Yes, a title in more ways then one I think. Two weeks ago Charmine issued a challenge to the Pretties Girl's to create a card using chalks, and to be honest I had no idea where to start. Well, except that I needed to find my chalks of course, that is always a good starting point, but from there I was a bit lost. I ended up deciding on create a card using February's Stamp of the Month. If you are a member or sign up before January 31st you will receive this stamp in February before she is released to the general public, how wonderful is that! I also decided to try Julee's Mojo Monday Week 70 sketch, I used to complete these sketches from time to time and they are always on my list of things to do...but today it got done! Hope you like today's card, I had fun in the long run creating this card, even though it reminded me why I don't use my chalks very often.
Big Pretties News:
January 25th will mark Paper Pretties 2nd year in business and we want to celebrate in true Prettie style with a mystery, lots of prizes, a party, and a ton of inspiration for you! We'll be releasing a new stamp set, revealing the next Stamp of the Month a little bit early and re-releasing Sealed with a Kiss in RUBBAH!!!Be sure to join us for all the fun. Our blog hop will begin on Christie's blog on January 22nd (tomorrow) and the fun will continue for 3 whole days culminating in our party in the forum on the 25th at 8pm EST. We'll be announcing our grand prize winner of a 6 month Stamp of the Month subscription and giving away one of our new stamp sets to another lucky winner. We'll have prizes every 1/2 hour during the party BUT you have to be there to win! Also, everyone who orders on the 25th OR joins the Stamp of the Month club will receive a free roll of American Crafts ribbon!
Be sure to visit the other Pretties Girl's today, I know we all had a challenge this week with these chalks!
Stamps: Bunny Hop Sophia from Paper Pretties; Paper: Whisper White, SU! Prints Sampler; Ink: SU! Chalk Pastels; Accessories: Pop Dots, Large Circle Regular and Scalloped Nestabilities