Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Christmas Words - Believe - December Challenge

Thank you to everyone who participated in last month's monthly challenge. The response was great and we loved seeing all of your creations. This month's challenge will be an easy one as everyone is in the full swing of all things Christmas. Thank you to everyone who entered our challenge last month and stay tuned for the winner in Katelyn's post tomorrow.

This month's will be an easy one because we are focusing on Christmas Words!

Each month enter for your chance to win 4 designs from the
 SRTC online store $20 (before tax) retail value

And ... it's a completely RANDOM DRAW!


- Must follow the theme
 - Your item can be a card, mixed media piece or project, whatever you can call "ART".  
- You can use any image, embellishments and any chipboard pieces you like.
- As of now, there is no limit for entries
- Must be a new project
- Can be combined with 10 other challenges
- Please link back to our blog http://southernchipboard.blogspot.ca/
- Ends December.31st 6pm PST

**If you use product from SRTC, that will count as TWO entries but please make sure we know via your blog post attached via Mr. Linky below or a message below this post!! 

Melissa is sharing a fabulous Christmas word themed project for you, to get this challenge started.


So many words to describe Christmas! And it's hard to narrow it down and pick one to do my first December challenge with... but I chose the word BELIEVE and imagine that, Karen has an amazing wooden piece with just that word!

Because the wood pieces have a beautiful glow to them from the wood burning process that Karen uses, I didn't have to do very much to make this piece any better! I sprayed the piece plus another of the Small Marked Reindeer with the Marshmallow Tattered Angels spray. It just gives a glittery effect over the wood pieces without changing the colour of the wood pieces. I added a couple of rhinestones to accent the deer as well.

I added some bling & Memory Box die cuts over the Bo Bunny patterned paper to complete my 6x6 card.

Quick - easy - beautiful! My mantra!!

I look forward to seeing your Christmas Word creations -- Cheers! Melissa