Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Challenge #51 ~ Anything Goes

Happy Wednesday creative followers!

A couple of quick things before we get started as normal.

#1 - We have one of our former DT members back with us for the whole month! We are very excited for Becca to be our GDT this month. Please stop by her blog and show her some love. 


#2 - It is about that time where I should be hosting a DT call, however only 1 of my DT members left, so I'm just going to stick with a smaller team until June 2016. That's when I will host the next DT call! I hope you will continue playing with us!


#3 - Since the holidays are a crazy time for everyone, we will be hosting an ANYTHING GOES CHALLENGE every week for the whole month of December. PLUS you'll want to stop by on the last Wednesday of December as we have EIGHT (8) sponsors plus a blog hop to celebrate our Blogiversary! Don't miss it!


The winner for Challenge #50 - Eureka Stamps prize is:
#65 - Deonna B. from For The Love of Cardmaking


Congratulations on your win! Please use the Contact Me button at the top and let me know you've won! You have a week to claim your prizes.


THIS WEEKS TOP FIVE:

 #5 - Ann-Marie

 #35 - Ellen

 #45 - Karen

 #105 - Shawna

 #108 - Natalie

Congratulations!! Here's your PERSONALIZED  TOP FIVE badges, you may display on your blog.







Now on to the challenge:

This week the challenge is Anything Goes!

Our sponsor this week is:

Bugaboo Stamps
Prize: 7 Digital Images



Using: Calendar JJ - January
Amy



Using: Silhouette Butterfly Flowers
Becca 



Using: Ladybug Fairy
Erika





 Using: Silhouette Butterfly
Jeanie



Using: Snowglobe Ava
Judy



Using: Christmas Cupcake
Lena 




Using: Two Snowmen
Lisa



Using: Ava & Deacon Christmas
Rae Ann




Using: Fame it Halloween Poem
Samantha


Please be sure to check out the rest of our simple rules for participating HERE.

You have until December 29th to enter! 

Good luck and thanks for joining us today, I can't wait to see all the amazing projects!

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