It’s been a really long time since I’ve played along with any of the challenges that are out there. Every day there are demos from all over the world doing various challenges. I used to play along with a few but haven’t really done it in a long time. Some of my friends have started a new challenge group and I finally decided to play along with one. It’s and interesting one – not the normal challenge that most sites have. This one limits you to only certain supplies and you can’t go outside of that – there is a “basket” that you have to use a certain number of items from and then a “pantry” that you can pull from if you need to.
This basket of supplies was really not what I would normally pull from – the colors are not the norm for me. But hey it was a challenge and I was up for it. I did begin to realize that what I was seeing is that we were limited to Whisper White card stock (from the pantry) – well gold foil was an option too but I didn’t use any. Here is the basket of supplies:
It turned out to be a very clean card – with all that white. I cut the “thanks” from the Hello You thinlits and then cut off the ‘s’. I actually cut two of them. One I placed on the card from and then stamped over it with the big swoosh from Work of Art and the Blushing Bride ink – it left a white “frame” around where the word was. I took that one off and used the second one and stamped it with the other swoosh and Blackberry Bliss ink – I covered almost all of it but if you look really close there are tiny white spots still visible. I cut thin slivers of dimensionals (adhesive is in the pantry) to put on the back and adhere it into the “framed” space. I decided to tie a little piece of White Bakers Twine (also from the pantry) on my word. I stamped the “you” from Work of Art and then layered the white piece on a Whisper White card base. That was all of it.
You can find this Tuesday Throw Down challenge here if you want to play along too. Now to save my post and then go link it up on the challenge.
Here are the supplies that I used:
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