Glenda’s 100th Challenge Post

My dear friend, Glenda, is celebrating her 100 challenge post over on her blog. She asked me (along with a bunch of other really creative, crafty gals!) to help her celebrate in a blog celebration!

DSC_0478 (Small)Glenda's Random Amusing Challenge #100 is to use red on your card or project.  Use as much or as little as you like.  Incorporate it by using paper, ink, ribbon, embellishments, whatever you like!  You must play along with the challenge to be eligible to win the blog candy.  If you play along, please leave a comment on Glenda's blog (http://papersscissorsrocks.blogspot.com) and link back to her post from your post.  If you upload to an online gallery, please use the keyword GRAC100. You have until midnight Pacific Time on January 23rd to play along and you can play along as many times as you like.  The winner will be randomly chosen and announced on January 24th.

 
Here is my card to celebrate Glenda's 100th challenge and the color RED!

I don't use RED often enough. Well, except at the RED holidays – Christmas, Valentine's, etc. It's not a color in "my" palette. I remember Glenda and I talking about that in Seattle at A Muse last time we were there. It's her favorite color!

Anyway, I broke out my Unity Stamps I received before the holidays, matched with the A Muse sentiment "you make life sweet". I *heart* A Muse sentiments. Yeah, I know, I've said that before.

This card size is A2. I know you wondering why I'm mentioning that. Well, for a really long time I've only made 4 bar or smaller! So it was a bit of challenge to "fill up" the DSC_0480 (Small)extra space. Texture. That helped. 🙂
 
Lastly, the glass dome is covered in DG3 (diamond glaze's faster drying stuff. Yeah, I don't know that it really is faster…) but it works well enough. Here is a close up:

Thanks for stopping by and see the list below!

 

 


Check out all of these lovely crafters that played along in Glenda's challenge:

Allison Fillo http://stampinwhenican.blogspot.com/
Allison Miles http://allistamps.blogspot.com/
Beate Johns http://beate.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/
Belinda Chang Langner http://cadnileb.blogspot.com
Carly Robertson http://carlyrobertson.typepad.com/
Cheiron Brandon http://www.cheironbrandon.typepad.com/
Chris Sather http://cattsscratchingpost.blogspot.com/
Dawn Stein http://www.lavendergiraffe.blogspot.com/
Donna Hitz http://www.frozenstamper.blogspot.com/
Elena Shacochis http://thestampingshac.blogspot.com/
 Jenn Shurkus http://jennshurkus.typepad.com/creative_chick/
Jennie Moczan http://www.simplycaffeinated.typepad.com/
Jill Grace (& family) http://creativegrace.typepad.com/
Joan Jeffery http://www.j-jcreations.blogspot.com/
June Gibbons http://perfectlikeacurl.blogspot.com/
Kamila Younkman http://littlescrapsofheaven.typepad.com/
Krystie Lee Hersch http://www.cupcakemartini.com/
Meghan Fahey http://driventoink.com/
Michelle Clark http://www.sparkledesigns.typepad.com/
Michelle Mathey http://msmathey.blogspot.com/
Michelle Woerner http://stopandstamptheroses.blogspot.com
Nance Lempinen-Leedy http://nanceleedy.blogspot.com/
Sherry Czarnecki http://littlestampsbiglife.blogspot.com/
Silke Ledlow http://silkeledlow.blogspot.com/
Teresa Kline http://www.enjoythevasunshine.blogspot.com
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12 thoughts on “Glenda’s 100th Challenge Post

  1. Great card! I had to show my son too because we are sitting here eating his gumballs from a very similar gumball machine. Even the level of the gumballs and red gumballs is exactly the same 🙂

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