Friday, 26 June 2015

CASE-ing Christmas #26: Donna

Welcome to CASE-ing Christmas! This is a weekly challenge devoted to the holiday season all year 'round and today we're starting Challenge #26.

Here's how you play along. Each week you'll be given you a card to CASE and ... you CASE it! It's as easy as that. If you've never CASEd a card before, here's how you do it:
  • Look at the photo of the card to CASE; 
  • Be inspired by some elements of the card - the colours, layout, image, embellishments, etc 
  • Make a card based on that inspiration and link it up at CASE-ing Christmas Challenge Blog by Noon (Central) / 6pm (UK) on Thursday,  2nd July 2015

And that's all there is to it. Our CASE card this week is this gorgeous creation by Donna Nuce - the Crafty Colonel. Lots of ideas here and I can't wait to see how this project inspires you.

I was inspired by the colours, snowflakes and the bold greeting. And just so I would look like a copy cat, I gave it my own spin and came up with this simple number:




I've used Tim Holtz Layering Stencil Holiday Knit and Ranger Texture Paste to create the background. For colour, I tinted the Texture Paste with Distress Inks: Tumbled Glass, Chipped Sapphire and Salty Ocean. The greeting is from Clearly Besotted's Ornamental Style, stamped with Brilliance Graphite Black onto a piece of vellum. To finish, a few bling... it would have been wrong not to!



Challenges:
Jingle Belles: 12 Days Of Cardstock
Less Is More #229: Stencilling
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday: AG
CHNC #234: Merry and Bright
Crafting By Design: Get Ready For Christmas
Fab & Funky #265: Christmas

Supplies:



Now it's your turn to make a Christmas card by CASE-ing Donna's creation. You'll find more ideas over at the challenge blog.

Thanks for dropping by and Happy CASE-ing. I'm looking forward to seeing your take on Donna's card. Have a fabulous Friday, friends.

Beijinhos!


Polka Doodles #26: Frame It

Good morning, friends! Time for a for a little inspiration for this fortnight's challenge: Frame It. Here's my offering... a sweet little Princess from the Serenity Fairy Collection. The digi image is called Serenity Princess and is also available separately to download.

For my card, I place the Serenity Princess on the inside and made a window on the card front to frame her. I've used Spellbinder Circle Dies to cut and frame the window. Very few embellies were needed - some ribbon and blobs of Baby Blue Liquid Pearls. The patterned paper and tag are from the Serenity Fairy Collection.



I coloured her with Faber Castell Polychromos. This was a learning experience for me in how to colour blonde hair! When in doubt, divert attention with some glitter - Stardust Sticckles on her wings.


Ta-da! Here she is in a striking full frontal! I added some grass around her feet to ground the little Serenity Princess.

Challenges:
Crafty Ribbon #122: AG With Ribbon
Moving Along With The Times: Sewing & Stitching
Sassy Studio Designs #287: Tic Tac Toe ... Die Cut - Circle /Dots - Glitter & Shine
Sister Act Challenge #112: AG
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday: AG
Wonderful Wednesday #24: AG


Supplies:



Now it's over to you, my friends. Create any project - card, tag, lay-out, box, bag, etc - as long as you Frame It. You have until Noon (UK Time) on Friday, 3 July 2015, to link up your entries over at the Polka Doodles Challenge Blog. You don't have to use Polka Doodles products to enter, but if you have it, by all means, flaunt it! One randomly selected winner will receive a generous gift of downloads from the Polka Doodles Store worth $10. In order to qualify you must follow our Rules. Remember, you are only allowed TWO entries per challenge.

And before I sign off.... don't forget to check out this fabulous new release: Serenity Fairy - a magical collection of digis, papers and so much more. I think you'll be sorely tempted to get it.


That's all from me today. Thank you so much for stopping by and for your lovely comments.  See you in a bit with a festive post!  Have a fabulous Friday, friends.

Beijinhos!

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Tuesday Throwdown #250: Stencilling

Good morning, friends! Welcome to another Tuesday Throwdown Challenge. Our theme this week is "Stencilling" and we sponsored by All Dressed Up. That means we get to play with their gorgeous digis. If you don't have anything by All Dressed Up, you can still play along, as long as you follow our challenge theme.

