Saturday, October 6, 2012

Challenge #6: Stamp A Border

Shellye here, bringing you 
on this World Cardmaking Day!

For this challenge we are going to
 I want you to use a non-border stamp.
Basically, use any stamp (that's not deemed a 'border' stamp)
 and create a border!

I made a border using the clouds stamp:

As you can see, I stamped two clouds in a grey ink and
the other in a black ink.  After hand-cutting each one, I attached the
two grey clouds directly to the card and the black cloud 
I attached with foam dots.
Patterned papers by chipboard accents by Bella Blvd.

1-Must use Unity stamps.
2-A new card must be made for each challenge.  Combining challenges are not allowed.
3-You may enter as many times as you like, but you may only win once.
4-Grand Prize - you must complete every Unity WCMD challenge for one entry. 
 AND a bonus entry if you complete the Kit of the Month Sketch and Unity Theme Challenges.

$1000 worth of prizes
HOURLY prize - $25 gift certificate to Unity (one winner for each challenge)
GRAND prize - A WHOLE year subscription to either KOM or SMAK winner's choice (2 winners)


- October 20th, 2012 at 11:59 pm (central)

I hope that you'll play along! 
 Just add your finished card using the Linky Tool below
Have fun,  y'all!
{Ippity} {Ippity}


naturecoastcrafter said...

Oh my goodness, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this card. What a great designer you have there. I've got to pin it. Wow! So fresh and new and different. Thank you.

naturecoastcrafter said...

And I am so sorry (she says sheepishly), I don't have any Unity stamps. Did the earth just shudder?

JenMarie said...

Got mine uploaded! First time I've stamped in FOREVER!!! Yay!
LOVE your card!

Shellye McDaniel said...

Thank you, naturecoastcrafter! We can surely hook you up with some Unity Stamps! If you like stamping then you will love Unity :)

Thanks, Jen!!! Good luck!

Karenladd said...

Finally linked up my card. This was a real challenge but really got me thinking in a new way!

Noelle Reese said...

This card is so PERFECT! I love it. You totally have the gift to mix and match pattern paper. I do not have that gift. LOL

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