December challenge – Cold Weather

 

We have last challenge for you – last one in this year of course :) We all know, that December is a very busy month, but… our challenge is open till January, 19th :) So you have plenty of time to create a project inspired by “Cold Weather” theme :) Here is the inspiration from our Design Team:

 


I simply LOVE this pattern paper from the Yuletide Collection {aptly named Gingerbread}. It’s so warm & cosy & works so well as a background paper for Winter layouts because white POPS off it just like snow! I didn’t realise just how awesome this collection was until I actually created with it {this being my first project} but I am now incredibly excited to use it all up as it epitomizes everything about the Holiday Season!

 

Cold weather – but this really cold, snowy, wintery and sunny – is the one that i really LOVE! I love snow and winter activities. For our December challenge I created snowy layout about skiing. I hope You’ll like it.

 

I created my winter layout using Yuletide and Lost and Found collections.
Winter is magic. To be cozy, outside temperatures need to be cold :)
There’s nothing cozy about summer time, because you can’t really curl up under a blanket with a hot mug of tea :)
Wishing you all the best for the Holiday Season!

I have used gorgeous Yuletide collection to create this winter layout.

 

I usually do layouts but this time I wanted to do something else. When thinking what to do I first thought about ATCs but I do those often, too. But cards, regular cards, they are a rarity for me! So I tackled that format and made snowy winter cards! Even though the Christmas is coming I didn’t want to make pure Christmas cards – partly also because the theme was “Cold Weather” and to me that means a cold color palette also. I mixed in items from various collections but kept the colors really icy and cold.

 

Louise hadnt realy experienced a snowy winter or what true cold was until she dpent one of her holidays in the USA during winter. This layout features a photo that she took of Battery Park NYC. Louise absolutely lived this wintery holiday, but not enough that she would want to live through this type of weather on a regular basis LOL. :)

I’ve made a card using amazing Verano Azul Collection and chipboard pieces from Yuletide. I mixed 2 collections to get light cold palette with winter symbols.

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The rules are as simple as A, B, C:
- create any project inspired by the theme – Vintage
- use at least one 7 Dots Studio product
- publish your project on you blog with a link to our challenge
- do not forget to include in your blog post our “inspirational circle” ( you will find it at the top of this blog post)
- use inlinkz and please link directly to your blog post, not to whole blog
Challenge is open till January 2016, 19th midnight CET
We announce winners by the end of the January. One lucky person will win Collection Kit and 6×6 pad!!!

We will randomly choose also one person, who will receive 10EUR coupon to our store.

Good luck :)

Tusia

 


Comments

  1. Wow, all of the projects are beautiful – and I loved them all -thanks for sharing.