And since our challenge theme is all about Stencilling I've used two stencils by The Crafters Workshop on my card. The leafy background  on the card base is called Four Ferns, inked up with Peeled Paint Distress Ink. To create a soft breezy feel around the All Dressed Up image I inked up Halftone Circles also by The Crafters Workshop with Tumbled Glass Distress Ink. I'm keeping this card super simple (by my standards!) and finished it off with some green ribbon.



Here's a close up of the adorable image All Dressed Up. She's called Girl On A Bike and is available for download from their Etsy Store. I coloured her, simply, with Graph'It alcohol markers.

Challenges:
Fan-tastic Tuesday #91: AG + Twist of Summer
Craft Your Passion #267: AG
Crafting From The Heart #65: AG
Dream Valley Challenge #109: Girly
Path Of Positivity #27: Happiness is a bike ride with flowers in your hair
Stamp & Create June: Summer Fun
Without Words June: Summer Holidays

Supplies:




Now it's your turn to create a project based on this week's theme: "Stencilling". For ideas and inspiration, take a peek at what the rest of the DT members have made. Remember to link up your project at the Tuesday Throwdown Challenge Blog by 3pm Pacific / 11pm UK Monday, 29th June.  And the most important requirement: Have Fun!

Beijinhos!

Friday, 19 June 2015

CASE-ing Christmas #25: Ellen

Welcome to CASE-ing Christmas! This is a weekly challenge devoted to the holiday season all year 'round and today we're starting Challenge #6.

Here's how you play along. Each week you'll be given you a card to CASE and ... you CASE it! It's as easy as that. If you've never CASEd a card before, here's how you do it:
  • Look at the photo of the card to CASE; 
  • Be inspired by some elements of the card - the colours, layout, image, embellishments, etc 
  • Make a card based on that inspiration and link it up at CASE-ing Christmas Challenge Blog by Noon (Central) / 6pm (UK) on Thursday,  25th June 2015
And that's all there is to it. Our CASE card this week is this gorgeous creation by Ellen Parker. Lots of ideas here and I can't wait to see how this project inspires you.

As you can see, I practically plagiarised Ellen's card. It's all there - the tree, the black background, bling, sparkly snow, heat embossing ... oh yes, I went all out with this one! :) The stamps are by Chocolate Baroque. The tree is from Turtle Doves A5 sheet and the greeting is from Christmas Magic clear set. I added Crystal Stickles to the black background for my sparkly snowfall. The greeting is heat embossed with WOW Silver EP.

I also heat embossed the tree using Ranger Specialty Embossing Powder Verdigris. Then I threw in a bunch bling and stuck a silver star on top... and ho ho ho the tree is done!

Challenges:
Sister Act Challenge #111: AG
ABC Christmas: L is for Lyrics - O Christmas Tree
CHNC #223: Snow In June
CHNC Extra June: AG Christmas
Word Art Wednesday #188: AG Family Friendly


Supplies:



Now it's your turn to make a Christmas card by CASE-ing Ellen's creation. Winners of Challenge #24 will be announced on Wednesday, 24th June 2015.

You'll find more ideas over at the DT's blogs: Mynn ... Donna ... Ellen ... Pat ... Steph.

Thanks for dropping by and Happy CASE-ing. I'm looking forward to seeing your take on Ellen's card. Have a lovely day, friends.

Beijinhos!

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Chocolate Baroque: Fragments For Autumn

Hello there, friends! I'm back with another Chocolate Baroque make. Today, I'm showcasing the June release Seasonal Fragments sheet. This sheet has 12 fragments which take through every month and every season of the year. In my previous posts I've played with spring - summer themes fragments and today we move on to Autumn.

I'm playing with 2 stamps from the Seasonal Fragments sheet with a late summer - autumn feel. To be honest, I'm not sure if these are meant to be autumnal but just roll with me here! :)

First I created a rich, spicy background by blending various shades of orange, yellow and brown Distress Inks: Spiced Marmalade, Rusty Hinge, Wild Honey, Mustard Seed,  Brushed Corduroy, Vinatge Photo and Walnut Stain. Then I stamped the fragments from the Seasonal Fragments sheet. I masked off the moon... in hindsight, I'm not sure I should have. But it's done! :)


The mushrooms are from the Autumn Poppy A4 sheet, coloured with Graph'It alcohol markers, fussy cut and adhered to the card.


