Faber-Castell week! Day 4

We have another special treat for you this week as we are teaming up with our friends at Faber-Castell! Make sure to check out both of our blogs! We will also have a giveaway at the end of our week. We will choose our winners from comments on both blogs throughout the week!
 Yainea‘s recipe book is a brilliant idea! This would make a cute gift! She dyed her ribbon with a Gelato and water, then she used an Artist Pen to draw the border on her baking tray and colored her Sweet Christmas cookies with Gelatos. She also used Smitty’s ABCs and Fa-La-La papers!
 Lynnette used Artist Pens to color in her cute ornaments. This looks fantastic on shimmery card stock like this! Those pens are great for coloring in small details. The small ornaments in Ornate Ornaments are perfect for adorable mini cards!

Yainea inked her stamps with Faber-Castell pens and colored them in with pencils and water. I love the silver and gold for Christmas! She used stars from Sweet Christmas and Hoppy Halloween. The sentiment is from Bows and Holly.

Don’t forget to head on over to the Faber-Castell blog to check out what they have today!
Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,


67 thoughts on “Faber-Castell week! Day 4

  1. What a great combo you have made with F-C. I LOVE their products! The Gelatos are fun to experiment with. And I love the Big Brush Markers. I love that they are permanent. Your cards are just adorable as usual.

  2. How Fun!! Love the cookie tray/cookies, ornaments and stars. All great icons of Christmas. Thanks so much for these fun inspirations as we are all crunching the clock to get stuff done. It's just nice to have some eye candy amidst the busy bustle before Christmas.

  3. I Looooooooooooooovvvvvvvvvvveeeeeeeee the cookies. so cute!! I have been wanting to make my sons a book of favorite Christmas cookie recipes and this would be great to do on the book. Love it!! the cards are great too. I think this is my favorite post for this daily blog hop of Lawn Fawn and Faber-Castell. so fun.

  4. I am glad you enjoyed this. Infact, to digress a bit, I'm particularly happy to have visited the hometowns of Mandela, Sisilu and Biko all in the Eastern Cape and it seems to me as though there are many great leaders from this province. Anyway, I commend you for talking about Biko instead of the other 'big' names although I must say that Biko's has not faded out of South Africa's political history. He is studied in schools at various levels. I am doing a personal research on some of this leaders and would be posting some pictures on my blog too. Thanks for this review.
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