Sunday, 2 December 2018

December - Traditional Christmas colours

Morning everyone, time for our last challenge of 2018, a rather scary thought, so lets make it a good one with the theme of...................

*****Traditional Christmas Colours******

That means we we would like to see Red, Green, Gold, Silver and White or any combination of those five colours on your work, much as we love the more contemporary colours entries using those will I'm afraid not be eligible for this theme.

As always you can use any make of stamp and enter up to three times, but we must see hand stamping as the focal element of your artwork, this means:

Stamping must be the central point of attention and interest

The one exception is Penny Black Stickeroos, but strictly no digi images. 


Explore the creative world of Penny Black and see for yourself why our rubber stamps, stickers, beautiful papers for Scrapbooking, Cardmaking and Stamp Crafting are everyone’s favourites. Our products are designed to integrate style and colour for creating the best handicraft projects ever.

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And a beautiful Heartfelt Designs set of matching stamps and dies.................



We are pleased to welcome two Guest Designers again, the first Bonnie who was entry no 73 in our October challenge (afraid GDPR prevents adding a link to anyone other than DT's)

Using Penny Black Red Delight 40-573

And Kath from our sister Design Team

Using Penny Black Kisses 4056K 

Brenda
Using Penny Black 2808L Winter Glow and 51-068 Glorious
Using Penny Black 2808L Winter Glow,3227K Hope is Born, 51-068 Glorious and 51-019 Holly Berries
Using Penny Black 3766J Royal Mail
Ellie
Using Penny Black 40-348 Winter Pine
Leanne
Using Penny Black 40-576 Bell and Berries and 3024F Xmas Spirit.
Linda
Using Penny Black 30-443 under the mistletoe
Lynn
Using  PB-40-075 Christmas Pride and 40-165 Hanging Treasures
Mervi
Using Penny Black 4011K Joyous Hymn
Susan
Is taking  break
Tracy
Is taking  break


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