Welcome back to the
'Fantasy Stampers Challenge'.
Just a reminder if you are new to our challenge -
your project doesn't have to be
of a 'Fantasy' nature.
First of all, 'Thank You' to those of you that joined our last challenge 'At the Beach' - we had some great entries.
PLEASE REMEMBER that we are a stamping challenge, so unfortunately we are unable to consider digital images for our Top 3. Please don't forget to pop back tomorrow to check out our 'Winner's Post'.
Just to let you know we are always on the lookout for Guest Designers to join us for our 'Midway Motivation' posts on the alternate Saturdays to the challenge. This opportunity will require you to make two projects on two different themes and would give you the chance to experience being on a design team, without all the extra commitment. If you are interested in being a 'Guest Designer' please add GDT after your entry below.
So, here we go with Challenge No.70 - our theme for the next two weeks
So, we can't wait to see your lovely colourful projects ...
BUT please remember, we are a STAMPING challenge so your project must include stamping as a focal point and please state clearly which stamp/stamps you used in your blog post (NO digital images please).
Here's what the Design Team made for your inspiration ...
Stamp - Stampin' Up 'Flower Shop & Petite Petals'
Stamp - DoCrafts 'Build a Sunflower'
Stamp - Stamps by Chloe 'Sunflower'
Stamp - Leonie Pujol 'Everlasting Love'
Stamp - Impression Obsession 'WP639 Sunflower'
Stamp - Visible Image 'Butterfly Inkognito',
'Ink Splats' and 'Thank You'
Stunning work from the DT once again
- thank you ladies.
And 'Thank You' to those of you leaving comments
about our DT projects - they are very much appreciated.
Now it's over to you - to submit your entry just click on the little blue button below and remember to link your entry back to our blog. We will be around to visit your blogs over the next fortnight and I will be back with details of our next challenge on the 10th September.
Wishing you all lots of luck,
Big hugz, Jan xx