February Challenge - Oh So Lovely!

11:00 am Parul 0 Comments

Hello friends,
Parul here! Welcome to the February Challenge - Oh So Lovely!
Erum and me are super excited to host the challenge this month with a lovely them to play along. <3
Having Valentine's Day on it's calendar this month of February automatically becomes so lovely.
Isn't it? And keeping that in mind we have theme Oh So Lovely.
Oh yes ! Love is in the air! <3

The theme of project should be LOVE. So be it something from you to your partner/spouse or from you to a couple that you know. You can include elements associated with word "Love" or use sentiments on your project which would be apt for the challenge.
February Challenge- "Oh So Lovely"
Please note - The main focus should be on Papericious products

Challenge Rules:

1.You can create any project - Altered Items, 3D projects, Home Decor, Cards, Layouts, Mini Albums, Scrapbooks, etc.

2. Remember that you need to use Papericious Products as your main focus to qualifying for the win.

3. The last date of submission of your projects is 10th March, 2019 at 11:55pm IST.

4. Please go through the general guidelines HERE before you link up your projects. Any project not following the rules will be disqualified and it will not be eligible for the prize.

Now onto the exciting part, the prizes! Papericious will be giving away TWO prizes every month:
The DT will be selecting a Merit Winner at the end of every challenge who will stand a chance to win a gift voucher worth INR 500 from the Papericious Store.
We will also be having a Random Winner from all the entries who enter their projects every month to win a Papericious 6"x 6" Pattern Paper Pad.
Everyone gets an equal chance here, so whether you are a novice or an experienced crafter, all are welcome to play along with our challenges.

Now it's time for inspiration. I made a card using I Love You Paper pack from Papericious. This paper pack has got amazing pattern papers for creating any project on love theme. I fussy cut the typewriter and the heart from element sheet and for background I cut a piece from the intro sheet of this paper pack. Its beautiful. isn't it? To add some dimension to the card I adhered typewriter and heart with the help of foam tape and Voila!

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Now let me share very talented Erum's inspiration project for this challenge. She die cut several hearts from the Pretty Basics Paper Pack using different pattern papers and set them aside. Next, she used a stencil to emboss her card front which she adhered to a top-folding card base. After this, she adhered all the die cut hearts on the card front with foam tape. To finish, she die cut some letters to form the word hugs and glued them below her heart arrangement. To this, she applied glossy accents for interest.

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Well that is all. 
Do play along this challenge. I would love to see what you make.

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