Tuesday 10 April 2012

Week 144 - Theme

Good morning dear crafters.  We hope you all had a cracking Easter (sorry couldn’t resist) and ate lots of lovely chocolate.  Shame about the weather though, although I’m sure it was a perfect excuse to craft all weekend lol!  Before we announce the details of the brand new challenge we would like to say a big thank you for all your gorgeous entries into last week’s “whatever the weather” challenge.  There were lots of brilliant creations and Lis will certainly have a tough decision to narrow her favourites down to just 5.  Please check back later to find out if you are one of the lucky 5 and also to find out who the lucky winner of the Limited Edition ‘Spring’ Promarkers courtesy of Letraset will be.

Onto this week’s challenge and the lovely Maya has set the theme and she has chosen “white on white”.  We will allow some lightly inked edges but your papers/card must be all white, only your image can be coloured.  As always to be eligible for our prize draw you must use your Letraset pens (i.e. pro, flex, tria or aqua markers) and of course follow this week’s theme.

Our sponsor this week is again the very generous Letraset and one lucky winner will receive a Promarker stamping kit.

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The design team have created beautiful cards once again this week (please click on their names to visit their personal blogs and leave them some love!):








Still poorly – hope you feel better soon x x


PFP challenge 144 - white on white









Stunning cards as always girls. We hope you’ve been inspired to join in with our challenge this week and we cannot wait to see what you create.

Hugs, Denise, Gina & DT x x


Rachel said...

Cute challenge...love the DT cards. Wedgie xxx

Shazza said...

wow girls, great cards x

Marlene Atkinson said...

Thank you for this challenge, I found this very challenging, as I have never done white on white before. Marlene

claire-bears-cards said...

Really enjoyed this challenge- I never thought I could do white on white but once I started I couldn't stop!


Pam said...

Thanks for the challenge! The white on white looks beautiful!!