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Challenge #9: ANYTHING GOES

Hi friends! Its time for our first mini challenge... ANYTHING GOES! 

Scrapbook Blessings Club design team will be sharing with you some techniques from our previous challenges, but first lets see who our winner for the Tag Challenge is and the design teams top picks!!!

                                            The prize for this challenge comes from:
Challenge #8:  Cards with a tag
Sponsored by Kenny K downloads
KennyK merchandise
Digi and rubber stamps from KennyK are a fun and edgy way to add the perfect dose of attitude and style to all of your creations! 
Kenny K is giving away 3 digi stamps to the winner of our tag challenge.... 
Winner is

Top 3 Picks:
Crafting Vicky 

Congrats Ladies! Don't forget to get your badges, found on the winners page
 at the top of this blog.

Stamp and Create is giving away a $20.00 gift certificate for the winner of this new challenge.

Stamp and Create is an online store based in the US with shipping worldwide. We offer free shipping on orders over $55 within the US. We carry a wide variety of stamp companies including: MagnoliaSaturated CanaryWild Rose StudioHigh Hopes Rubber StampsMake it CraftyWags 'n Whiskers and many more. Plus we also carry paper packsribbon, and embellishments. We currently have many Christmas designs on Clearance at a great price. 

 Ok are you ready for our next fun challenge? The DT is sharing with you some of their favorite technique challenges that we have done. You can find the tutorial video and instructions in the link under the DT projects, along with some more awesome tips from the DT to help with your projects.

Carolyn- Granny Ma's Creative Blog
From October 6th - Challenge #3 Triple Time Stamping
TIP: Pay attention to image and what it is.  I colored leaf purple when it was to be green!  So reprinted  image!

Cindy --In Love with PAPER
Challenge # 4:  Twisted Easel card
TiP:  You can print your digi stamp images on a full page for your kiddos/grandkids to color.

Marilyn - Marilyn's Crafts
Challenge #3 - Triple Time Stamping
Tip:  This snow scene card can be used for either Christmas or general correspondence
Jennyfer - Jennyfer Creates 
Challenge #7 - Letterpress
Tip: This can be done for anything not just a card!

Challenge #6- Twisted Gift Card Holder
Tip: Use 2 sided paper or coordinating paper packs, takes the guess work out of trying to match paper.

Challenge #1-Easy Clear Block Stamping

Tip: Make sure your ink completely covers the surface of your block.

Cristina VintagePink39

Challenge #4  - Twisted Easel Card

Tip: Quick and Easy way to use left over from a 12x12 sheet and scraps from other projects.

Okay, now it's your turn to create a card using your favorite techiniques. This challenge ends on Saturday, Jan. 4th at pm EST.  Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques.
And as always, comments are appreciated. Thank you for stopping by and Have a blessed day!
SBC Design Team


  1. Sounds like a fun challenge.
    LOVE your projects.
    Thanks for sharing.
    {Now I'll get to try out and share a few techniques I missed out on before I found you}
    Have a wonderful New Year's everyone.
    Crafty hugs,

  2. Whoopsy forgot to add...
    Thank you so much for the sweet Top 3 honor.

  3. Great projects. I think I might try the twisted easel card since I missed that challenge. Thanks for the win too! :)

    Smiles Sher

  4. lovely selection of cards, must try triple time stamping again soon, it's so effective x

  5. with this challenge #9 do we have to use certain stamps or can we use any stamps??

  6. You can do anythng you want with this challenge usding tech. 1-8


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