Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Week 125 - Theme

Good morning dear crafters. Before we begin this week we would like to extend our sympathies to the families and loved ones of those affected by the horrific crash on the M5 last weekend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all x

We hope you all had a good week last week. It was wonderful to see all your entries to our “day at the zoo” challenge and we were delighted to see all the different animals you used. Don’t forget to check back later to find out if you are one of the lucky top 5 passionista and also we will be finding out the winner of the £10.00 voucher courtesy of Joanna Sheen.

Onto this week’s challenge and the lovely Julie has set the theme and she has chosen “kraft + 1 other colour”, you can add touches of other colours on your images (but only a smidge) but your backgrounds must consist of only kraft + 1 other colour of your choice. As always you must use your promarkers, flex markers, aqua markers or tria markers to be eligible for our prize draw and of course follow this week’s theme.

Our sponsor this week is Some Odd Girl and one lucky winner will receive 3 digi images of their choice. They have some wonderful new images in their store too so even if you’re not lucky to win our prize I would strongly recommend you take a peek in their store – you won’t be disappointed.

some odd girl new logo

The design team have created amazing samples for your inspiration once again this week (you can click on their names to visit their personal blogs):
















PFP challenge 125 - kraft   1 other


On maternity leave. Love to you and baby Olivia x

Gorgeous cards once again girls. We hope we’ve inspired you to join in with our challenge this week and we cannot wait to see what you create.

Hugs, Denise, Gina & DT x x


Debbie said...

Thank you for a great challenge. Debbiexx

Inge said...

I have a little question, i don't realy understand the Challenge. What do you mean with kraft?
Or is it just making a card with one colour?

x Inge

Veronika said...

Inge, I had tolook it up too.. it's a special coarse brown paper (like in brown paper bags, in envelopes and such)
And I think it worked really well with the adorable house mice :-)