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Challenge #22- Anything Goes (featuring Book Mark Card Fold)

 The prize for this challenge comes from:  THE STAMPING CHEF


 
The Stamping Chef was born in November 2012 and we recently celebrated our 1 year birthday with a fantastic party with all of our followers!! 
Here’s a little bit about Tamara, the artist/creator of all the wonderful images you will find in The Stamping Chef store.   Drawing is my passion, and my style is fun, cute and doodlish ~I think =D.  I love to see images come to life when they're colored by amazing crafters. Creating digital images can be a tedious process, but I love each and every step of it.
The Stamping Chef offers a bi-weekly challenge on Wednesday on our Blog, along with our monthly challenges on our TSC Recipe Facebook page (if you are not a member please come join us,  as you will love all the fun things we have going on!).


The winner of this new challenge will receive 3 digi stamps of their choice...

  .....Good Luck!
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you ready for our next fun challenge? Challenge #22- Anything Goes.  But first here is our feature inspiration tutorial.... A Book Mark Card Fold




The DT made some very cute and creative projects using colored The Stamping Chef digi stamps.


Cindy- In Love with Paper

TiP:  If you don't have a punch that will work on the corners of the bookmark just leave it plain.

Sandy- A Working Mom's Joy
Tip: using a ruler and paper piercer, just poke a hole every 8th of an inch to get the perforation for the book mark

Melissa - Paper Shenaniganz
TIP (with pic demonstration): If you want to paper piece a digi image, but don't have the colors/patterns you want in 8.5 by 11 form, print a base copy on paper, then use washi tape to temporarily adhere the scraps to the paper overtop the image. Make sure you don't put the washi over the image, or it'll print on the tape. Don't ask me how I know that. :) Run the whole thing through your printer. Piece as necessary.

Brenda - Disney Girl
Tip: When making your card plan to leave some blank space.  It gives you a place to a write a message when you are ready to give it to the recipient. The blank space is especially important if you are using a lot of patterned paper on your card.

Sher-

Tip:  Use your bookmark as part of your design. 
Just fold it over the top instead of inside.

Kimberly- Creations by Kimmy


My Tip: If you have a lot of white space in your digi, mount it on darker paper to make it pop.

So what do you think?

 To find more information on how they did that, please click on their name/blog or the challenge under their picture. Thanks for playing along.
We hope these design team projects inspire. 

Your challenge:
Anything goes: cards, banners, layouts but if you create a BOOKMARK CARD, you will get an extra chance entry for this challenge sponsor.

This challenge ends on Saturday, June 28th at 10:00 pm EST.  Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. 
If you do make a project using the featured technique, colored digi stamps,
your project and blog may be showcased on the SBC Facebook group.

And as always, comments are appreciated. Thank you for stopping by and Have a blessed day!




Comments

  1. Gorgeous DT Creations!!! I love Sandy's!! The images are great! Love the little bird on the bookmark. Fantastic!!! Thanks for another fun challenge!

    - Susan
    {Scrap A Thousand Words}
    Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges

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  2. Absolutely great idea! Will have to try this one and all the DT projects are fab. Angexxoo

    http://angetreasures.blogspot.com.au

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