the cutie little girls with promakers. I added a little blue ribbon on the corners with pink glittered flowers (don't look very pink in the picture mind !!). A few gems to finish it off.
I chose the colors black & white. Started with a white cardstock base & layered black cardstock on top then added some faux stitching. Then I layered a piece of embossed white cardstock & added a ribbon with a knot. I used my inverted scallop square nestability to add a shape behind my sentiment, which I picked up as a freebie from Sentimental Sundays (new free sentiments to be had each Sunday at their challenge blog). I then used my tag punch to cut a tag out of some 100% cotton designed paper, to which I added an eyelet and another ribbon. Voila.
I decided to try something different this time and use our craft robo. I saw this lovely silouette and knew that it would be great for this challenge. I decided to use a very simple colour theme of black and white. I felt this would really show off the silouette and would hark back to bygone days. The oval and scalloped oval are with free cutting files, that I got from Penny Duncan Creations and the silhouette of the girl I bought. I layered the the ovals on to a white card blank which I rounded off the corners and added a bow to the top.
Please leave a link to your blog post in the froggy below! As always the challenge runs for 2 weeks and will close at 9am GMT on Monday 20th September