Thursday, January 20, 2011

Challenge #3 Squares and Die Cuts!

Wow, it's time for Challenge #3! This week's challenge comes from Gloria. Her challenge is to create a square card or layout and use a die cut shape on it... any kind of die cut shape, Spellbinders, Tim Holtz, Cricut, Sizzix, etc. Just be sure your project, a card, layout, etc. is square and includes at least one die cut shape!

You will need to complete and link your project using the Linky Tool at the bottom of this post by January 26th at 11:59 pm EST in the U.S. CropStop will randomly choose one prize winner and the Creative Team will choose two of their favorite projects to receive our "Cream of the Crop" blinkie to display in your blog and signature!

Please click on the Linky Tool Tab in the left sidebar for instructions on labeling your project!

Here's the CropStop Creative Team reveal for this week!

Vicki used Spellbinder Nestabilities, Eyelet Circle and Standard Small Circle die cuts.
Dalis opted for Spellbinder Nestabilities too, Labels 3 and Labels 17. Martha Stewart's Modern Garland Edge Punch and Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Shabby Shutters are also used on Dalis's card.

Veronica used her favorite Tim Holtz products on her card, the Bigz Hanging Sign Die and Frayed Burlap Distress Ink. On the inside of her card, Veronica used the Spellbinder's Labels One.
The card was made with Elements Core'dination papers available in the CropStop Store.
Gloria, another fan of Tim Holtz, used the Movers & Shapers Ornamental die and the Paper Rosette Decorative Strip die. The Lavender on Lavender Organdy Swirl Ribbon can be found in the CropStop Store.

Remember: Every Thursday at 8:00 AM (EST) we will post a new challenge. You will have one week to link up your project and be counted for the prize draw and Cream of the Crop blinkie! For all the rules, see the link in the sidebar. (If, for some reason, Linky Tools is not working, place your project link in the Comment section.) Please make sure to ENTER YOUR NAME in the linky field labeled CAPTION/TITLE. That makes it easier for the Creative Team. Thanks! For Linky Tool Instructions, click HERE.


Kate said...

Sounds like such a great challenge - and the DT projects are incredible! It seems as though the projects from the first challenge have somehow been listed here though. You might wish to have a look at that and make an adjustment.

Rose said...

Fantastic cards from the DT again this week :)

Veronica said...

I loved this Challenge. And of course anything Tim makes.

Sharon said...

Dalis, the verse on your card is priceless...too funny.
The DT's cards are great, as always !

aka Celticrafter

Pamela Lash said...

Thanks for this challenge - I had fun.

4kids4 said...

Another fun challenge...and wonderful eye candy from the DT! I just linked up my project. :-)

~Sharon C.

Shana Dilldine said...

love what the dt has done with the challenge, can't wait to play along

jengd said...

In case I can't get in through the linky...

Marianne said...

Congrats with a beautiful blog!!
Wondered if I can ask a favour ? Could you please add 2 clocks that show your whatever you call it time,and say London, Europe as well as that would make it easier to submitt contributions on time..

Rosie said...

Darn it, I was dealing with my cranky 4 year old and missed the deadline. Here's my card in case you want to see it:


Rosie said...

Tried to link up, but the linky closed a little early. Just wanted you gals to see the card I made for the challenge.

Big hugs to you all!
Rosemary :)