Hello! Hello! Laurel Beard here today bringing you our third MIX IT UP CHALLENGE! Who are we going to mix it up with this time??? I'll tell you in just a sec....
Before I do, let's first congratulate the randomly selected participant from our last Pin-Sights Challenge. Remember, YOU could win a $50 gift certificate to the Ellen Hutson store just by playing along.
And our randomly selected participants is (courtesy of random.org) is: Ardyth. Congratulations! Please email me at laurelbeard at me dot com to claim your prize!
What is the Mix it Up Challenge you ask? It’s a challenge where we invite one manufacturer to contribute a design that combines Essentials by Ellen stamps/dies with their product to inspire our readers!
For our April challenge, we are thrilled to mix it up with AVERY ELLE!!!!!!!!!!!!! I know, right?????? We are honored to have Jamie with us today showcasing some products from both Avery Elle and the Essentials by Ellen line. All the exact supplies are listed at the end of this post for your convenience. Now let's check out the TWO cards Jamie made for us today! Hold onto your boots! It's amazing!
See? Told you! Jamie used both the positive and negative layers of the Folk Heart dies and the gorgeous Avery Elle's Everyday Collection 6x6 pad on each card to create the two stunning cards..... Thank you Jamie for sharing your talent with us today!!!!
Now it's time where we invite YOU to play along in our challenge! ALL CHALLENGE ENTRIES WILL BE PINNED TO OUR ELLEN HUTSON PINTEREST PAGE!! And don't forget about our FLICKR PAGE! You are welcome to tag your projects to the group!
- To qualify, simply combine any Essentials by Ellen product AND Avery Elle product. You can create anything.. A card, scrapbook layout, mixed media, altered art... The works.
- We will select one player randomly to receive a $50 gift certificate to the Ellen Hutson store! WOOT WOOT!
- You have until May 19th to link up your projects below. You will find the link up at the end of this post. The winner will be announced on May 21st.