Wednesday, 5 December 2012

CHALLENGE #56 - Baby it's COLD outside

This is a "recipe challenge" - please make sure you READ below.

With winter already being felt in the Northern hemisphere, it's time to  make those COLD creations!

 We want you to make a card with the theme
but you must use the following "recipe"
1 image, 2 patterned papers, and three snowflakes. 

Challenge runs from 5-18 December 2012
My talented Design Team "A" have produced some wonderful cards, 

So enter your paper projects (maximum 3 entries per person, each from a separate blog post) in Mr Linky below, and let us all share in your wonderful thoughts! The randomly drawn winner will win THREE images of your choice from the store, and 2 runners up 1 image each.  
Of course, if you use a Digistamps4Joy image, you could win the big prize of $10 of images, and could be chosen as our Guest Designer!

Please remember to link your POST and not your blog to the Link tool below.
Also, you must create a link on your blog back to this challenge post!
(The challenge rules are in the side bar)

A special request
As this is a child-friendly blog, we will appreciate it if you do not post scary or demonic entries.


Desire Fourie said...

Beautiful creations once again by the Design Team. Girls you rock!
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Amanda said...

Such gorgeous Cards, ladies!

Hugs Amanda

Pam said...

Awesome cards. Great interpretion of the recipe

Craftyhugs said...

Absolutely stunning DT cards. Nice job ladies! Hugs xx

ursula Uphof said...

Gorgeous card everyone. The blog looks awesome.

Lady Bug Stampers said...

All the DT cards are so beautiful!!

Charlene said...

Fabulous creations all of the different ideas.

aussie aNNie said...

These creations are just wonderful, each one has done something different in their own ways and the images are super cute...thanks for the challenge..luv annie xx

Angela B. said...

Adore them all! Can't wait to see what everyone else creates!

Wendy said...

Great DT samples. Thank you for the "recipe" challenge!