This week’s challenge is going to be so much fun! We can’t wait to see what you create!
This week's challenge is a…
For this weeks challenge you will create a card that uses the above sketch! Feel free to flip it, flop it, twist it or turn it but be sure we can still see the original sketch in your completed project! Oh…and don’t forget to STAMP! Afterall…we don’t call this the STAMPtacular Sunday Challenge for nothing!
You will have from now until midnight (EST) January 19th, 2013 to complete this challenge and post a DIRECT LINK to your submission into our InLinkz in order to be entered into the drawing for this week's fabulous prize donated by:
PRIZE: Winner’s Choice of SEVEN Digi Images!
Here are this week's Design Team submissions:
Founder of Stamptacular!
(Created using “Lilli Claire Tude” by Tiddly Inks)
(Created using “Times To Treasure” by LOTV)
(Created using “Tilda With Big Tulips” by Magnolia)
To enter your submission please add your name and DIRECT LINK URL into InLinkz below! PLEASE do NOT add your name to InLinkz unless you have completed this week’s challenge and posted your submission on your blog or some other online gallery! However, if you’d just like to let us know that you’ve checked out our blog or want to comment on the DT submissions for the week, please feel free to leave us a comment in the comment section of this post. We’d love to hear from you!
IMPORTANT! If for some reason InLinkz does not appear at the end of this challenge post, PLEASE leave us a comment with a direct link to your submission in the comments of this post so you can be entered in the weekly drawing!
HINT: For a DIRECT LINK URL all you need to do is publish your submission on your own blog then click on the title of your post. Once the post is open just copy and paste the http:// address that is in your search engine. This will link your work specifically for THIS challenge and will make it easy for everyone to find it throughout the week no matter how many posts you’ve posted to your blog after your submission. Hope this helps!