Path of Positivity challenge #10 - Generosity

It is the first week of the year and a first for me as a guest designer over at Path of Positivity Challenges!  The intent of this blog is to bring some positive "conversation" and "creations" to the blogging world through challenge blog themes.

This month the theme is "Generosity"

Coming right off from the holidays, I am sure we have lots of inspiration from the Generosity given and received. It is easy to be generous during the month of December as everyone seems to also be in the giving mode. But it is important to be generous throughout the year. Generosity is a quality, like honesty and patience. It comes in all forms, not just a monetary. It is a quality of being kind, understanding and not selfish, something we can offer all year long.

The guest sponsor for the first half of the month is Digistamps 4Joy  DS4J

Vase of Hearts











The image I chose to work with is Vase of Hearts, but she has some other wonderful images that would work perfect for Valentine's Day!

Here is what I came up with:



I love this quote because it is so true. If we all did something generous daily, imagine the impact we could make. It is simple, but says a lot.



**January Prizes**

  • Ten digital images from Creative Bug Digitals for the person out of the top seven who receives the most votes during the voting week
  • Three digital images from Ike's World for the post or project that the DT deems most inspiring of the bunch
  • A prize of an FIVE images from DigiStamps4Joy, our guest sponsor this month, for a person chosen in a random draw based on all entrants
  • One digital designer paper from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles for one lucky voter who leaves a comment
  • One digital sentiment for every single person who enters the challenge from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles as well.
And custom Badges for the Top Seven!

Here is what I used on my card:

  • White Card stock for base of card
  • Light blue floral paper from my stash
  • Blue paper which I distressed with my sandpaper
  • Blue checkered Paper from stash to make banner
  • Used my scallop punch to make edging for banner
  • Red twine from Recollections
  • Button from my button jar
  • Artist's Loft pencils and Gamsol blending solution to color image
So put on your creativity cap and show us your interpretation of generosity. Can't wait to see your posts.


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Comments

  1. Beautiful!! LOVING the hearts!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Wonderful card, Monica, and fabulous colors. I especially like the sentiment, and the way you have cut it out. Congratulations on your GTD over at PoP! hugs, de

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  3. What a lovely card. Thanks for joining us at Robyn's Fetish Challenges.

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  4. Such a nice card. Really like the digi you've chosen. Thanks for sharing it with us at Robyn's Fetish Challenge.
    Laurence DT

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  5. Your project is awesome with so many great details! Thanks for sharing your talent with us in the Love to Scrap! Challenge Blog's Anything Goes challenge!
    Hugs,
    Leslie, DT
    http://leslieturner58.blogspot.com

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  6. Hey Monica,

    I am so happy that you had the opportunity to be a guest over on our Path of Positivity during the month of January. Your card was a beautiful example of how important generosity is. As is what you had to say. Of course it is easy to be generous at Christmas but to be generous all year long is something everyone should strive for. Also as you say, it isn't just about money, there are so many ways to be generous including volunteering our time which you have done for this challenge.

    Your card itself turned out just lovely. I really like the bluesy feel going on and that you left your banner sticking out over the edge. Gives it an even more interesting look. Great GDT entry!

    Hugs,
    Lisa

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