Saturday, 27 October 2018

October Technique Challenge + DT Call


Good morning! We have reached the end of October
and here is quick reminder that we are having a DT Call - details below:

DESIGN TEAM CALL

Before we get to our challenge details, you will have noticed that we are looking to add some new members to our Design Team in 2019. 
The challenges this month are:
Week 1 - Sketch
Week 2 - Colours
Week 3 - Theme
Week 4 - Technique

If you wish to be considered for the DT, you must take part in ALL FOUR challenges this month. Simply add the letters, DT, after your name on your entry submission. Please remember that our challenge is for CARDS only - no tags, bags or gifts.

We will contact successful applicants in the beginning of November. 
The new DT members will join the team in January 2019.


And now we will return you to our regular post.



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Hello!
I'm Fabiola and this is the last challenge of october
and my last challenge as your hostess.
I was so please to inspire you during this month
I hope you have liked my ideas to play with you and my very talented team.
thanks so much .

I choose masking this week



here we go!


Our guest designer this weeks is:
Karen Finkle



Here is some inspiration from the team:


Fabiola


Myrna
Simple masking

Complex masking


Alison


EK



Just a quick reminder of the rules:
  • This is a CARD challenge - so no 3D projects, tags or ATCs
  • Only new projects - no back-linking
  • Please link directly to your POST, not to the whole of your blog
  • Please show the graphic on your challenge post
  • You must link up by midnight Friday (7.00pm EDT) to be considered for Winner or Honourable Mentions
  • A maximum of 10 challenges, please
  • And please turn off word verification in order to make commenting easier - thank you

Deadline for entry to this challenge is midnight GMT on Friday, 2th November -
that's 7.00pm EDT for those in the States.

Have fun!



1 comment:

Tracy said...

Had so much fun playing with masking. Thanks for the nudge to try this technique with my clear stamps. Hadn't done it with them in ages.