Today is the midway reminder post for the Mega Christmas Challenge over on the Passion For Promarkers Challenge blog.
Today team 1 are sharing their creations.
Here is a little reminder of the challenge theme and the fantastic prizes on offer.
Our theme for the Mega Christmas challenge is “use your dies/punches”. You are welcome to make Christmas cards but as the challenge will still be running after the ‘BIG’ day you can of course make any type of creation as long as you follow the theme. As time is precious for our DT at this time of year we are limiting the number of entries you can make to just 3 for this month long challenge. Please remember to be eligible for our prizes you must use your promarkers, flex markers, tria markers, metallic or aqua markers. Please can you help us by stating which Letraset products you have used on your creation i.e. ‘coloured with promarkers’ etc. Thanks x x
So now for the exciting bit – the prizes!
Winsor & Newton (formerly Letraset) are offering one lucky winner a Student Designer pack of 24 promarkers
DigiStamp Boutique are generously offering one lucky winner a prize of a £10.00 voucher.
Bugaboo stamps are generously offering one lucky winner a prize of a $30.00 voucher.
Dies to Die For are generously offering one lucky winner a prize of a £25.00 voucher.
Di’s Digi Stamps are generously offering one lucky winner a prize of a $12.00 voucher.
A Day for Daisies is generously offering one lucky winner a prize of a $12.00 voucher.
2 Cute Ink are generously offering one lucky winner a prize of 3 digi images.
Clearly Besotted Stamps are generously offering one lucky winner a prize of 1 (in stock) stamp set.
For my inspiration card, I decided not to colour up an image, but to colour flowers instead! The poinsettia flower is a Marianne die set which I coloured using Red, Berry, Crimson and Burgundy and the leaves are a Sweet Dixie die coloured with Pear, Olive and Umber. I even used my Promarkers to make the patterned paper panel by colouring using the chisel end of the Champagne pen over cream cardstock, embossed with a Cuttlebug folder.
I added some gold string and a Sweet Dixie sentiment die cut from satin gold cardstock, then finished with gold glitter, gold pearls and diamantes.
I hope you're all nearly ready for Christmas...though it's coming round rather quickly, despite being the same day every year!
Don't know how much I'll be online over the festive period as I try to refocus my crafty mind, in order to kick start my Mojo.
Wishing you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year,