You are in for such a treat this month over at Passion for Promarkers, the new challenge runs from 9am today (1st December) until 9am on the 5th January 2010
You can use ANY COLOURS of ProMarkers and you can make ANYTHING BUT A CARD.
We have loads and loads of prizes to give away, so there will be loads of winners - want to see the prize list?
Grand Prize: 148 ProMarkers from the fabulously generous Letraset - that's the entire collection including all the old and new colours
Plus they have donated another 2 x 5 Promarker Theme Packs
Sugar Nellie/Funky Kits have donated 8 prizes of Sugar Nellie stamps:
4x Maggie & Hamish stamps PLUS 4x Home Grown stamps
Joanna Sheen has donated a £10 voucher to spend in her online shop
Stampeezee have also donated a £10 voucher to spend with them
Whiff of Joy have donated a Fred, Celebrating Elephant stamp designed by Alison Acton
Julie is an Independent Stampin Up! Demonstator and she is giving away a stamp set and ribbon
So, have we whetted your appetite yet? would you like some inspiration? the design team have some fabulous creations to show you, so please go have a look - you'll find all their links on my sidebar.
We'll also be showing you even more fabulous creations on the 15th of December - so look out for those too.
You can enter as many times as you like, so get creating all those non-card christmas creations.
I made some post-it note holders for Scott's teachers...
Image: Teacher Anya from The Greeting Farm (thankyou to Natalie for stamping these up for me), coloured with promarkers: Blush and Sunkissed Pink for their skin, Pastel Yellow, Mustard & Raw Sienna for the blonde hair, Caramel, Cocoa & Umber for the brunette hair, Pine & Holly for the socks and pullovers, Ruby & Burgundy for the apples, shirts and skirts/
I also added some Glamour Dust to the skirts and shirts.
I made the post-it holders from plain green cardstock, matted a panel of Fancy Pants Christmas paper onto plain red cardstock and adhered to the front. The greeting is Daisy & Dandelion. Martha Stewart snowflake punched from red cardstock and added a red gem to the centre. I used the cropadile to add the red eyelets and used Papermania xmas trims for handles. And of course added a pencil/pen and post-it pads
Here's the close-ups...
Tomorrow I'll show you the pink version I did for Willow's teacher.