Hi crafty friends!
It's late. Like really late and really past my bed time BUT I will always stay up late to create. I just recently found a love for a company that is new to me. Winnie & Walter. Their products are AH-MAZING! I love that instead of die cuts they give you digital files that I can use with my Cameo. Just genius, I say!
Anyway, I took the plunge this past weekend and placed an order for a few stamp sets and stencils aka creative screenings in their world. I stalked the mailman today. No, really I did. Ask my son and he will tell you it's true. The thing about my mailman is he knows I have a problem with happy mail. He doesn't mind though. I make him cute things with goodies and gift cards. It's a win/win situation.
Okay back to my post. I found that Winnie and Walter have a fun challenge blog and it just so happens that their current one ends tonight. Yes, tonight! That's why I am up so late so I can participate. They have an amazing opportunity for the person THEY pick to win this challenge! It's all worth it.
Here's the 411 on the challenge.
I honestly couldn't figure out which I liked more the photo or the color palette so I just did a little of both. I went more with the photo that has the deer in it. They are so popular right now and I just love those guys! So here is my take on the challenge.
I have a disclaimer and here it is. I found out about this challenge a little over 2 hours ago. It was about ten o'clock at night. The lighting I knew from the get go was going to be a problem. I'm at a cabin in the mountains where finding light that was good was a major problem. I turned out every light I could find, turned off lights and then just took a deep breath and went with the 2 best I could edit. For all that was stacked up against me, I would have to say they turned out pretty good.
I am in love with that creative screening stencil! It will be my new favorite and the one I grab for a lot! Embossing paste is so much fun to create with and can be used to dress up any card. The paper behind the front panel is actually a Silver Matte card stock by Bazzill. It is so shiny and pretty but yet my lighting problem wouldn't work with me no matter how much I yelled at it. Hee Hee!
Please check out Winnie & Walter products here and the challenge info can be found here. You won't be disappointed although you may become addicted. I've been called an enabler before and I fully embrace it.
All products used will be listed and linked below. Please leave me a comment and let me know what you think of my card. I love reading all of your comments and look forward to them.
Until next time,