Fourth Friday Challenge for October 2010

Its Fourth Friday challenge time again!

Well, you know the holidays are coming and for us crafters its time to get moving.  I love the tradition of sending  holiday cards. 

So…for this month’s challenge – we want to see your Holiday cards.   Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa – even New Year’s – any Holiday card is fair game.  The only rule is that you link up a project newly created for this challenge, although feel free to combine it with other current challenges out there in blogland.  

Although we would love to see all the art you care to share, everyone will be entered in the prize drawing only once.  One winner will be drawn randomly to win the prize.  You have until midnight (EST) on Saturday, October 30th to link up your project.  Just click the little froggy face at the bottom of this post to add your project.

Your prize this month is this super cute Eat Cake Graphics cling stamp.  Can’t wait to see what you create!

For my sample, I used one of the the new Adorables stamp sets.  This one is called “Sharing”.   I love the vintage-y feel of these sets and all the accessories to create your own pictures. They really are “adorable”.

I colored my image with Copics .  The sentiment is cut out with a Spellbinders Oval and mounted on a Labels 4 die cutout.  I stamped, colored and cut out the little present stack and popped it up with foam tape on the bottom corner.

Need more inspiration?  Make sure you check out the design team on the side bar for more samples.

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10 thoughts on “Fourth Friday Challenge for October 2010

  1. Clare Buswell

    Hi Cathy,

    I tried e-mailing you a few days ago at cathy@papergardenprojects.com but I received a delivery failure notification. Thanks for considering me for your digi team, I’d love to be part of it but I am really busy with DT’s and magazine commissions at the moment, what would the requirements be?

    Thanks,

    Clare.

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