Crop Stop Challenge #56 Numbers, plus a Becky Fleck sketch!!
CropStop has the distinction of being one of the on-line web stores selected to premier the new Becky Fleck Pagemap Dies from Spellbinder! This original series of dies co-ordinate perfectly with Becky's monthly release of page and card sketches found at Pagemaps. Use these exclusive dies to recreate many of the design elements you love, including journaling spots, embellishments, and trims. Spend less time planning and more time crafting eye-catching creations!
We have a very exciting challenge this week that will continue through July! Today, and the first week of the next 5 months, we will be posting a challenge plus for you!
Follow the challenge for an opportunity to win a $15 Gift Certificate to the Cropstop Store, and/or create your project following the challenge plus use one of the Becky Fleck Pagemaps posted for an opportunity to win her Spellbinder-Becky Fleck Featured Die! All prizes are randomly drawn.
Now, the challenge...NUMBERS! We want to see numbers somewhere on your creative project. And, THE PLUS...use one of Becky Fleck's Pagemaps as inspiration on your project too!
Spellbinder's Becky Fleck - Office Supplies Die Cut
You can choose the layout or card sketch to create with.
I choose to use the card sketch and created this card, featuring lots of numbers. I started by using the Cuttlebug Embossing Folder - Number Collage, added the ruler ribbon from 7Gypsies and the rubon.
Items used from the Crop Stop store is WRMK Sew Easy Stitch Attachment-Scallop, WRMK Sew Easy Stitch Piercer Tool, WRMK Sew Easy Floss, WRMK Sweetheart Inker-White, Cuttlebug Number Collage Embossing Folder.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to win a $15 Gift Certificate to the CropStop Store and/or the featured Spellbinder's Becky Fleck Die! Link your creative entry now at the Crop Stop Blog you only have a week to enter, entries are due by Wednesday Feb 8.
True XOXO challenge #26 -Let's Get Messy!
To have a chance at joining our design team for a month, be inspired by our messy challenge or scraplift any of our layouts. It's totally up to you, just roll up your sleeves, spread the dropcloth down and get messy!
Closeup- I didn't want to completely cover the letters in paint so with a very dry brush added Cream Acrylic paint then topped the paint with Moonlight Smooch.
Closeup- Some of the droplets of Alcohol Inks.
Closeup- The chipboard frame started off metallic pink in color, I sanded that and inked it with Tea Dye Distress Ink, the outside edges with Memento Dye ink in Rich Cocoa, the inside edge of the frame with Colorbox ink in Merlot & topped it all off with Quick Quotes ink color Bloody Mary (Which is really a reddish brown).
Layouts are due by the end of the month to enter at http://truexoxogirls.blogspot.com/