WELCOME to Challenge #46 - Let the Troubles Begin!
"SomeThing, AnyThing, EveryThing"
says, "It's time again to grab your bone folder and stuff, and create something new. We think this is easier than folding a fitted sheet! It's time to use 'stuff' you have in your stash (new and/or old)."
You can stop here...
OR, you can choose to include Twisted Sister's Optional Twist below to earn additional chances at our random draw.
THING 3: Twisted Sister
says, "Out with the old, In with the NEW: Use that new crafting item you found under the tree or in your stocking or create a project about something new - New Year, new baby, etc.
This is an OPTIONAL TWIST but you will be awarded an additional chance in Double Trouble's random draw if you include either of these twists in your project.
THING 2: Double Troubledares you to multiply the fun and link up your project with any of our previous partner(s) listed below for extra chances to our Random Draw. Make sure you read their guidelines carefully and observe their dates. We don't want you to get into Trouble with them.
This means: each time you link to a previous partner with the same card, you gain an additional chance for each partner challenge you entered. Please make sure you identify them in your blog along with our Double Trouble link.
And Crazy Cousin (that's me) says: "Here's a link to the list!"
Charming Cascades stamp set
Teen Spirit Girl Epic Buttons paper (Echo Park)
Color Kaleidoscope Look Up paper (American Crafts)
Glitter paper (Recollections)
Lagoon, Canary & Gypsy cardstock
Raspberry, Gypsy & Lagoon ink
White gel pen (Sakura)
Teen Spirit Girl Ephemera (Echo Park)
Teen Spirit Girl Frames & Tags (Echo Park)
Canary baker's twine
DE Flower Garden chipboard
DE Hearts chipboard
Tab & large flower chipboard (source unknown)
Stargazer enamel dots
Cricut Artbooking cartridge: photo mat, chevron arrow
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge: 3, dragonfly
Pattern: Sketches in Thyme #402
Crafter's Cafe #233 I Spy Something Beginning with C (chipboard, chevrons, Canary cardstock, circle emojis & enamel dots); Bitten By the Bug Use a Number; The Library Challenge #49 - Anthology (I chose the book Absolute Beginners because I loved the blue and yellow on the cover and thought it would be a great color scheme for this photo, plus my daughter was beginning 3rd grade!)