Sunday, March 3, 2013

Y&FH Challenge #11

Happy Sunday everyone!!

We have a new challenge up on the Yumi and Fumi Handmade blog today.  It's a wonderful sketch created by Kim Yu

Pretty yea?!  Love all the different elements going on here and all the different ideas that go through my head.  Make sure to stop by Rosemary's blog today as she's also sharing her project using the sketch.  Here's what I came up with...

Definitely opposite of the sketch but all the elements are there.  This is Chasezilla from the Kigurumi Kids series.  He's so cute and pretty versatile.  I chose the papers, from My Minds Eye and then colored him up to match.  The sentiment was handwritten and I had a lot of fun creating the star badge.  Used Spellbinders, a circle & star punches.  Instead of real stitching I created fake stitching with a blue pen.  Want to see the prize package we've come up with for the winner?

Pretty nice yea?  Our resident bunny thinks so.  hehehe...   Feel free to share the badge on your blog with a link back to the Yumi & Fumi Handmade challenge post so everyone knows you're playing with us and maybe they'll follow you too.  The challenge ends on Friday, March 15th at noon pst.

Alrighty friends, hope to see you playing with us and if you'd like to visit us on Facebook or Pinterest head on over to the Yumi & Fumi Handmade blog where you will find links to both of our pages.  Before I sign off, have you been by the Designed to Color blog this weekend?  They are celebrating their 1 year anniversary with an awesome celebration.  Their first crafty challenge is being sponsored by Yumi & Fumi Handmade, so please check it out to get all the details on how you can possibly win 4 stamps of your choice.  There are also other amazing prizes being given away by other Crafty/Stamp companies that you don't want to miss.  Click HERE to head on over.

Mahalo for stopping by!  I hope to see you all playing along and spreading some Yumi & Fumi love. 


cebelica said...

He he, the image you used on your card made me giggle. :) Beautiful colours and great take on the sketch! Hugs! xx

Rachel Parys said...

What a fun sketch, it's so different! Great boy card too, I could definitely use more boy cards in my stock!