Then I applied flicks of shine with a Silver Sharpie to make it look like its catching the moonlight.


Challenges:
Moving Along With The Times: Inspired by Song - Harvest Moon by Neil Young
Word Art Wednesday #188: AG Family Friendly
Seize The Birthday: Birthdays + Optional Twist Nothing But Neutrals
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday: Fave Technique / Product - Distress Inks
Wonderful Wednesday: AG


Supplies:



And there you have it - a card for an Autumn birthday. I dare you not to Fall in love with these Seasonal Fragments! (Sorry, I just had to say it! LOL).

Thanks for stopping by and I'll see y'all tomorrow for a Christmas project!

Beijinhos!

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Chocolate Baroque Colour Challenge #12

A new Chocolate Baroque Colour Challenge has started and we're kicking off this monthly meet-up with another collection of gorgeous colours. If you haven't played yet, now's the time to do so. These colours are gorgeous and will work for any occasion.

You can use any medium to create your projects: paints, inks, pencils, pens, stains, etc., as long as you keep to the colours from the colour swatch. You don't have to use Chocolate Baroque stamps to play along but if you do you will be entered into a random draw to win £15 to spend on Chocolate Baroque stamps. All participants will have a chance to be on the Design Team's Top Three list and proudly display winner's badge on their blog.

When I made my card, I did not have anyone in mind. But these soft breezy summery colours would suit anyone. Throw in an encouraging message and I knew this card wouldn't be unemployed for long. True enough, it's on its way across the waters to someone who truly deserves it.

With new stamps to play with we often neglect out older ones. This week I went back in time and brought out Chocolate Baroque's Summer Fairy Collection from last year. This kneeling fairy is from the August Fairy DL sheet. I stamped the image with Memento Espresso Truffle - its softer than Tuxedo Black - and just for the leafy bits a little Memento Bamboo Leaves. I inked up the background with Tumbled Glass Distress Ink. For a magic in the sky I stamped the dandelion fluff (at least I think that's what it is) from the current release, Seasonal Fragments with VersaMagic Sea Breeze. The sentiment is from the Words Of Comfort and Cheer A5 sheet, stamped with Memento Morocco. To finish the card, a few tiny bling in the sky.


Here's a close up of the fairy. I coloured her with Graph'It Alcohol Markers and and slapped on lots of Stardust Stickles for her wings.

Challenges:
Word Art Wednesday #188: AG Family Friendly
Through The Craft Room Door: AG
Papertake Weekly: Oh So Pretty
Crafty Sentiments: AG
Retarte #52: AG
Penny Black & More June: Wings

Supplies:



Challenge #12 will close at 12.00 p.m. (UK) on Tuesday 14th July 2015, and the winner will be announced on Wednesday 22nd July 2015. I hope you'll play along and run the risk of winning £15 to spend on Chocolate Baroque stamps.

Well, it's 8 weeks today since Rosie left. It's a slow process but I'll get there. She was larger than life and always will be.

Thank you for stopping by today. The weather man says it will be a scorcher. Hah! We'll see. He usually gets it wrong. Maybe today is his day :) Enjoy the sun, friends!

Beijinhos

Friday, 12 June 2015

CASE-ing Christmas #24: Rocky

Welcome  to another lap of CASE-ing Christmas - a weekly challenge devoted to the holiday season all year 'round. Today we're starting Challenge #24.

Here's how you play along. Each week you'll be given you a card to CASE and ... you CASE it! It's as easy as that. If you've never CASEd a card before, here's how you do it:
  • Look at the photo of the card to CASE; 
  • Be inspired by some elements of the card - the colours, layout, image, embellishments, etc 
  • Make a card based on that inspiration and link it up at CASE-ing Christmas Challenge Blog by Noon (Central) / 6pm (UK) on Thursday,  18th June 2015
And that's all there is to it. Our CASE card this week is this gorgeous creation by Rocky. Lots of ideas here and I can't wait to see how this project inspires you.

For my card, I was inspired by the snowman, the soft blue hues and the snowy background. The bg paper is from very first Christmas paper pad that I purchased in 2010 called Festive Frolic by Papermania. The silver flourish edge stickers, also by Papermania, adds to the festive sparkle.


