Monday, April 2, 2012
It's the first Monday of the month and that means it's time for a brand new challenge. The mission, should you choose to accept it: create a one layer card!
If you are like me, these can be some of the hardest cards to create. I love layers, so thinking of creating ways to create a special, beautiful card using one piece of cardstock can be challenging. However, it's good to stretch yourself, right? :)
Here are the cards that the DT created that will help jump start your creativity:
For a list of all the supplies used on this card, visit Lisa's blog.
For a list of all the supplies used on this card, visit Laurie's blog.
For a list of all the supplies used on this card, visit Michele's blog.
For a list of all the supplies used on this card, visit Emily's blog.
For a list of the supplies used on this card, visit Wendy's blog.
For a list of all the supplies used on this card, visit Dana's blog.
For a list of all the supplies used on this card, visit Andrea's blog.
For this challenge, there are only two requirements:
1) Create a card/project that is ONE layer.
2) Use at least one DeNami Design stamp. If you have some DeNami products, we'd love to see you use them too, although it's not required.
If you don't have a blog, you are still more than welcome to participate! You can upload your card to an online gallery of your choice (i.e. www.splitcoaststampers.com, www.flickr.com, etc.) and then use the url for your photo in your gallery as the link that you post in Inlinkz.
We have created a Flickr Group so you can show of your DeNami creations! Please add your projects to the DeNami Design Flickr group.
After the challenge ends, we will select three people who created honor worthy creations to be featured in the "Fabulous Three Spotlight". In addition, one of these lucky people will win a $20 DeNami Design online gift certificate!
- Blog Hop
- Card Kits
- Circle Stamps
- Fabulous 3 Spotlight
- Guest Designer
- Pop Up Cards
- Product Spotlight
- Sneak Peek
- Thank You
- Tropical Dreams
- Ways with Washi