You will find all the challenge information on the Rubbernecker Blog, including info on prizes you could win!
This week the challenge is a photo inspiration challenge - and this is the card I created.
2011 Heirloom Ornament dies to cut the metallic card stock and pretty red ornament patterned paper. I embossed the 'Merry Christmas' sentiment in silver then die cut it with a Spellbinders Ribbon Banner, sponging it with Barn Door Distress ink before removing it from the die. Then I just punched a hole at the top of the ornament and looped through this pretty silver cord (it's called silver cloisonne thread - I found it in a box of ribbon that I 'inherited' from my dear MIL).
I was SO inspired by the photo this week - that I also made a card:
evergreen branch. I embossed it with an embossing powder called Christmas Tree - it's green with little flecks of shiny red so it really sparkles IRL - I think you can see the red flecks but the glitter doesn't show in the pic :( I embossed a square Nestability on the card and adhered the image inside the frame with foam tape. I sponged the edges of the image with Ranger Antique Linen. I used the same Merry Christmas sentiment (my favorite can you tell?!) here that I used on my tag above but I just stamped it in black on the card.
So we hope you will join the Stampin' Sisterhood Design Team by creating an inspired project and linking it over at the Rubbernecker blog! And don't forget to check out the new challenge EVERY Sunday!
Stamps: Rubbernecker - Merry Christmas #387-10
Paper: Metallic Red - Grafix, Pure Poppy - PTI, DP Die Cuts With a View (DCWV) The Christmas Stack.
Ink: Versamark, Ranger Distress Barn DoorAccessories: Silver cloisonne thread - Elsa Williams Needlecraft, foam tape, ribbon banners - Spellbinders, 2011 Heirloom Ornaments - Nestabilities.
Stamps: Rubbernecker - Evergreen Block #1574 SO
Paper: Pure Poppy, White - PTI
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark, Ranger Distress Antique Linen
Accessories: Foam tape, square Nestability, Embossing Powder - Christmas Tree/Antiquities - Joanne's, hot gun.