The snowman is from Chocolate Baroque's Snowy Penguins clear stamp set, stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black, coloured with Graph'It alcohol markers, fussy cut and mounted on some foam tape. For his eyes and buttons: blobs of Onyx Liquid Pearls. And lashings of Startdust Stickles! Don't judge - it's Christmas!

Challenges:
The Glory of Christmas #60: Snowman / woman
Addicted To Stamps & More #148: Holiday
C.R.A.F.T. Challenge #315: Christmas
ABC Christmas Challenge: L for Lyrics (Frosty the Snowman)
Christmas Card Challenges #27: Colour / AG Christmas


Supplies:



Now it's your turn to make a Christmas card by CASE-ing Rocky's creation. And if you played along last week, the Winners of Challenge #23 will be announced on Wednesday, 17th June 2015.

That's all from me today. Thank you for stopping by and have a fabulous Friday!

Beijinhos!

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Chocolate Baroque: A Little Summer Rain

Good morning, crafty cohorts. We're well into summer and so far the weather has been just fine. For a couple of weeks now the weather man has been threatening buckets of rain but as always, he's consistently (and persistently) wrong. Still, a little summer rain may not be such a bad idea!

Here's a card inspired by my meteorological musings and a couple of stamps from the Seasonal Fragments A4 sheet by Chocolate Baroque.

I started by heat embossing the water droplets with WOW Bright White EP, followed by blending Tim Holtz Distress Inks to create the background. For the sky: Chipped Sapphire, Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass. For the ground: Bundled Sage, Crushed Olive and Scattered Straw. Next came the sentiment from Loving Sentiments A5 sheet, stamped with VersaFine Deep Lagoon. I added blobs of Ranger Glossy Accents on the rain drops for some dimension.


To fill the bottom half of the card, I stamped the little flowers from  Seasonal Fragments with VersaFine Crimson Red and coloured it with Faber-Castell Polychromos. I added the flower to hide a smudge. (Not ink but half eaten Kit-Kat. Urgh! Hate it when that happens! Such a waste of good chocolate!)  Final touch: a few tiny pink bling on the flowers.

Challenges:
Wonderful Wednesday #10: AG
Word Art Wednesday #187: AG Family Friendly
Crafty Creations #291: Embossing
FanTastic Tuesday June10: AG & Twist - Let's See Bling
Through The Craft Room Door: AG
Addicted To Stamps #106: Summer Colours


Supplies:



Thanks for stopping by today, friends. Have a beautiful day and I'll see y'all tomorrow!

Beijinhos

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Tuesday Throwdown #248: Frame It

Good morning, friends! Welcome to another Tuesday Throwdown Challenge. Our theme this week is "Frame It" and we sponsored by A Day For Daisies. That means we get to play with their gorgeous digis. If you don't have anything by A Day For Daisies, you can still play along, as long as you follow our challenge theme.

For my card, I'm using this adorable image called Strawberry Cake Birthday Fairy. I made a little window and framed it to show just a little bit of the image inside. It's a simple card, with pale pink polka dot paper, strips of washi tape and a few bling. The greeting is by Clearly Besotted - Happy Birthday stamped with VersaFine Crimson. Can you guess what the little fairy is doing?



Here she is - lighting a ginormous birthday cake! I coloured this adorable A Day For Daisy image with Graph'It Alcohol Markers. And more framing with the same pink gingham washi tape.


Challenges:
Crafting From The Heart #63: AG
Craft Your Passion #265: AG
Crafty Cardmakers #140: Stitching
Path Of Positivity #27: Happiness is a Huge cake from a little fairy! :)
In The Pink #70: Things With Wings ... in PINK!
Moving Along With The Times: Happy Birthday


Supplies:





Now it's your turn to create a project based on this week's theme: "Frame It". For ideas and inspiration, take a peek at what the rest of the DT members have made. Remember to link up your project at the Tuesday Throwdown Challenge Blog by 3pm Pacific / 11pm UK Monday, June 15th.  And the most important requirement: Have Fun!

Beijinhos!

Friday, 5 June 2015

CASE-ing Christmas #23: Judy

Welcome to CASE-ing Christmas! This is a NEW weekly challenge devoted to the holiday season all year 'round and today we're starting Challenge #23.

