Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Challenge #77 ~ A Sketch

Good Morning!

We have a new Die Cuttin' Diva challenge this week and we sure hope you will share your card, layout, or altered project.

The Challenge... A Sketch with a Twist
The Twist...Since August 5th was National Kid Day add a child's theme to your project.

National KidsDay was created in 1994 by KidsPeace, a 130-year-old national children's charity, to encourage adults to spend more meaningful time with their children

Here are the Design Team's projects...
Spellbinders ~ Wonky Rectangles

Simply Charmed

~ Gerda ~
A Child's Year Cricut cartridge

Accent Essentials

Lie's a Party Cricut cartridge

A Child's Year Cricut cartridge

Everyday Paperdolls

~ Suzanne ~ 
Locker Room Cricut cartridge

Hello Kitty Greetings Cricut cartridge

This week's fabulous sponsor is:

$25 gift certificate

The Winner of Last Week's Challenge...
(using Random.org)
~ Carla Predinger ~
Please contact Pat (panoppen at comcast dot net), so she can forward your information to last week's sponsor.

Thank you for being patient this week!

Remember...You will have one week to plan, create, and submit your project. The winner will be announced next Tuesday. Please remember to include which die-cut you used and a link back to our site.

We are looking foward to all those projects that you create this week.


shelly said...

great dt cards and a fun sketch thanks for the challenge :)

Cre8tiveVet said...

Hello Ladies! I am back in the blog world. My computer died in April and then my husband and I moved. Now that we are settled in with a new crafting room and computer I can get back to playing. Hope you are all well. -Yvette
cre8tivegirls at yahoo.com


Great new challenge!
And... I'm, so happy for being the winner on the #76 ones!

sarah said...

great job to all the lady's!!!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Great DT! Nice sketch!

Gita said...

oops. I just realized I didn't use a die-cut. :-( I meant too and forgot. Oh well....next time. Sorry. I'm tired....worked two mid shifts in a row with a few hours sleep.