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This week’s Flower Soft Sprinkle Challenge (FSC12) – Celebrations!
Flower Soft will be sponsoring the JustRite Challenge later this week. Look for the challenge on the JustRite blog on Friday!
This week we’ll be giving away TWO prize packages! One prize package will be given away on the blog hop and another will be chosen among people who make a card using Flower Soft and post it in the Splitcoast Gallery using the keyword FSC12. Both prize winners will be chosen and announced on the Flower Soft blog on November 26th. The winner of the Splitcoast Gallery challenge will have their card featured on the Flower Soft Blog on November 26th!!!
If you didn’t start at the beginning of the hop please go to the beginning at the Flower Soft Blog.
As you make your way through the hop make sure you comment on each and every post. There will be a prize winner chosen randomly among the blogs. The prizes (one set for Splitcoast players and one set for the blog hop!)
I made 2 projects for today's hop. My first project is a small box with a matching note card.
You can find the directions to make the box at Splitcoaststampers HERE. Instead of using a Top Note Die for my box, I used Labels Eight Nestabilities. All cardstock is from Discount Cardstock. I used some Polar White Flower Soft on my Santa box for the fur. It looks super neato in real life! I used the From Our House Set & the 2" square block from JustRite Stampers for the note card. I thought the little Santa was a perfect match with my box.
Here is the other project I made. I used the Vintage Christmas Set with 3 1/4' Circle stamper from JustRite. I love this snowman so much! I think this might be the Seyer Family Christmas Card, I love it so much!
For the base of this card, I used some Berry Red DoubleMates cardstock. The white layer is Simply Smooth Cardstock, embossed using the Snowflakes Impressabilities. The sentiment is from Christmas Nested Sentiments from JustRite Stampers that I cut out and layered onto a Double Ended Tag die. I used some more Gold Peel Off Stickers around the white layer of my card. I think that gives the whole card such a rich, classy look without adding any extra weight! I am always thinking of postage costs when it comes to my Christmas cards.
Here is a close-up of the snowman.
I stamped the image onto some white cardstock using Tuxedo Black Memento ink. Then I masked off my snowman and used my Copic Airbrush System to add the blue sky. Then I colored him using my Copic Markers and cut/embossed using Classic Circles Nestabilities. I added Polar White Flower Soft to his hat for a cute snow effect. I layered the snowman onto a Eyelet Circles Nestabilities.
Want even more inspiration? Do you like video tutorials? Make sure and visit Flower Soft TV! I am the last stop on the hop. Here are all the links just in case you may have missed someone!