Spring is all about Renewal – last challenge and opportunity to win stamps!
March 7, 2013
As temperatures in some parts of the world rise, everything that was brown and dried up starts to go green, get all bright and happy, and look so very ALIVE! Our challenge today is to take a winter-themed card, and redo it with spring colors and images. So, even if you’re stuck under several feet of snow and Spring still seems very far away, these cheerful colors are sure to bring your thoughts to warmer days ahead!
Today’s the final challenge and opportunity to win a NATURE’S WISHES set. Just share a winter-themed card, and a revamped, springy card. We’ll post winners of this challenge tomorrow (along with the others from previous days, too), so get to stamping as soon as you can! This one needs a quick turnaround!
Designer Therese Schaffer took this sweet and simple wintery card . . . .
swapped out the cute eskimo for Garden Critters (30-152), Background – Sweetness (40-208) and the sentiment from To You (30-067) to make this bright colored confection:
Karen Dunbrook‘s cards always embody sweet simplicity, and this winter-turned-spring design is no different. Amazing how swapping the image can make such a difference, even when using almost the same color palette!
And last, but certainly not least, Jill Foster took this set of Les Petite Christmas cards
and used them as the basis for a new set featuring Garden Critters, Nature’s Wishes, 40-162 Crystal Pattern, 40-169 Diamond Pattern, 4310K Verdant, 30-155 Blooming Garden.
Are you inspired? Get stampy with us, and throw your card in for consideration! We can’t wait to see what you create! We’ll be back tomorrow with winners and a whole bunch of submissions to show off!