Gold, Cream and White Holidays!!

Good morning/afternoon/evening everyone whereever you are,

This week’s challenge at Color Me Creative Classroom is based on these inspiration photos:






Now isn’t that festive…You should use the colors Gold, Cream and White in your challenge.

Oh you can use a darker color to stamp your image – I was having a terrible blond moment when I stamped my image multiple times in gold, then cream and white. Imagine the lines disappearing on me when I colored and the result has a hideous blob! (I wouldn’t share that picture of the snowman I colored when his eyes disappeared in a blob and I had to draw it in!!) Fortunately, my team mates pulled me out of that rut.

Here is my gold, cream and white card:

This challenge will run till January 6, 2012, through the holidays. So you have plenty of time to enter.

For this Challenge we have LOTS OF PRIZES and a way to donate to a wonderful charity, all sponsored by Suzanne!! (that’s the kind of person she is).


-1 person will win a NEW Provocraft CRICUT MINI machine
-1 person will win a NEW KINDLE E-READER
-1 person will win a $50 Gift Cert. to SCACD
-1 person will win a $25 Gift Cert. to the Paper Temptress
-1 person will win 5 digis from Tiffany Doodles and a $15 Gift Cert to 7 Kids College Fund and a Gilli Gift Bag



4 different ways to enter (head on over to the Color Me Creative Challenge Site to enter)
-Enter up to (2) TWO projects by January 6th
-Enter (1) one project into the BookEndz Challenge
-Donate a $3-5 donation to the Charity for 1 entry
-Donate anything over $10 to the Charity and get 2 entries
Reading is Fundamental is the charity Suzanne has chosen to sponsor this season.  Here is why she has chosen this charity “As you all know I am an avid reader and it amongst my very favorite things to do in my spare time.  I truly believe that literacy and reading opens up many doors in life for everyone.  Not only can you find joy in books but it opens your eyes to other cultures, places and people that is so worthwhile.  And just the fact that a huge part of life involves being able to read–to get through school, get a great job and navigate through life.  For me teaching children to read early on in life is a MUST yet so many children are not provided with the basic materials to learn to read.  So this charity is a non-profit that provides books to children and opportunities to bring literacy into areas that need it!”
Head on over to play – you’re doing a good thing.


  1. Annette A. says:

    wow this card is gorgeous…

  2. Brook says:

    Wonderful card. I love how you stamped the background paper as well. So pretty!