Wow!!! What a fabulous July - so many wonderful submissions
for our July Challenge.
Thank you everyone!! We love going through each & every one of them & it was so fun to see everyone's version of a sun. It just makes it so difficult when picking a winner though.
Our July Monthly Challenge winner is ...
Here's her winning layout.
Congratulations Mary Pat!!!
To claim your prize:
Please email us at email@example.com with your mailing info no later than
Fri., August 10th, 2012 and put "July Monthly Challenge Winner" in the Subject Heading.
Please include your top 2 choices from our most current collections.
Now on to our new challenge.
We hope you're ready because we want to see a lot of our followers and readers participate in this challenge.
AUGUST MONTHLY CHALLENGE
Create a layout, card or other project using the Inspiration below and ....
- 3 different Imaginisce patterned papers
- 2 sticker-type Imaginisce embellishments
- use an Imaginisce tool on your project
- must use at least 75% Imaginisce product on your entry
- upload submission using the link tool at the bottom of this post
- deadline is August 25th, 2012
One lucky winner will be chosen from the entries submitted to win a CutBright LED Rotary Cutter , the CutRight 6x12 Acrylic Ruler and a 14x14 i-mat.
Now let's take a look and see what our Design Team created for this challenge.
Adora created this super fun card and used the i-top punch to create the 'pom-pom' on the party hat and as an embellishment backer for one of the Sticker Stackers.
"I really look forward to long summer days. The picture of the berries reminded me of summer and some of the yummy things that come along with it. It inspired me to create something that I enjoy about summer. I love family time and spending time with the ones I love. My little niece Abbi is a joy to be around and these cute pictures remind me of the good things summer has to offer."
Guiseppa used her i-top tool to create the center brads for her floral embellishments.
Rebecca used THREE different Makin' Waves patterned papers, a chipboard sticker, a Stacked journaling sticker and the i-rock tool to create this super fun layout. The tilted bowl of berries inspired her to tilt her photos on her layout and all of the white was inspired by the whipped cream!
I purchased this cute splattered tin bucket from the $1 bin and embellished the top with I-top punches. The large Santa die-cut was simply glued to the handle. A quick and easy little gift and fun for children to help with as well.
Have fun creating.
We can't wait to see what you create for this challenge!
Submissions are due August 25th!