23 September 2012

September 23 Challange- Distress IT!

Thank you for taking the time to join in our last Challenge "Make your own backing papers" we loved seeing all your creations. This is my first time hosting a challenge and I thought we'd try a technique this time. First though we have a winner to announce

CONGRATULATIONS YOU ARE THE WINNER!







To obtain your winners Badge Click Here, it will bring you to the button page to choose. Please email us at sdelightsATtiscali.co.uk to claim your prize within 2 weeks!
*Remember you need to add this challenge image to your post or sidebar and linked back to this challenge:


Well now to the challenge!



For this week Challange, I thought it would be fun to use ink and sissors and DISTRESS our Project.   You can use inks like those made by Tim Holtz,  or use your sissors and ROUGH UP the edges.   Which ever you choose, or even get crazy and choose both,  have fun!
As challenge host here is my project for this challenge:


I used my distress inks around this gorgeous image by Janice,   Then Also masked my paper with 3 different colors of distress ink and glimmer misted them, so the colors would merge together.   Lots of fun.  Now lets see what you can do. 
You do NOT have to use Scrapper's Delights Digi Stamps to play along, but we would love to see them.Here is how you play...


If you do use one of Scrapper's Delights products you may add your project twice so as to have another chance at winning some fantastic gifts!

-You need to share a direct link to your creation, not just your main blog page this makes it a lot easier for us to comment on your project too, using the Linky Tools feature at the end of the post.



-If you'd like to be considered to be a Guest Designer for next month then please add GD/ before your Title.


If you would like to use one of Scrapper's Delights products you can click on the badge....All products are fantastic quality and at affordable prices.

Scrapper's Delights Store


Here's some inspiration from our Design Team

By Ria

By Kim

By Kelly 




 


9 September 2012

September 9th Technique Challenge - Make your own backing papers

September 9th Technique Challenge - Make your own backing papers.


Thank you for taking the time to join in our last Challenge "Birthday", we loved seeing all your creations. This is my first time hosting a challenge and I thought we'd try a technique this time. First though we have a winner to announce




CONGRATULATIONS YOU ARE THE WINNER!




 To obtain your winners Badge Click Here, it will bring you to the button page to choose. Please email us at sdelightsATtiscali.co.uk to claim your prize within 2 weeks!

*Remember you need to add this challenge image to your post or sidebar and linked back to this challenge:

Well now to the challenge.

This challenge is all about making your own background papers.
I love using stamps, embossing folders and stencils to make my own background paper. I love co- ordinating the main image to the paper as I don't always have the right coloured paper for the image I'm colouring.

-You do NOT have to use Scrapper's Delights Digi Stamps to play along, but we would love to see them.Here is how you play...




 If you do use one of Scrapper's Delights products you may add your project twice so as to have another chance at winning some fantastic gifts!

-You need to share a direct link to your creation, not just your main blog page this makes it a lot easier for us to comment on your project too, using the Linky Tools feature at the end of the post.



 -If you'd like to be considered to be a Guest Designer for next month then please add GD/ before your Title.




 If you would like to use one of Scrapper's Delights products you can click on the badge....All products are fantastic quality and at affordable prices.

Scrapper's Delights Store


The products we are using today is from the new Holly Hobbie Sets
Found HERE




 
Here's some inspiration from our Design Team

Kim



Marleen:

Kelly


Ria


Gloria


Shana

Now it's your turn to have a go at the challenge. We can't wait to see what you make.