Here's how you play along. Each week you'll be given you a card to CASE and ... you CASE it! It's as easy as that. If you've never CASEd a card before, here's how you do it:
  • Look at the photo of the card to CASE; 
  • Be inspired by some elements of the card - the colours, layout, image, embellishments, etc 
  • Make a card based on that inspiration and link it up at CASE-ing Christmas Challenge Blog by Noon (CST) on Thursday, 11 June 2015
And that's all there is to it. Our CASE card this week is this super elegant creation by Judy VanZandt. Lots of ideas here and I can't wait to see how this project inspires you.

I picked the following elements from Judy's card: white space, silver, poinsettia, purple and sparkle to make my version of her lovely card.  The greeting is from Clearly Besotted's Hanging Around set, heat embossed in with WOW Silver EP.


To make the  poinsettia I used Spellbinder Layered Poinsettia dies and sparkly fun foam from my local craft shop. And as if the card isn't sparkly enough, I added purple holographic sequins. Too much? It's Christmas and you cannot have enough sparkle and shine!


Challenges:
Winter Wonderland: A Touch Of Gold / Silver
52 Christmas Card Throwdown May Colour: Pick A Previous (Jan 2013: Purple, Silver, White)
Christmas Card Challenge #26: AG
CHNC June Extra: AG Christmas
Wonderful Wednesday: AG
Aud Sentiments #133: Bingo (Diecut - Embossing - 3D item)













Supplies:



Now it's your turn to make a Christmas card by CASE-ing Judy's creation. Winners of Challenge #22 will be announced on, Wednesday 10 June 2015.

You'll find more ideas over at the DT's blogs: Mynn ... Donna ... Ellen ... Pat ... Rocky ... Steph.

Happy crafting and have a wonderful weekend, everyone!

Beijinhos!

Polka Doodles #23: Father's Day / Anything Masculine

Brace yourself for another fortnight of challenges, friends! A new theme starts today: Father's Day / Anything Masculine. Here in Portugal we celebrate Father's Day on March 19th - the feast of St Joseph but who's to say we can't have another day to honour our fathers, husbands, brothers and all good men.

I made my manly card with digi images, patterned papers and ticket tags from the Work and Play 10 Country Life collection. The Gamekeeper is also available as a digi download. I did all my colouring with Faber Castell Polychromos.



Here's  closer look at the Gamekeeper. I'm still experimenting with my Polychromos. There are so many different ways to use these coloured pencils and so much to learn. I think I'm getting the hang of it ... sort of.


The three doggies turned out better than I expected. They look just like ours. Not sure what I did, but I love the scruffy little guy in the foreground. That's our Peanut, alright! LOL. And the sentiment on that ticket tag is just PERFECT!


Challenges:
Word Art Wednesday #186: AG Family Friendly
Brown Sugar #149: AG
Crafting With Attitude #4: AG
ABC Challenge: K is for Kritters
CHN Patterned Paper June: AG with Patterned Paper
CCC Digi Creations #26: Layer It Up
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday: Make It Masculine

Supplies:



Now it's over to you, my friends. Create any project - card, tag, lay-out, box, bag, etc. You have until Noon (UK Time) on Friday, 19 June 2015, to link up your entries over at the Polka Doodles Challenge Blog. You don't have to use Polka Doodles products to enter, but if you have it, by all means, flaunt it! One randomly selected winner will receive a £10 Gift Voucher to spend in the Polka Doodles Online Store. 

What better excuse to head straight to your craft room for something manly! Thanks for stopping by and I can't wait to see your projects. Have a warm and sunny crafty weekend, friends.

Beijinhos!

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

May Card Chain Challenge

Hello there, crafty cohorts! It's time for another show and tell - my third is as many days! I sometimes amaze myself. LOL. Today's post is about the May Card Chain Challenge. 37 girls made and exchanged cards across the globe! You can see the full reveal here: May 2015 Card Chain Challenge Reveal.  I got a gorgeous card from Dee in Kenya.

If you're new to the Card Chain Challenge gig, check out the CCC FAQs over at Debi's Society of Stampaholics. Basically we send out card a card a month and receive one in return from anywhere in the world. It's fun getting something other than bills in the mail. You should try it!

For the May challenge, we were given a choice of Colour or Sketch or Theme (Flags / Food / Friendship) or Products (Coloured Pencils). I picked Friendship and Coloured Pencils and made a card Becca Cruger in North Dakota.

