Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Think INK #29!

It's time for another Artful INKables Think INK challenge! Our new Think INK Challenge is being issued by Me, that's right it's my turn to host the challenge, and I have proposed a color challenge! That's right, for this challenge please use one of the following three color combinations: red and green, blue and orange, or purple and yellow!

You will have two weeks to complete the challenge and add your link to the main post over on the Artful INKables Blog to have your entry counted! Now how does that sound? Pretty neat, right?! Head on over to the Artful INKables Blog for all the little details and be sure to play along, it is sure to be a great time! Here are a few further details for you!

* You are not required to use AI stamps, but if you have them, we'd love to see you use them**If you use AI stamps we will give you TWO entries for your creation! Just link your card to Mr.Linky Twice!

* You have until Monday, September 27th, 2010, midnight Pacific Standard Time to link your creation to this post. A winner will be chosen Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 to win a Badge to display on your blog and get to host one of our upcoming challenges!

* When posting your link, please post the link directly to your creation- so if it's on your blog, please link it directly to the specific post with your creation.

* If uploading to SCS or PCP, please add the keyword AIC29.
I had a lot of fun with this card, the colors were bright and made me smile, but I had a hard time finishing off the card after I picked the colors, image, and papers. I wanted to use flowers, but none of the ones I had looked right so I ended up going with just a simple ribbon tied in a bow. I hope you get the chance to play along with us in this challenge, it should be a lot of fun! Have a great day!
Stamps: Spot on Summer from Artful INKables; Paper: Whisper White, Lemon Tart, DCWV DP; Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black; Pop Dots, Ribbon, Kaiser Self Adhesive Rhinestones, PTI Buttons

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