Challenge 81 | Sketchy Business!
February 27, 2018
We are feeling a bit sketchy for this challenge! The lovely Claire Grantham has created a fun sketch that you can run wild with!! Stretch your imagination and see what you can do with your old stamps! Be sure to give it a try and join us!!
Remember to use a stamp older than a year and you must include the age (or approximate age) of the stamp in your blog post. After all – we want to give these old stamps some love!
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Be sure to play along with us! This challenge ends March 9, 2018.
We are excited to welcome Maja as our guest designer for this challenge! Maja (who goes by Ma-Mi) has been crafting since she was a young girl. Her blog is called Rilcek in Kljuncek. Ma-Mi's blog is a treasure trove of craftiness - she uses many stamping styles to create beautiful cards! Be sure to visit and leave her some love!
Enjoy the inspiration of the design team!
- We require stamps older than one year. If we feel you are using newer stamps, you may be disqualified from the challenge without notification.
- New papers/dies are OK – but you must use at least one stamp older than a year and describe the age in your blog post.
- Please note that all challenges require the use of at least one stamp older than a year.
- Post your new creation to your blog or online gallery. Use keyword RRCB81. No backlinking.
- Link back to the blog using the InLinkz by the due date.
- Enter as many times as you like.
- Feel free to combine our challenge with a maximum of 10 challenges. Entries linked to more than 10 challenges will be disqualified without notification.
- If your project is posted on a private group site such as Split Coast Stampers or a photo sharing site not all DT members may be able to comment. Thank you for understanding.
- Turn off Word Verification. We love to comment but word verification can make that difficult.