Welcome to this weeks Friday! I spent last night with the soon to be 20 year old. She was in the moos to craft, so we went to Michaels and we bought ourselves some Polymer clay to play with. She made a shoe, heart and a guitar that "stinks" (according to her)
I guess there is always next time! hehe Anyway, it was great fun and I don't get to spend as much time with her as I'd like! Her birthday is coming shortly and I want to make a Wicked scrapbook project I found at Archivers. It's her favorite musical and we sent her and her boyfriend to see it when she was in High School and it's been her favorite ever since. So keep an eye out for it soon!
Before I get into the new challenge at Stamping with the Dragon. I just wanted to let you all know that we have added some tabs under our header to make things easier for everyone to find what they are looking for including a tab to see if you were a winner of our past Challenge.
We also want to say Thank you to each and everyone of you who submitted an application to be on our Design Team. We will be in touch soon.
This up coming challenge is being Sponsored by Stamping Dragon Designs
Janette was a busy beaver the past few weeks creating our new lines 3D/Decoupage. These fine creatures have been colored for you. All you need to do is cut and put them together and add a few of your magic touches. So, that brings us to our next challenge. SHOW US YOUR 3D OR DECOUPAGE PROJECTS!!! It doesn't have to be a card but, it must either have a 3D effect or Decoupaged. The winner of this challenge will win 4 images of their choice from our Store Stamping Dragon Designs.
Check out the Design Team creations too! We all had a blast creating their projects for you!.
Image is Dragon Designs
DP is by Dragon Designs
Photo Album is from Hobby Lobby
Copic YR00 over precolored image
Ranger Distress ink is Antique Linen
EK Success Adornaments
Altered gauze w/ Antique Linen
Pearls are Kaiser scrapbook self adhesive
K& company fabric Art frame sticker
INSPIRATIONAL THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:
The only way to find the limits of the possible is by going beyond them to the impossible.Arthur C. Clarke
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