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Challenge #12 - Love is in the Air

  The prize for this challenge comes from:  My Creative Classroom.
They are giving away a free seat to any one online class.
  The student will have up to one year to choose a class.
My Creative Classroom is an online arts and crafts learning center. Our interactive and in-depth courses are instructor led and filled with wonderful projects and techniques to help you get the most out of your supplies.  
Out Spring 2014 Semester is just beginning and will offer well over 100 courses. Along with our Traditional Instructor-led Workshop Classes we have also added Self-Paced Workshops. We've recently added more classes to our Library, which offers retired classes at 40%-50% off regular price.

We have opened our brand new challenge blog, My Creative Life 2014 , which will issue challenges to help us use all of our supplies this year. Along with that is the companion course with the same title, which is FREE to our newsletter subscribers. Come join in on the fun and test drive MCC.

We are excited to be sponsoring Scrapbook Blessings Club. You can view our entire class list on our website at My Creative Classroom. You can also view classes on our Facebook Page too! One lucky winner will receive a free seat to a Workshop class of their choice.....Good Luck!
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Are you ready for our next fun challenge? The DT is sharing with you their take on a great technique...Artistic Trading Cards (ATC). Never made one before you say?!?! Here is a video by DT Sandy giving you the basics on ATCs...


Here are the inspiration pieces created by SBC DT making their own ATCs- Artistic Trading Cards


 Carolyn - Granny Ma's Creations
 
My tip:  using scraps or pages out of old books come in handy for ATC's.

Cristina - VintagePink39
My Tip: Make a couple of these for some cute gift tags, or to hand out with your blog or other info on the back.

Tip: Mod Podge is a great adhesive when making ATCs!


Tip: When creating something outside of your comfort
zone create something you will use in your own crafting.
(check out my blog post for what this will be used for)

TiP:  Make your ATC a reflection of you by using things and techniques that you love!


 Marilyn - Marilyn's Crafts
Tip:  Create your own chipboard by gluing 3 pieces of regular card stock together.



Jennyfer - Jennyfer Creates
Tip: Use your favorite supplies and show off what you're good at!

We hope this technique inspired you along with the great design team projects. Your challenge:

Create a card or layout (2 chances to win with a layout) using the theme: 
"Love is in the Air"
 (hearts, xoxo, birds, skys, pinks, reds, etc.)

*****You do NOT have to do the "Artistic Trading Cards
 technique" for your project, just make sure it follows the challenge theme:
 Love is in the Air*****

This challenge ends on Saturday, Feb 15th at 9:00pm 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, 
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!
SBC Design Team

Comments

  1. These are really Beautiful! Some great tips too :-)

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  2. I just want to drop in and say thank you that some of your wonderful DT and stopped by my blog to leave some love. It truly is appreciated. I thank you for all the hard work you put into doing DT work!

    Blessings and Hugs,
    Melissa M

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  3. All of the Trading Cards are beautiful!! Great job design team:)

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  4. Just a quick question--the rules on the challenge rules page state "May enter multiple times as long as each submission is with a different creation". However, on the challenge post it states, 3 times. I'm wondering if you could clarify which it is. Thanks so much!

    Lisa D.

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