Sunday, October 13, 2013

MFT Elf Blueprints Challenge - 2.2

Welcome back friends!!!  
It's time for another MFT Elf's Blueprints Challenge here at Simply Stamping!  

Remember, the Link Gallery is remaining open for the whole month.  To help you out (and me, too) you may want to put your link in with your name and the week number.  That way you'll be able to remember which ones you did.  Or am I the only one who has that problem??

Here's our sketch for this week working with Blueprints 2...

Here's my card for this week using Pretty Poppies...

I pulled out my Versamark pad and pastels for today's card, because I wanted to make a card that was peaceful and quiet for the Hope You Can Cling To challenge at Splitcoast.  The challenge said to not have any words on the front of the card.  I was surprised at how hard that was for me to do!!  I must always want the last word!!  Thanks so much for stopping by.  I hope you'll be able to play along this week!!

So... here's the details!

*  Make a card using your Blueprints 2 DieNamics and following the above sketch.  Feel free to use any stamps that your little heart desires... only please make them family friendly so I can say something nice about them!!
* Post the card to your SCS gallery (keyword:  MFTBP2) or blog then link your project with the inlinkz widget below... no thumbnail pictures, sorry... I'm just using the free text only one!! ;)
* Feel free to join us on SCS to chat in THIS thread... and maybe you could comment on two other creations, too, just to be nice!!
*  Anyone who completes the  four sketches of the Blueprint of the Month and links them by Saturday, November 2nd at 8:00 PM CST, will be in a drawing for a elf-sized mystery prize from me.  (I also have an elf-sized income, so it's just for fun... nothing spectacular!!)

So there you have it!  Go forth and create!! : )

And don't forget to come back next Sunday !!

By the way, if the little linky thing doesn't work, feel free to leave your link in the comments.  I'm new to the world of inlinkz!! ;)

1 comment:

Heather Jensen said...

This is stunning! Pink is my favorite color. :)