Good evening :) I'm posting here all my entries to the Unity World Card Making Day Challenges. I was having problems yesterday and early today posting to my blog, so many of the cards I uploaded to my Gallery in Splitcoast Stampers here. However, I thought it would be fun to show them all together, so here goes:
Challenge #1 - Shaped Cards
I used the stamp sets 'Jar of Sunshine', 'Inside & Out' and the June 2012 KOM
Challenge #2 - Texture (use at least two different kinds)
I clear embossed the leaves from 'Autumn Grunge' before cutting them out, as well as using corrugated cardboard and twine. The sentiment is from the set 'Harvest of Memories'.
Challenge #3 - Embossing
I used the beautiful butterfly image from the July 2012 SMAK and embossed using white embossing powder then colored it using Gelatos. Thought it was such a beautiful image so just finished it off with some ribbon.
Challenge #4 - Sketch Challenge
Again, used the July 2012 SMAK (those images are huge!!) as well as the sentiment from 'Grandma's Closet' - colored the image using watercolour pencils and blended.
Challenge #5 - Fall themed
I saw this one come up just as I was putting together my card for the texture challenge :) but decided to do a turkey rather than fall leaves since I had just done it for the 2nd challenge. I used the 'Build a Turkey' set for this one.
Challenge #6 - Stamp a border (using a non-border stamp)
I used stamps from the June 2012 KOM, and turned the condiments (and watermelon) into a border. I also lightly stamped the words, and added some glossy accents to the BBQ to give it some dimension.
Challenge #7 - Coloring
I absolutely love the Phyllis Harris images, so I grabbed 'It's no Fun' as the little boy is so cute and colored him up with my copics. I've enrolled in some in-depth copic coloring classes in November, so I can't wait to sharpen my skills, although I'm pretty happy with how this turned out.
Challenge #8 - Color challenge (cream, pumpkin, olive and brown)
I had the Bella Blvd 'Too cute to spook' set sitting out and once I pulled out all my colored cardstock, I realized that the Frankenstein could be paper pierced in olive, and of course the pumpkins would be pumpkin, so I used cream for my base with some brown ground and a tree. I tried to splatter some white mist on the ground, but unfortunately got more all over my workspace than my card.
I had a lot of fun completing these challenges, I found it really helped get the creative juices flowing having to follow a challenge. My 8yr old son started them with me and has so far completed the first 3;
Okay, I'm off to try to complete the KOM challenge and the Unity Challenge for an extra entry for the grand prize!