Saturday, March 28, 2015

Imagine That! Monthly Progressive Challenge

I had to take a bit of a hiatus from the Monthly Progressive Challenge at Imagine That! digis by Kris due to our move, husband's unexpected surgery and other issues. But I'm back . . . and a what a great time to re-enter the challenge because Kris offered the colored digis for free !

I love the bright pinks, greens and blues in the peacock.  And I just happened to have cardstock in those same colors that accent the card.  I also snagged the beautiful DSP for free from Kris.  I used the Flourish Pink DSP, although I lightened it a bit.  And I used Peacock Spread from the Pretty Peacocks digital set (see below).

There are still a few days remaining to play along in the monthly challenge. Check out Kris' blog (click on the name or image below) to find out how you can get this month's image (flowers and peacocks) for free. Then create your card/project and you'll get another set for free to use next month . . . and so on and so on.

BTW, I also used the beautiful, bright pink flowers on another project that I'll share on Monday.


  1. Very cute with all the pink and hint of green Heather :) Good to see you back in the challenges!! OOoo, great verse you have under your profile to the left there, (Ecc. 3:22) I like that one!! We just returned from several days at a resort with the fam - lots of fun, not real relaxing - I think we exercised more on vacation than in the past few months here at home, LOL - but good to be back into my hobby groove. :) xx

  2. The colours are so great on this, Heather! Perfect way to show off the pretty peacock. (Hmm, suppose that should be handsome...)

  3. Beautiful love that you made a birthday card out of it. Great coloring too. Lovely colors!
    Thanks for joining us this month at Imagine That by Kris.
    Lynne DT

  4. Beautiful card!!! Thanks so much for participating in our IMAGINE THAT! monthly challenge!! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!
    A Little Bit O' Paper


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