Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Ellen Hutson Mix It Up Challenge

This is my first time participating in an Ellen Hutson Mix It Up Challenge. The few stamps I have never worked for one until now.  This is the photo inspiration.
I love all the bright colors and happened to have an inked panel in my stash that I thought would work perfectly.
I recently got the Rustic Botanicals and stamped them in Black Soot DOX ink to go with the DOX background.  The sentiment is from the Lovely set.

I can't remember a time when the weather has been so cold.  The temperature was -4 this morning with a wind chill of -15.  The sun is shining so that's a good thing but it is still only 7 out.  It promises to be more of the same tomorrow and I have a number of errands to run.  I'll be bundled up like the Michelin man. ;)

Thanks for dropping by.  Your visits and comments make me feel warm.


  1. Your sunny floral card is a breath of fresh air...warm these frosty cold temps! Very pretty Bobby!

  2. Pretty card, and I love the color-changing background. Stay warm, stay healthy!

  3. Gotta love those Oxides. I need to pull mine out again. My Mojo is absent as of late. You have inspired me here, love the silhouetted images against all that bright color. Awesome card!!!

  4. Glad you found a fun place to use that beautiful background, Bobby! A wonderful card, and I can totally tell where your inspiration comes from ... stay warm!

  5. WOW...Bobby, your background is amazing... I have to pull out the new DOX inks I just got and play with them. Your blending is flawless!

  6. Oh my, what a gorgeous blended background, Bobby ... love those bold rustic botanicals against it ... so striking! Stay warm in all that chill! Hugs, Anita :)

  7. such a lovely card Bobby...just what I need to see on such a snowy day!
    It is -25 C with the wind chill here this morning in Ontario, Canada. We are in a deep freeze, my DH wants to move! lol
    Hope you had a Merry Christmas...looking forward to being inspired in the New Year.
    xx Karen

    1. My husband wants to move too, Karen. And we may.