Wednesday, 29 October 2008
Wednesday, 22 October 2008
Received by email from non-bloggers ...
By Anne Hoyaas
Monday, 20 October 2008
Lyn (Mickey's mate)
Vanessa (Nessy's Notes)
Thank you very much ladies!
Also could the winner of the Alota stamp, Crafting Diva please get in touch with me as I do not have your address yet , to send the prize to. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Many thanks.
Friday, 17 October 2008
Wednesday, 15 October 2008
Take a look at the Design Team's creations to see what we mean:
Wednesday, 8 October 2008
So onto this week's challenge......
I thought we could do something a little different this week. There is no set theme this week. Making your ATC is still the same, any cute "round faced" stamps, be it Magnolia, Cuddly Buddly, Hanglar, Alota, Spiral Whisper etc. But here's the difference.... I would like you to show your ATC as usual on your blog, leave us a link and then send it on to me, along with an SAE. I will then gather them all together and swap them and then send one back to you. That way you can see another ATC first hand and maybe gain some inspiration from your "new" ATC. Who knows it could be the start of your ATC collection?
So all you have to do is send your ATC to me with an SAE,(after you have shown it on your blog and left us a link). Don't forget to put your details on the back, your name , date, email etc. Your ATC should get to me by Wednesday 22nd October. This gives you 2 weeks to get your ATC off to me. I will then send them all out on Friday 24th October. And, the Design Team's ATCs will also be included in the swap. I'd love to get lots of people to take part and be able to enjoy seeing one another's ATCs first hand. If you would like to participate here is the address to send your ATC to:
c/o Sgt R Nettleship
Here's the prize for one randomly chosen winner this week of a brand new Alota stamp, which Helene kindly donated. To be in with a chance of winning this lovely stamp all you have to do is leave us a link to your ATC on your blog.
Wednesday, 1 October 2008