Use the colors or the pattern from this Pottery Barn image….anything that will inspire you to create your card.

I can’t wait to see what you come up with.

Check out the cards made by the Inspiration Challenge Team:

Charmaine Ikach

Danielle Lounds

Dawn McVey

Jennifer Buck

Silke Ledlow

Susan Roberts

If you upload your image to your splitcoast gallery, don’t forget to add BIC21 in the keyword section. That way your card will appear in this search: SCS Submissions


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

15 Responses to “Be Inspired Challenge #21”

  1. Ooh, I am loving the autumn colors in this one! I hope to play after work today. 🙂

    What a great inspiration piece, there are so many places to go from it, if only there were more time.
    Thanks, Beate. Hope the weather stays not too bad your way.

  3. …die Karten von den “Mädels” sind wunderschön geworden!

  4. Thanks for another great challenge. I am really falling in love with the new in-color “Kiwi Kiss” I also got to use a few forgotten stamps.
    Hugs and Happy Stampin’

  5. Your inspiration challenges are amazing. They motivate me to create something different. Check it out! Thanks so much for your time!

  6. Such beautiful warm colors! Pretty card!

  7. Yay…I had a chance to play! Thanks for the challenge, Beate!!

  8. Yippee!!! I had time to play again this week…gotta love that!
    I’ve loaded mine to SCS and will do my blog tomorrow! Thanks!

  9. Beate, what a FUN challenge! I looked at the stack of books along the left side of the table, and this card popped into my head right away.

    TFL & Hugs!

  10. Thanks for another great challenge- great colours in this.
    Here’s mine:

  11. 2nd one for the weekend. Thanks for the inspiration – I loved this pic. ~Maria

  12. Ok so after a lot of work or at least trying to work. Here is my card

  13. I’m a little late in getting my card posted, but here it is:

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