Friday, October 2, 2009

A Hanna Sketch Challenge!

Hi everyone!
Today starts the beginning of the sneak peeks of the new stamps that will be released by Hanna Stamps this coming Monday 5th October after the release party over on the Hanna Stamps Member Forum of SCS.
Friday’s also mean challenge time over on the Hanna Stamps Member Forum and this week’s challenge is hosted by Silke Kittmann. Silke gave us a sketch to use to create our cards this week … yahhhhhhh I love doing sketch challenges as most of you know.
I used the rice bowl from the new Geisha Hanna set which will be one of the new stamps that will be released on Tuesday. I love oriental themed stamps although I don’t do as much with them as I would like, and I love this set … I will have more to share with you with this set later.
Now talking of challenges, did you know that Hanna Stamps has changed the way we are doing challenges for releases. Rather then do them at the release party we will now have one challenge issued on the Monday a week prior to the release. Why not take a look and play, because you could be the recipient of a $20 gift voucher and 1 unmounted stamp of your choice, sound good! Head on over to the Hanna Stamps Member Forum for more details.

 Did you know that October 3rd is World Card Making Day?

Visit Splitcoast Stampers for a fun day of challenges hosted by the Member Companies and SCS. The fun starts at 10am.

I will be back tomorrow with some more sneak peeks!
Stamps: Geisha Hanna – Hanna Stamps
Paper: White; Black; Red – DP – Kaisercraft
Other: Black Ink; EK Success Dot Wave Border Punch; Black Grosgrain Ribbon; Black Brads; Foam Tape; Copics


Danni said...

So very nice!

Cindy Haffner said...

Awesome job Frances.

Silli said...

Hello Frances, your card is very pretty. I love the colors and the image! Happy friday!

Unknown said...

LOVE this! Great creation!

Sheri Gilson said...

Wonderful card Frances!! Love the black & red combo!!

Elena said...

Very cute card! I love the DP you chose!

Joanne (jojot) said... it all
....the color combo
....the theme
....the dp
....the image

memories of Japan...thanks

Anonymous said...

I'm not usually into Japanese cards but I do like this one. Annie