Wow!! Where did March go??
We had some fabulous creations submitted in our March Monthly Challenge - thank you to all of you who particpated. We really enjoy looking at your work and seeing your creativity.
We do have a lucky winner to announce today for the March monthly challenge.
The winner is ...
Here's her entry.
Suzanne please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing info no later than Fri., April 13, 2012 and put March Monthly Challenge winner in the Subject Heading. Enjoy the Makin' Waves collection!
Ready for a new MONTHLY CHALLENGE?
We've got a fun one for you this month.
PAPER PIECING CHALLENGE
Here are the details:
- We want to challenge you to use patterned papers & embellishments to create a paper pieced design/project.
- You can use your die-cut machines, hand-drawn images, stamps, punches, etc.
- You must use at least 75% Imaginisce product.
- Upload your entry at the bottom of this post using the link tool.
- Deadline for submissions is April 25th, 2012
The Winning Entry will receive:
an i-top 2.0 tool & accessories!
To help give you some ideas of what this challenge is all about a few of our Design Team gals took this challenge on and have created some amazing projects that we'd like to share with you now.
(Make sure to hop on over to their blogs as well because they often share close-up pictures and more information on how they created their projects.)
Regina created her paper pieced designs using Makin' Waves patterned papers & the Snag 'em stamps.
How fabulous is this dress that Adora designed? What a great way to use the Makin' Waves collection!
Shellye made this wall hanging using her eCraft machine to create the layered house & clouds.
Diana hand-cut and layered the kites using the Snag 'em Stamp (kite) from the Hippity Hop collection. The stamps are a super way to make paper pieced designs with patterned papers.
Abby actually photocopied the sandcastle Snag 'em Stamp and enlarged it to approx. 8" then cut out all the pieces. How fun is this?
Remember to upload your entries using the link tool at the bottom of this post.
(deadline for submissions is April 25th, 2012)