I am able to play along with the JustRite Challenge this week. The Challenge is to create a Christmas card. Why Christmas cards in May?? JustRite has just completed an AMAZING catalog that will be ready to pre-order in June. This is going to be a MUST HAVE! The inspiration in this catalog is going to blow you away. Check out the JustRite Blog for more details.
You will need to use JustRite products for your project and upload it to an online blog, gallery or photo hosting website. (Please see our blog post HERE for important information about our gallery on Flickr, how to upload to it, and another opportunity to win some JustRite products!).
You will then need to link to your project back here on our blog post, using the linking system on this challenge post. Please make certain your link is directly to your project, not just your general blog home page or overall photo gallery, so we can find it easily. (Links that are spam, commercial in content, or are not linked properly/directly to your project will be deleted). If you choose to upload your project to www.Splitcoaststampers.com OR our Flickr gallery, please use the weekly challenge code (example: JRC_019 <== that's an underscore between the letters and numbers) in the keyword section of the Splitcoast project upload page or the Tag section of the Flickr gallery.
You will have until next Thursday, May 27th at 9am Central to make your project and enter a link to it below. Then the winners will be chosen and announced a little later that day here on the JustRite Inspiration Blog. By entering our challenges, you grant JustRite Stampers permission to use your artwork here on our blog as well as any possible advertising.
This week's challenge winner will receive a $50 JustRite gift certificate and Honorable Mentions will receive $15 JustRite gift certificates ... just in time to go shopping with our May release next week! We can't wait to see all of your Christmas card inspiration!
Old Fashioned Christmas". This stocking is so adorable! I colored it with Copics and diecut with Spellbinders Classic Circles. I also used Copics to color my rhinestones.
Thanks for stopping in for a visit today. Have a great weekend!
Stamps: JustRite Stampers - Old Fashioned Christmas Borders and Centers
Paper - pre-made Christmas card
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic Markers (Y0000, G24, YG17, Y06, R23, R08, R05)
Accessories: Spellbinders Classic Circles, Kaiser Rhinestones