Friday 14 December 2018

Take It Make It December Challenge: Inspiration

Our December challenge is well under way, we love all the entries we've seen so far, and can't wait to see more!
As it's the second Friday of the month, we're back with some more amazing eye candy from our DT, hopefully something will inspire you to enter the challenge!

So... just a little reminder before we show you the projects!

 ALL of our challenges this year are 'Anything Goes' stamping challenges!
So....Show us how unique you can be, create anything your imagination cares to dream up! Share your cards, journal pages, layouts, 3D assemblage or whatever else takes your fancy. As long as you have stamped somewhere on your project, then you're good to go!

We have two prizes on offer, as always. The first is the Sponsor Prize, and the winner of this will be randomly chosen from all the eligible entries of the challenge. To make sure your project is eligible to win, make sure you have followed our challenge guidelines. These can be found on our sidebar over here ---------->

and also in a tab under the banner at the top.

PLEASE REMEMBER: We only want to see ONE project in each individual blog post entry!

A set counts as more than one :)

The amazing prize on offer this month for the randomly chosen winner is..... (drum roll please..........) 

Our Design team have created some more stunning stamped art for you to look at, we hope it inspires you to enter the challenge!

Winner of the October Challenge: Karen Dunbrook





Amazing inspiration from the DT!
Don't forget this month's challenge is a week shorter than usual as Christmas is fast approaching, so you only have until next Wednesday to enter!
The link up tool to enter the challenge can be found on last Friday's post HERE!


  1. Oh I just love those colors on Karen's card!! Gorgeous!
    Great makes everyone!!

  2. Stunning creations. Ive only just fpund out about ypu and what a great blog site. Hopefully I'll be entering next month. I love all the DT'S inspiration but id love to know how Donna Grey did those beautiful cards. Unfortunately her blog is private so can't see the tutorial. Any help on this would be great please. Xxx