Saturday, October 8, 2011

Simply Crafts October Challenge

Hi all my bloggy friends! My good friend, Pam of Simply Pam, has started a challenge blog with her good friend, Glora of Glora's Crafts. Their new challenge blog is called SIMPLY CRAFTS.   Here is what they have posted for the Guidelines for their challenges:
  • Starts first Wednesday of the month and lasts for two weeks
  • Use the specific cut that is being challenged.  If you don't have that cartridge you can use a similar cut from another cartridge.
  • Must be a new project for this challenge.
  • Become a follower of their challenge blog
  • Have Fun!
Here is my card for this challenge:
#273
The first challenge is the cut from Paper Doll Dress Up on page 49 - the SHIFT image...


They are having a GREAT giveaway for this challenge:
  • 15 yards of the orange and black Trendy Twine
  • the Skeleton Scroll Cuttlebug Embossing folder
  • some Halloween colored brads by SEI

Pop over and enter their brand new challenge!  Who knows.... you may win!  Challenge is open until October 18th @ 11:59pm MT.  Have a spooky kind of day!

I am also entering this card into the ANYTHING GOES challenge blog Ch# 51 Die cuts / Punches or Both.

This is also my entry for JOYFUL STAMPERS INSPIRE ME FRIDAYS! (I just love this about her blog.)
Boo!  :) Janis

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your card is sooooo cute... I love it.

Glora said...

Janis, thanks so much for sharing this challenge. Your 3 little monsters are SO flippin' cute with their fun little googly eyes! I can't get over them, and I love that you cut 3 of them in different sizes. Thanks for joining in our first Simply Crafts Challenge! Hugs- Glora

Carol said...

Very cute card!

Nisson Family said...

I love it! It is so super cute and I love the different sizes of the 3 of them. Thanks so much Janis for participating in the challenge and for sharing the challenge w/ others.

Hugs!!!
Pam
Simply-Pam.blogspot.com
Simply-Crafts.blogspot.com

Sherrie K. said...

Aaaw, this is stinken adorable! Love the 3 sizes and their cute little faces. Love it!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com