Sunday, December 1, 2013

SNOW.

Hiya, Folks!! 
 
Today, is the very first day of the brand new December Color Challenge over on the Lindy's Stamp Gang blog! 
 
This challenge will run the entire month of October.  And as a bonus, those that play along and share their creations with Lindy's via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or linking up with the Color Challenge, may find themselves featured on the Lindy's blog in one of the 'Feature Friday's'.  Those who are featured on the blog will receive an email with a 20% off coupon to use at a time of their choosing.
 
Here's this month's color palette...
 
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Super rich and festive, right??!?
 
Love all the jewel tones!!  Makes me wanna bust out my some purple velvet and reupholster some stuff ;-)
 
Ready to get your color on?
 
The Rules:
  1. Help us spread the word! Share our color challenge graphic in your blog post and link to the Lindy’s Stamp Gang blog  http://lindystampgang.wordpress.com , where the challenge can be found. For every 50 people that enter, we’ll have one giveaway! So 100 entries=2 giveaways.
  2. Use Lindy’s Stamp Gang products! You can use, StarburstsFlat FabiosMoon ShadowsGlitz SpritzMagicalsEmbossing PowdersMica Powders… any of our stampslaser cut-outs, or brass charms.
  3. Use a minimum of two colors in the color challenge. You’re welcome to add neutrals, white, black, grey and brown.
  4. Link the Lindy products you used to the Lindy’s Stamp Gang store, like this: Hibiscus Rose.
 Easy Peasy, right??
 
Here's what I came up with...
 
This wintery card features some fun and frosty stamping, using Lindy's as the ink!  I love the soft watercolor look it gives...
 

 A bit of glitter altered up these alphas to give them the sparkle a proper Christmas card needs, and a bit of glitter splatter adds even MORE shine!

 
Vellum embellies soften the color and adds to that 'frosted' feel of my stamping, while a bit of doodling helps fill a bit more of the white space.
 
 
Here's a list of all the Lindy's goodness I've used:
 
Aaaannnd, if you wanna see how it all came together, here's a little process video I've whipped up...
 

 
And that, my friends, is that.
 
Thanks so much for stopping by!!  I'll see ya next time :-)
 
 
xx,

3 comments:

  1. Love the colors you used on this beautiful snow card.

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  2. Such a pretty card and great watercolor look you achieved with these jewel tones.

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