I've used this stunning poppy by Chocolate Baroque. It's from the Pretty Poppies A5 sheet, stamped with VersaFine Smokey Grey on to Canson Aquarelle cold-press paper. I coloured the image with Caran d'Ache Suprasoft Watercolour Pencils.   Instead of going with the usual poppy-red, I opted for deep reds, pinks and purple for a regal look. And the rebel in me pushed for CAS. I'm actually quite pleased with how this card turned out!


I was going to water colour this piece, which is why I used watercolour paper and pencils. But I liked the look and decided to keep it dry. What do you think?


Challenges:
Retarte #50: AG
Word Art Wednesday #186: AG Family Friendly
Crafting By Design: AG June
Addicted To Stamps & More #147: Make Your Mark - watercolour pencils
The Shabby Tea Room #253: In My Garden (+ photo inspiration)
Simon Says Stamp Monday: Royal - regal colours





Supplies:



Thank you for stopping by, chums. Have a lovely Wednesday and enjoy the sun! It's almost summer.

Beijinhos!

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Chocolate Baroque: A Little Sunshine

Good morning, friends. Just a quick post to show you something I made using Chocolate Baroque's brand new stamps for June - the fabulous Seasonal Fragments A4 sheet. There are twelve designs on this sheet, giving you 3 little fragments for each the season of the year. As the name suggests, the entire sheet is made up of little fragments but there's so much you can do with them. Over the next few weeks I'll be showing you some of ways I've used these cute little stamps.

My first project using these new stamp sheet is my wish for the month of June - bright, sunny and lush. We'll see how that pans out! LOL.

I'm featuring one of the two leafy fragments from the sheet and aired it with a bold sunflower from the Sunny Sunflowers A4 sheet together with a sentiment from the Loving Sentiments A5 sheet. First I blended a couple of green Distress Inks - Mowed Lawn and Shabby Shutters - on a piece of white CS. Then I stamped the leaves with Memento Tuxedo Black and coloured them with Faber Castell Polychromos. Finally I stamped the sentiment with VersaFine Vintage Sepia.


The sunflower is from the Sunny Sunflowers A4 sheet, stamped with Memento Rich Cocoa and coloured with Faber Castel Polychromos. Then I fussy cut it and adhered to the card with some foam tape. Finally, for some texture, I added little dots of Chestnut Liquid Pearls in the middle of the sunflower.

Challenges:
Loves Rubber Stamp #154: AG
Papertake Weekly: AG
Through The Craft Room Door: AG
Crafty Cardmakers #140: Stitching (Real / Faux)
Craftin' Desert Diva #31: Summer


Supplies:



Thank you so much for stopping by. I appreciate and read all your lovely comments and although I take awhile to respond (hang head in shame), I will return the visit... before Christmas the summer hols. Have a sunshiny day, friends!

Beijinhos,

Monday, 1 June 2015

Eclectic Ellapu June: Anything Goes

Friends, say hello to  June!  We are starting the month with a brand new month-long challenge over at  Eclectic Ellapu.  Thank you so much for playing along with us last month. So many gorgeous entries! I hope you'll join us again this month.

As always the 2 teams - Pinks and Purples - are playing together, but they have own themes. The Pinkies are taking it easy with "Anything Goes" and the Purplies are chugging along with "Steampunk".

Me? I'm playing predominantly pink with this simple creation made with Clearly Besotted Forever Friends stamps. The patterned paper is from First Edition Love Letters 8x8 paper pad. The image panel is sitting on a generous layer of foam tape. The greeting is stamped with Memento Rhubarb Stalk and Memento Rose Bud.


I stamped the image with Memento London Fog and coloured it with Faber Castell Polychromos.


Challenge:
Avenue 613 #126: AG
Amusing Challenge #19: AG
Lacy Sunshine Colour Your World: AG
Dragonfly Dreams: How Does Your Garden Grow
One Stitch At A Time #238: AG + Flowers
Pile It On #71: Focus on Colouring


Supplies:



Now it's your turn to create and link up your labour of love over at the Eclectic Ellapu Challenge Blog. Remember, we have 2 concurrent challenges: "Anything Goes" for the Pink Team and "Steampunk" for the Purple Team. You can enter one or both challenges as many times as you wish, but make sure you link up your projects by 11:59pm UK on 30th June 2015.

Thank you for stopping by today. Here's to a fabulous month of June!
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