Monday, 31 October 2011

Fridays Challenge.....*sticky please note this post will stay at top of page until 31/10*

So as a way of an apology and to get your crafty thoughts into a frenzy and onto paper, wood, fabric whatever takes your fancy I would like to challenge you to come up with a gorgeous project depicting autumn, use whatever materials you like but stick to the colour pallette below, and now that we have darker nights creeping in you have until the end of October to enter and the winners will be announced on Halloween (enter spooky, creepy laugh here)!!!


You can upload your entries here or leave a link to your blog and I will lift your photo and put it on here, you can bring your project to the shop and I will take a photo of it and upload it to here or you can email me a photo (simply-create@btconnect.com) and I will upload to here too!!! The challenge is open to everyone no matter where in the world you are. So spread the word, the more the merrier as autumn is my favourite season, I am really looking forward to see what you come up with, so let your imagination and creativeness flow. Each entry will be numbered as they are made and then numbers will be placed in a cauldron and the first customer of the day on Halloween will pick the winner!

And now for the exciting bit, the prize......you could be the lucky winner of a Sizzix Big Shot die cutting machine and some dies, embossing folders and sizzlits to get you started.

5 comments:

  1. Oooo I am off to get my thinking cap on!!xx

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  2. Haha Jane...that's exctaly what I was thinking I was going to write as I was opening the comments box....great minds...lol..

    Kirsti xxx

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  3. Interesting colours Jacqui. I'm off to make a note of the challenge.

    Kat xx

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  4. it is good to held the photo computation i am waiting for the result day that who can win this computation.
    PVC cards
    Plastic Card Holders

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  5. Gorgeous colours. Here's a link to my entry.

    http://cant-stop-crafting.blogspot.com/2011/10/harvest-mouse.html

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