Well I know I'm a day late (thought it was the 1st today!) - but here I am with the new Crafty Individuals Challenge for December. Nice, simple, and predictable I know - but the title for this sparkly glittery month is 'Something Festive'!
Here are the usual guidelines:
To enter this month's Crafty Individuals Challenge please put together your chosen project, which must include at least one Crafty Individuals product please, then post your Challenge project on your Blog, before the end of the month, and include a link back to this Blog. Leave a link in the URL box displayed in this post to take us directly to your Challenge project, which will then appear on this Blog as a thumbnail image - so we can all see your wonderful arty work.
At the end of the month we will set about choosing five lucky participants, each of whom will win a CI rubber stamp of their choice, and don't forget that as per usual, once you have linked in your creation, you can also claim a lovely 25% discount code to use on anything you purchase from the CI Website, which will be valid until the 10th of November.
Go for it, and enjoy the challenge x
As always we look forward to seeing your entries - you will be in with a chance of winning a free stamp, and you will also be able to obtain a cool 25% web discount (handy for crafty Christmas presents perhaps?!) When you have linked in your entry please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain your special code, and then go shopping!
Now I have some sample projects to wet your appetite.
I have been making Christmas cards with my lovely class ladies and here are some piccies...
These are ultra easy, but very effective cards made with images from our Mini Image Christmas Book, and our die cut Starry Frames, plus a little touch of gilding wax.
Plus a fold up triptych version..
I also have 3 gorgeous festive tags from Ginger to share - all using CI stamps..
And I'm sorry to say I am going to have to give up blogging for tonight as my internet is running ridiculously slowly, and just about driving me nuts.
Back soon with more inspiration,