Our theme for this month's challenge is:
Joys of the Season
This challenge runs December 3rd thru January 6th.
image courtesy: louda2455 (Louise Dav)
With the holiday hoopla in full swing, now is the perfect time for doing a holiday inspired picture inspiration challenge. The wonderful thing about pictures is that one person can be moved by one particular aspect and another individual may see something completely different. So, whether you are inspired by the colors, the shapes, or the objects themselves within the following picture, it doesn't matter. Just be sure to let us know what elements from the picture inspired you in your design. Looking for some images or papers that would fit nicely with this picture? You can find quite a few in the STORE; so, be sure to stop by.
This month it is all in the eye of the beholder!
**If you are not familiar with our Playground Rules, please read through them HERE.**
And what would a challenge be without a prize!
Here are the prizes for each challenge. Please note that both the winner and the Cherry on Top will be announced during the winner's post which will come out the week following the end of the previous challenge (2nd Saturday ea. month)
- Winners are chosen randomly. If a winning entry has used an image from Imagine That! Digis by Kris, the prize will be a $12.00 gift certificate to the store. If they did not use an image from IT! DbK, the prize will be a $6.00 gift certificate to the store
- One person will be chosen from each challenge (by our Creative Team) as the Cherry on Top recipient and the prize will be a blog badge & a $15.00 gift certificate to the store if they used an Imagine That! Digis by Kris. If they did not, the prize will be a $9.00 gift certificate to our store.
And now for some wonderful inspiration from our
These are my Christmas thank you cards. I used the colors from the photo.
My inspiration from the picture is the cat and the spirit of Christmas
I was inspired by the wood, window, small white tree, and trim on the fireplace. This time around I chose to hand color the digi image with watercolor pencils for a soft effect.