Challenge 16 | Fab Five and a Winner!!
Challnge 17 | Get Fired Up!

Challenge 17 | Get Fired Up!

 Are you all ready for the 4th of July?  I love this holiday, simply because I am usually enjoying family time.  But also being someone who loves history, I love what this day represents for our country. 




Our challenge calls for you to use the 4th of July as your inspiration.  Use the Red, White and Blue color combo, sparkles or a Patriotic Theme and create a NEW project for this challenge. 

Please review our challenge GUIDELINES HERE as some of them have changed. 


This week, we are joined by Joyce over at Cards by the Sea.  She was our winner in a previous challenge!!  Welcome Joyce!! 


You can join us here as well - play along and one of you will win the chance to play in a future challenge!! 



Check out what our Mod Squad Team has done for this challenge.   

Debbie Mageed


Katy McGloin

Katy 17

Neva Cole

Neva 17

Claire Grantham


Christine Traversa

Christine 17

Jane Knudsen



And now, it's your turn:

•We now require the use of stamps older than one year.
•Follow the challenge given for the time period.
•Create a new creation to your blog or online gallery. (No backlinking.) If you use an online gallery, please use the Keyword RRBC17.  Please turn off Word Verification. 
•Link back to the blog using the InLinkz by July 3rd  
•Enter as many times as you like.
Link up your creations for our challenge - 4th of July



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Congratulations to Joyce for the Guest Design spot! Her card and all the cards from the Team are so sparkly and perfectly festive for celebrating the 4th!! Hugs, Darnell

Christine Traversa

Congrats, Joyce! Love your card!

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