Friday, November 2, 2018

Time for the November Theme & Sketch Challenge at STAMPlorations!

Good morning and welcome friends!
It's a new month and time for the November
The theme is stamps and rainbows

and here is the fun sketch:
I decided to use both theme and sketch on my card:

Who wouldn't love to receive a rainbow wrapped present?!

I created my present using the Gift Builder #1 CUTplorations die with that
fun multi-colored paper. I used one of the stamps from the
Art Marks stamp set behind the gift, and stamped the Happy
Birthday from the Sketched: Simple Gift stamp set. The 
present is adhered with foam squares for more dimension.

Here are some details to keep in mind:

  • Players can link up to 6 projects -- any type of project is welcome as long as there is stamping. 
  • Projects must be based on the theme, sketch, or both. 
  • Non-STAMPlorations products are OK 
  • To qualify for the prize, players must display challenge graphic and link back to the challenge post (blogs only) 
  • Prizes: $15 GC for the winner (voted by the team); $5 GC to three (3) randomly picked players

Now it's your turn to play along! I look forward to seeing what you create

Also, if you have an uncontrollable desire to go shopping for any
STAMPlorations products, you can use my discount code:
for 20% off your order!

Thanks for visiting. Have a fabulous day!

I'd like to enter this at Seize the Birthday - ATG, no topper

Stamps: STAMPlorations - Sketched: Simple Gift, Art Marks
Ink: Memento - Teal Zeal, Grape Jelly
CS: Neenah
DP: DCWV - Spring Mix Stack
Accessories: GC; STAMPlorations - Gift Builder #1 die; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - 3D foam squares; Ranger - multi medium matte


  1. Sweet birthday creation with the sketch!

  2. An adorable take on the challenge! Jo x

  3. I wished I'd had the idea of using a stamp behind the focal point instead of paper! Thinking out of the box Chris...

  4. This is definitely fun! Love that funkadelic gift. Thanks for linking it up over at Seize the Birthday!


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