My challenge has 3 parts. As everyone knows from previous swarms, we are soooooooooo (not) very strict about our rules, LOL! Just play along, have fun, cross enter your entries in other things if it suits you. Just show us what you make to count as an entry.
I challenge you to fulfill your entry with all 3 components.
A. Create 6 cards: all the same or all different, any size, any theme, but they must be functional cards, not tags or postcards.
B Stamp an image on each card and Colour it however you desire: colour all or part, colour with chalk, colour with ink, colour with markers, colour with pencil-crayons, colour with water-colour... You get the idea. You could even go crazy, colour the embellishments, colour the paper, have fun! BUT, at least one of the 6 cards must be Halloween themed, interpret as you like with colour, season, image, etc...
C. Post a picture of your creations, and then give them away, with envelopes to fit. Give them to a nursing home, an elderly neighbor, a charity group, a shelter program, it's your choice where, just give them away and let us know how that worked out for you. This is a way of celebrating being thankful for our creativity, and the Thanksgiving portion of this season's challenge.
Blooming heart Stamp #M1045 stamped with Memento tuxedo black ink, coloured with ShinHan twin touch alcohol markers, cut on white daisy cardstock to make 3 inch note cards. With black pen I hand doodled a rustic outline. The image is matted on retired CTMH paper. I've seen these done on youtube and a few blogs and had to try it. It's a great way to play around with the new markers.
The next 6 cards are made using the "Better with a Friend" #D1608 page 9 Hostess rewards, of the 2014-15 CTMH Idea book. It (and 2 other stamp sets) came with my new ShinHan markers as a consultant perk. Images are stamped using Memento Tuxedo black ink, and coloured with those fancy new markers. The sentiments are stamped from the "Artfully Sent" cartridge. Yes, I scraped together some cash and got my hands on it, more on that later! Some of these cards are edged in CTMH Washi Tape. That's fancy Japanese trend speak for patterned paper tape that is all the rage right now. Really great value with CTMH, the rolls are not stingy! A few of the cards are grounded using Bakers Twine, both CTMH metalic, or from "the Twinery" company which I won a few years ago.
"Pathfinding Cardmaking Kit." I doubled it and made 30 cards, and still have scraps to make more cards!
Here is all 6 cards, thankfully not cockeyed! I will be giving these cards to my pharmacist and his wife to give away to their customers. Together they run a locally owned business called Tabour Pharmacy. They are really kind, caring, generous people. They will know just who will need a little something pretty to share happiness with.