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Friday, May 28, 2010
Father's Day Challenge and Cricut Expression Giveaway!!
**This challenge is now officially over but feel free to participate on your own.
Happy Friday Everyone!!
It is the last day of school around here and busy crazy but I wanted to issue you this awesome challenge!!
#1 - It has to be an ORIGINAL project that you have created yourself FOR this challenge. This is really big. It is flattering that others like something we have made but it is not okay to ever make something and claim it as your own. :) I haven't seen that too much over here but I have heard that it happens.
#2 - This will be a RANDOM drawing and not judged or chosen. I personally could never pick between all of your wonderful talent. I will use Random.org like I usually do.
#3 - You will need to upload your picture to your blog, message board (that is not private) or Photobucket to be able to share it on the inlinkz button.
#4 - I will announce the winner on Tuesday afternoon. That gives those of you who are going out of town this weekend a little bit more time to enter.
#5 - Only one project, per person please.
LET'S GET THIS PARTY STARTED!!!!
Here is what My Pink Designers, along with Karlee and Tammy came up with!
My husband is a baseball fanatic and our family room is filled with baseball memorabilia and a few other sports. Our theme for the May Challenge is Father's day by our dear Emma and since you all know now my husband loves baseball my project for today is a Sports Gift Bag especially for him. The signed baseball he already has but I thought it was a cute accent :)
I used the Baseball solutions cartridge for everything except the DAD word which is from the All Mixed Up one. The images are cut at 5 inches, the All Star word and baseball are cut at 1.5 inches. The sentiment inside the baseball is one of My Pink Stamper clear stamps set called Simply Sweet Occasions and it reads: Celebrate Today...perfect for the occasion, lol.
Thanks for the opportunity to share with you my project.
In our family, nothing shows love more then spending time together doing what we love, game night. We play everything from hearts, dominos, poker, Michigan Rummy, and lots of others. I took Dad's love of games and made his his very own score pad along with a cute popcorn container. You can't play games without the snacks, right?! The popcorn container was made from Bags, Tags, Boxes and More and My Pink Stamper Simply Sweet Occasions Stamps and the score pad was made using the Wild Card Cartridge and the Plantin Schoolbook.