It’s that time of the month again at Make it Crafty and it’s my turn to host the challenge and look after you for the next couple of weeks. 🙂
Now, could you imagine me doing something other than challenging you to make something that MOVES? heehee
I have created a group in the Learning Community called Make it Move where you will be able to come and ask for help or bounce ideas.
I have also designed a step by step guide showing how I made my card below which I have called a ‘Sliding Pop Up Easel card“.
ALL PROJECTS ADDED TO THIS CHALLENGE WILL RECEIVE
GENUINE CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK ON THE TECHNIQUE.
This means that you may receive feedback that you were not expecting or even wanting to read.
The designers will try their best to offer their suggestions in a respectable understanding manner.
Let’s get Inspired!!
I am very excited to have one of my super gorgeous crafty friends play along with us this challenge. We have been friends from early on when I started this blog and I asked if she would play with my new 3D Wishing Well Kit and tell me what she thought of it.
How GORGEOUS is this creation? For more details and gorgeous close ups jump over to Kylie’s blog.
This is the Sliding Pop Up Easel card I made for the tutorial
I didn’t go overboard with embellishments as I wanted to keep it simple and show the functionality. But as you can imagine you can have a lot of fun with this.
I used the new ‘Sandstone Citadel‘ and ‘Lily Pads’
Beccy must have done an all nighter as I was very late with my tutorial (slaps wrist)
and she managed to follow the instructions and create this fabulous card
Mag created this gorgeous pop up card
Carisa created this unique flip open pocket card.
Sandy created this stunning Christmas card where the front can be spun around and the snow flake pops open when you open the card
Sandy incorporate ‘Cheery Santa‘
Barbara created a spinning style card too. When you open the card the centre front image will flip into place as well as the characters pop up!
Barbara incorporate the new ‘Sandstone Citadel‘
For all the details on how the creative team made their projects this week, please visit their individual blogs.
And of course we need some prizes don’t we!!
Being a technique challenge there will be a few prizes up for grabs!
I am very excited to be offering an…
To be eligible for the encouragement award you must be a member of the ‘Make it Move’ group in the learning centre and have requested assistance in learning the technique. I hope that this will encourage those of you who are umming and ahhing about whether you should ask for advice. 🙂
- The winner will receive my 3D Wishing Well Kit plus a special ‘I learnt it’ badge.
I am also going to have a ‘Zoe’s Pick’ award
These will be designs that grab my attention for one reason or another. It could be that I find it very appealing to my eye or it could be because you wrote about your experience in learning about the technique and I thought the result was fantastic.
- Winner will receive my 3D Wishing Well Kit & 2 digi stamps of their choice plus an ‘I won it’ badge
- An additional top 2 who will each receive 1 digi stamp of their choice plus an ‘I topped it’ badge
Last things to remember before entering
IMPORTANT BEFORE ENTERING: If you do not want to receive feedback that you may not particularly like. DO NOT ENTER!
- All projects must be new and have something that MOVES
- A maximum of TWOentries are allowed (additional entries will not be eligible to win a prize)
- You must link back to this blog and mention us in your post if you are entering via your blog.
- You can enter as many other challenges as you like.
- You can use any stamps you like – you do not have to use Make it Crafty digi stamps
- Be prepared to receive constructive feedback on your work – If you do not want to link directly to your blog (for feedback) you can upload your project to the Learning Community Gallery and copy and paste the link to your uploaded photo.
- Submissions end November 23rd at 11:59 AEST (Australian time)
I am really looking forward to see where your creativity takes you for this challenge.
Remember if you would like any help along the way or want to bounce ideas jump on over to the Learning Community.