Thursday, June 3, 2010

This week's challenge is Acrylic, Transparencies, and Vellum

You can use any one of these clear accent this week, you don't have to use all three! Entries can be submitted thru June 5th at 5 pm ET.

For the month of June we are proud to be sponsored by Squigglefly. Each week the Grand Prize Winner will receive three digis of their choice.

Today is the last day to enter any of our sketches for May and our May Monthly Bonus Challenge. Both challenges will have randomly drawn prizes and don't have tons of entries, so if you have time to get something in your chances to win are great! You can find the sketches throughout the blog and the Monthly Bonus Challenge is available in the sidebar.

10 comments:

Barbara said...

Wow! what a challenge! It was fun, thank you for letting me participate!

Kelly said...

I happened to make a door hanger yesterday with clear plastic! Thanks for the opportunity.

DoubleClick Connections said...

Thanks for the challenge!

suzARTe said...

thanks for yet another great challenge :)

The Paper Princess said...

Thanks for a great challenge - this is my first time playing!

Ramona
http://create-with-joy.blogspot.com

Angela K said...

Just found this blog, what fun challenges!

Stacy said...

I made this layout yesterday and made sure to add some vellum on it so that I could enter it into this awesome challenge! http://scrapwithstacy.blogspot.com/2010/06/all-that-and-then-some.html Thanks again for all the inspiration!!

Monica said...

I just stumbled on this challenge after having just finished a page with clear acrylic dots. Thanks for letting me play along!

http://scraplifters.blogspot.com/2010/06/fall-flurries.html

GaMtnScrap said...

Here's my entry. I made a baby card for my neighbor and I used some transparencies on the front. Thanks for the challenge!

http://mycreativetidbits.blogspot.com/2010/06/hi-again-thought-id-share-few-more.html

BrennenB said...

I've been keeping up with the blog for awhile but this is my first challenge entry. Hope to make it a regular occurrence. Thanks for offering the great challenges.