Power Poppy Blog, why not come and check it out this month – it’s called the Power & Spark Challenge! This month’s challenge is all about using the no-line colouring technique. It’s actually pretty easy! For challenge details and to also learn how you can WIN a Power Poppy stamp set of your own, click here!
Today I was inspired to create for a few other fun card challenges to I incorporated them into my card today. Today’s card features the Happiest Holiday collection stamp set, “Fully Stocked” and of course, I used that fabulous and fun, no-line colouring technique.
Primsacolor Pencils: White, Cream, Light Peach, Goldenrod, Canary Yellow, Apple Green, Olive Green, Crimson Red, Sienna Brown, Tucson Red, Indigo Blue
(I know you're all thinkin' it... a Christmas card in February?!? Are you crazy girl?!?! YUP... I am!! )
Check out the colouring process on my quick, sped-up video…
COMING SOON... Now, to let you know, Power Poppy has a birthday coming up in a little over a month’s time, so to celebrate I’m going to be having a few Power Poppy stamp GIVEAWAYS on my blog over the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned to my blog for details!!!
Plus, I have a new Facebook page now dedicated specifically to all of my card making and stamping called Your Memories with Ally. If you’re interested in joining, click here. I have a fun giveaway available there right now too featuring products from a brand new Canadian company called Wild Whisper Designs!
For today's card, I've used the following challenges as inspiration today...
This week's sketch from Mojo Monday, #485:
And the Merry Monday Challenge, #236: use stockings on your card...
Now, come along and check out what the rest of the Bloom Brigade has in store for you today…
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have an amazing weekend!!
~ Ally ~
stamps: Power Poppy (Fully Stocked)
inks: Memento (Desert Sand), Prismacolor Pencils
cardstock: Bazzill (Sawdust)
dies: My Favorite Things (Stitched Circles), SugarPea Designs (Stitched Flags)
patterned papers: Echo Park (Warm & Cozy)
charm: Emerald Creek (pinecone charm)