|This month I worked with the beautiful UHK papers- Fruits of the Forest Collection. and Liquitex acrylic paints.|
|I also used some cheesecloth, washi tape and molding paste.|
|I added some flowers, pearls and corrugated cardboard.|
|You can see here, the gorgeous handmade tag by Marivic that you can buy in her shop....HERE|
Here are all the December challenge details...
We have a two-part challenge this month. This time of year is to reflect on the past & to look forward on what is yet to come. It's a season for being thankful, to surround yourself with loved ones & to enjoy the simple pleasures life has to offer. Many call this the 'most joyous time of year'.
With this in mind the December challenge is simply: Joy. What brings you Joy? What always puts a smile on your face? Joy can be interpreted in many ways. Think about what person, place, activity, pet, hobby or simple pleasure gives you joy. This can be anything--that first warm cup of morning coffee, reading your favorite book, your family, your dog cuddling up next to you! Think outside of the box.
The second part of this challenge is that you must include journaling. Your journaling must be at least 3 sentences or more. Jotting down places & dates do not count. I want you to document your thoughts & explain why the subject you chose to scrap brings you joy.
Here's the challenge board to bring you some inspiration.
Liquitex Paint Marker Set
Choice of 3 13arts Chipboard/Stencil Designs
The Random Winner will receive a Hot & Cold paper pack from UHK.
13arts is a Polish scrapbooking paper and artistic media manufacturer.
A Polish paper company producing beautiful scrapbook and crafting papers.
A special thanks to UHK Gallery for sponsoring the Design Team this month!
Please note that if the winner(s) of this challenge are international they will be responsible for shipping costs.
Make sure you follow our CHALLENGE RULES.
Thank you and we hope to see your beautiful creations this month!
You still have time to participate in the December challenge, can't wait to see what you will make... have fun!