Now if you arrived here from Ang's Blog then you are on the right track but if you just happened by then you need to go to The Cowgirl Sunday Stampen Challenge Blog so you dont miss out.
There are some special surprises to help us celebrate. First, everything in the store is 25% off until May 31st!
Second, we have Crafty Ribbons sponsoring us with some yummy blog candy. Here it is:
And finally, there is a super great free digital stamp with a purchase of $5.
I made this Easel Card with the Freebie image, which loving horses I couldnt resist.
Im going to enter this card into the Crafty Calander Challenge which is The Outdoors.
To join in with the Hop you need to collect numbers from all the blog hop participants.
My number is 8. Dont forget to make a note of these numbers so you can email the total to email@example.com
Oh and dont forget you must leave a comment on each blog along the way to be eligible to win the blog candy!! and of course enter into this weeks challenge where you will get the chance to win free stamps and have a chance to be a guest designer for the next challenge?
Dont worry if you dont have any of CJ's stamps, you can still join in with any other stamps, but if you do use Cowgirl Up Stamps, your name will be entered for a second time for a chance to win. With all the special offers though you wont get a better time to buy them.
will get the FREEBIE along with the 2 of their choice plus a $5.00 coupon to the store...
Okay so what is the challenge?
Its a Colour Combo of Red, Black and White - well scary for me I dont really do Black and White and have a real problem colouring with Red Copics.
But on saying that I was actually quite pleased with how this turned out in the end.
This image is called Emilee and can be found Here
I printed the image twice and coloured her with Copics and added a touch of Sakura Glitter pen (which you cant see to well in the photo but IRL gives her a bit of sparkle I then layered her dress using foam pads to add dimension..
I used plain black and white papers which have a bit of a sheen and used my Martha Stewart punch around the page for the border. I added a piece of patterned vellum to mount the image on. The flowers and pin are from Wild Orchid.
Im entering this card into
Magical Crafts Challenge which is Black White and one other colour.
Your next stop on the Blog is the talented Betty so you need to gallop on over there.