Yes, I want to see your lovely non-traditional colours schemes! And if you do choose to accept the options challenge, you will be entered in to win a prize! Yes! There's an awesome prize up for grabs! My fellow teamie, Sandie and I, have put together a great prize package. Take a look...
Prize package includes the following:
£10 gift certificate to Uniko Studios
Bo Bunny die cuts
Bo Bunny dimensional stickers
Bo Bunny rub ons
A TCW (The Crafter's Workshop) stencil
3 different types of ribbon
All kinds of goodies! So, in the effort to inspire you to create a Christmas card using non-traditional colours, here's what I came up with.
I don't think I've ever made a black and blue Christmas card before. Black is not what I would normally think of for Christmas but that's the whole point of this challenge isn't it? :-). So here's how I made it. I stamped my snowflake (Inkadinkado) in white on my black panel then embossed using a embossing powder that I would refer to as interference blue. It's basically translucent with a blue iridescence to it. Its pretty cool and shimmery which, as usual, is hard to capture in the photo. I matted my panel on metallic blue paper then attached it to my card base. I stamped my sentiment (Michael's) the same way as my snowflake.
Well I hope that my card inspires you to join in on the fun. Please, check out the awesome projects of the other DT members too. And don't forget to pay a visit to our talented Guest Designer, Janet, of Swanlady Impressions.
I'm linking up to the following challenges:
Time Out Challenge - embossing with the option of sparkle. My snowflake and sentiment do have some sparkle to them it's just hard to see. :-)
Christmas Cards All Year Long - no patterned paper.
CAS(E) This Sketch - I changed the circle with my rectangle (it's not quite a square).
Well, I appreciate you stopping by for a visit and I hope you have a fabulous day!