The Designers over at Tis' The Season have an awesome color challenge and I combined it with sketch from Freshly Made Sketches. Amazing talent from both blogs, check them out if you have a chance!
Here is how their challenges inspired me:
I inked up Joyful Christmas again. Ever buy a holiday stamp set only to realize (for some reason) you didn't use it as much as you wanted to, initially? Well, that's my feeling with this stamp set, I want to ink it up as much as I can! Of course, it's more fun to play with it now, especially when I use our new Stampin' Blendabilities Markers! Wouldn't you know it, once I saw Rich Razzleberry as one of the colors to use, I knew I was going to be coloring! I really like how this came out but after I was done with it, and even now that I'm blogging about it, I want to step it up a bit...we'll see.
Well, I better get going! Lots to do today! Hope you have a wonderful Thursday! Until next time!
Beautiful flower - so rich! Thanks for joining us at FMS!ReplyDelete
Thanks Linda! You designed a great sketch! Great inspiration from you all!Delete
Wow, you knocked both challenges right out of the park, Kathya! You used the colors wonderfully....the flower is just stunning and the stripes are fantastic! The sentiment placed over the rhinestones is an eye catcher, wow!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for playing along with us at 'Tis The Season!
Thanks for your comment Lisa, it was fun to combine both challenges. Coloring with the blendabilties is fun too!ReplyDelete
Kathya, great way to use the colors and sketch from both challenges. Lovely Christmas card! I'm with you...I love using the Blendabilities. Thanks for joining us at 'Tis the Season.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to get the blendabilities. You did a wonderful job on your coloring. Thanks for joining us this week at Tis the Season.ReplyDelete
Wow, that poinsettia is gorgeous! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.ReplyDelete
Great job on both challenges! I love the stripes of ribbon! Too cute!ReplyDelete
Love this color combination and the poinsettia "growing" from the card. Fabulous work, Kathya!ReplyDelete