Thursday, January 15, 2015

Challenge #71 - Winter

Hello everyone!
Is it winter yet, where you live? Well, it is here in the Northern Hemisphere and I hope to see some real snow soon... but it seems like I have to go to the mountains to have snow as it hardly snows here in the Valley of the Rhine where I live. We've only had a few centimeters yet...

But as I like winter, I want to see your winter cards/projects during the next month...

We have 2 sponsors again, so we'll have 2 lucky winners (1 prize for the randomly drawn winner & 1 prize for the card I like the most).

I also found a great new sponsor, which is StampArt Design by Kathryne.

She has some really gorgeous digi stamps...
Due to that new VAT-law in Europe Whimsy Stamps took all digis out of their shop, so you can't by her stamps right now  -  at least until she found a new way to distribute them.

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Prize - 5 images of the winners choice

And this is what Kathryne has to say
"Hello stamping friends! Thank you for welcoming me into your home and hearts.  My desire is to inspire hope and joy, with celebrations of love and inspiration at the heart of each drawing for you.  I am delighted to sponsor your challenge and I look forward to hearing from you."

If you're interested in buying the images we used here, you can email your request to to Kathryne at They'll be half price at $1.50 each.

Our second prize is from the founder of Creatalicious Challenges
Bizzy Bec's

and she's offering one brand new Memory Box Die of the coming new release to the winner. So it is still a surprise which die it will be...

Well, I am looking forward to all the wonderful creations you will enter into this challenge.

Have a nice winter time (or summer time for those on the Southern side of the globe),

Here are the inspiration projects of the team for you...

to be added soon


using Alannah & Snowball

using Snow Happy

using Noble Deer Head.

Mary Lou

using Frosty Friends

using snow friends

using Alannah

Rachel Taylor
using Alannah

using Snow Friends

using Snow Mail