As you might know two of our Designers (Donna D. and Donna B. AKA "The Donnas") host a (semi) weekly challenge in our group at Paper Craft Planet. http://www.papercraftplanet.com/group/starvingartistamps
This weeks challenge is to design an incredibly cool CLEAR card.
Here are the details for those of you who wish to take a break from the holiday rush, get a little "me" time and make a fun card!
This weeks challenge is to make a clear card using acetate or transparency.
The theme is open to however you wish to interpret it.
It will be your choice as to what size and shape your card is.
As long as it contains a clear element it counts!
*Cards do not need to contain SA or DF images in them but... all cards using our images will be posted in our gallery.
Everyone who participates will get entered into a drawing for a Santa's Sweet Shoppe set with matching Sweet Shoppe sentiments.
(Dont worry, if you really need to get your hands on a set you can get one now or if you already have one if you are the winner we will subsitute for other stamps of equal value!)
With the holiday fast approaching these are the final days to purchase your sweet shoppe set at the holiday special Buy Santa's Sweet Shoppe, get the Sweet Shoppe sentiments FREE (an 11.95 value!) The special ends 12/25/08. (Or win one by participating in our challenge!!!)
All you need to do is head on over to our group on Paper Craft Planet http://www.papercraftplanet.com/group/starvingartistamps and post a reply to our thread, attach the photo or post a link to where your card can be found. If you can not post for some reason you can also email your card or blog/gallery link to email@example.com
Here are a few more details:
-All cards must be submitted on or before December 30th
-The drawing winner will be randomly selected and posted no later than December 31st.
-The challenge tag code for PCP and/or SCS will be SADF1208
-All cards containing Starving Artistamps or DoodleFactory images will also use the company tag: SADF
Need some inspiration? Check our what Lisa, Lori, and Lydia did with their clear creations!
(no we didnt ask all the "L" girls to make cards, it just worked out that way... eerie huh?)
Card by Lisa Somerville
So what are you waiting for?
Break out your acetate/transparancy and have some fun!