Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Bouncing Brayer Challenge



I am sitting here in the Pheonix, Sky Harbor Airport on my way home from Denver and was excited to find that they have free wireless. Yeah!!! Well, it's Wednesday, so it's time to share my card that I made for the Paperpretties Design Team challenge. We are sharing them two weeks after the challenge to give time for everyone to receive their cards in the mail. This is the card I made with the bouncing brayer technique. I had never done this before. I used my fall colored spectrum pad so it screamed for Fall themed stamps. It was the perfect opportunity to use my new CHF set, "Lets get Stuffed".







This is the card that Julie Masse made me. It uses the new MFT set, Think Pink. Christie has this set and lot's of other MFT sets in the corner store. While you're there you have got to go check out the Nestabilities and Copics Clubs. This is such a great way to get these "have to have" sets in a convienent, economical way.


Take a peek a the other DT's blogs (Jillian, Charmaine, Alli, Joanne, Christie, Julie C) and see what they made for the challenge.


I haven't heard what today's challenge is but I'll let you know when I find out so you can play along too!

9 comments:

Flossie's Follies said...

What great cards, love this technique the backgrounds are awesome.

Charmaine (CharmWarm on SCS) said...

Wonderful card, Kristine! I LOVE it!

Rochelle W said...

Very cool. I haven't tried this background yet. Your cards look fantastic!

Chris Scrappin and Stampin in Texas said...

Kristine,
Your thanksgiving card is gorgeous. Great job on your challenges!!!

Alli Miles said...

Very nice ...very nice indeed! I love the warm colours you chose in the background to showcase the centre images.

Dawn Easton said...

Your card is beautiful! The background turned out fantastic! I'm so happy I found your blog today through Julie :)

Melissa said...

These are fabulous!

MEG BEE said...

I love your card Kristine! The background came out awesome!

Inky Hugs,
Michelle

crazy4mycrafts said...

These are very pretty cards!! I haven't tried this technique yet. Please accept the You Make Me Smile Award! I posted it on my blog! Hugs!