Monday, February 3, 2020

#391 Critters and a Double Trouble Collaboration

Hey Everyone!  Thank you so much for the warm feedback regarding the change in our challenges.  We are so happy that this new 2 week format works so well with so many of you.

On to this weeks challenge!  Our theme for you this week in honor of Groundhog Day on the 2nd is to create a project that has could be something that highlights a pet, or a stamped image with some animals on it, maybe it's the PP that you use with those birds, ducks, moose!  Whatever tickles your fancy!

Now for an added twist, we are partnering in this challenge with Double Trouble Challenges!

Double Trouble Paper Crafting

You want to make sure to head over to their blog as well and incorporate their challenge themes into your project for a chance to win...just click on this link .

The DT has been hard at work and look what they did!

My layout is a 12x12 Traditional that includes the first photo I took this year: 
a photo of my Central Texas Pig Rescue calendar. 
CTPR is a Pig Rescue I follow on Instagram and donate to each month.
Look at that cute piggy; her name is Bernadette.

For the Double Trouble Challenge I did Challenge #1/Repeated Element
I repeated 3 small circles around my layout to make a visual triangle.
And true to the "Use Your Stuff" challenge - Items on here range from over 18 years old to less than a month old!

For this project, I featured one of my favorite critters; my dog Penny in her sweaters that my daughter knitted her.  Needless to say, Penny is NOT a fan of the winter.

My layout is of my Buddy :) my favorite critter. Using an older paper pad I got years ago in a swap for my layout of Buddy

My critter is this little felt lamb in my stash forever!

My layout features a cute cuddly critter - the Easter bunny!

When we were in Canada 5 years ago I saw this moose head on the wall so had some fun.
I misted through a stencil to get the sunburst effect.

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