Sketch FUN Challenge

Zoe October 27, 2010 2

Hi Everyone,

We’re back with another fun challenge! The fun challenge is where we all let our hair down and have some fun and this week we are playing with a sketch I put together for you as well and to follow on from the distressing technique challenge we would like you to make it a bit vintage!

During the FUN challenges the WHOLE team is here to show you what they’ve been up to and I must say (although slightly biased I am sure) the ladies have rocked this challenge!

Each time a project would come rolling in I was in awe. ๐Ÿ™‚ I think I mentioned to them that I felt like a ‘proud rooster strutting around’ hahaha

I really love the diversity of ideas this team brings together for you and I hope each of you find some inspiration amongst these examples!

Firstly I would like to introduce you to the four lovely new team members who will be joining us each FUN challenge!

Annika

Annika incorporated the ‘FREE’ Zombie with the ‘Aussie Outcack Shack Digis
I just love all the texture she added to this layout.

Barbara

Barbara combined the FREE Christmas Elves with the Mushroom house
The bold colours are fabulous and I would never have imagined combining these two images!

Beccy

Beccy showed us how versatile these images can be and created a Christmas card using the ‘Slimy House
A fabulous idea to add glitter to the Slimy House roof. It’s gorgeous.

Sheila

Sheila wowed us with her gorgeous colouring on the ‘Fairy Tree House

Lydia

Lydia is back again for the fun challenge and combined the ‘FREE’ Zombie with the ‘Crooked Picket Fence
How cool is that charm hanger! I’m definitely using that one!

Jill

Jill created this great scene combining the ‘Wonky House on Hill‘ with the Crooked Picket Fence
Jill also told me that the Copic Xpress Paper works well with Pro Markers too!

And now on to the fab techniquers..ย  hahaha I only just came up with that one (add that word to the dictionary!)

Carisa

Carisa used the ‘Eerie Scene‘ digi (Check out that embossed moon!)

Leah

Leah created a scene using the ‘Crooked Picket Fence
I just LOVE the embellies and check out the dictionary text!

Mag

Mag created a scene with the ‘Eerie Scene‘ Digi and she used the pumpkin charm from the Halloween charms set. I just love the effect on the moon!

Maria

Maria combined the ‘Open Window‘ digi with a gorgeous Tilda. I just love all the distressed papers.

Sandy

Sandy created a gorgeous card using the new ‘Gingerbread House‘. I just love the colours she used.

How diverse is that?? There’s something here for everyone I think! ๐Ÿ™‚

So to remind you of the challenge…

Here’s the Sketch

And try and something vintage!

What could you win???

Well you may have noticed that I have just launched RUBBER!!

The winner of this challenge will receive one each of the rubber Santa’s and their sentiments!!

The 2 Toppers will each receive a surprise that I will update after the weekend. ๐Ÿ™‚

Challenge Requirements!

The challenge is: Sketch with vintage theme

Entries close 9th November

Please make sure that your entry is NEW and you have followed the sketch

Please link to this challenge page in your post (your entry will be removed if I see no link)

TWO entries MAX! Any additional entries will be removed.

You are welcome to combine with other challenges

For those who do not have a blog I recommend joining our Learning Community where you can upload your entry to the gallery and then link to the page from here to enter.

Thanks for dropping by and we can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Happy crafting

Hugs

Zoe xxoo

2 Comments »

  1. Tricia October 27, 2010 at 11:53 pm - Reply

    These creations are absolutely awe-inspiring, ladies!! I’ve been following the challenges (they’ve been terrific), but haven’t been able to get myself organized enough to play along.
    ๐Ÿ™ Hoping this might be my week!

  2. Sandy November 2, 2010 at 3:53 am - Reply

    This Design Teams ROCKS! What a great assortment of styles and colors and techniques, truly amazing. What a wonderful team you have put together, Zoe. I am blessed to be a part of it.

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