Friday, June 27, 2014

AEI♥U Challenge #10–Gold!

 

Woohoo!

 

Challenge 10

 

It’s time for another AEI♥U Challenge, and this one is going to be AH-MAZING!!  We’re seeing gold everywhere in card design – and we are loving it!  The Challenge design team has created some delicious samples for your perusal and inspiration!  Check it!

 

Yana Smakula

(Written In The Stars)

 


Diana Fisher

(Cake & Candles | Petals and Stems)

 


 

Karolyn Loncon

(Many Thanks, Rounded Diamonds Die)

 


 

Katie G.

(Brushed Stamp Set)

 


 

Donna Mikasa

(Circle It Clear Stamps)

 

Are they not brilliant?!!  We’d love to see what you would create for the new challenge!  Here are the rules and details:

 

1.  Avery Elle stamps or our free digital stamps must be used in each entry.  To use our digital stamp, right click on the image and save it to your favorite photo editing program. You may re-size it slightly if you wish.  Please note that our free digital stamps are copyrighted and are for personal use only.  Please credit Avery Elle when using them.

2.  You may enter as many times as you wish, but they must be posted to the InLinkz tool separately.

3.  Please enter a NEW, not previously posted, project that fits the challenge theme.  Your project must fit the theme to be eligible to win.

4.  You can link your project to Flickr, Splitcoast Stampers or any other online gallery if you don’t have a blog.

5.  If you have a blog, please include the challenge graphic in your post, with a live link to the Avery Elle Challenge Blog.

6.  The winner will not be chosen randomly.  We will be looking for entries that include great use of color, design & creativity.

7.  You have until 12:01 AM (Pacific Time) on Sunday, July 6th to enter.  The winner and two runners up will be announced on Thursday, July 10th at 6:00 AM (Pacific Time) on the Avery Elle Challenge Blog.

We’re so excited to see what you all will create in answer to the challenge!!

 

 

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful samples!! Thanks for the fun challenge!

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