Sunday, February 16, 2014

Challenge #3: 10 Minute Speed Challenge

We have our kits ready to go.  Makes being creative SO much faster and easier.  So, let's see how much faster and easier!

Take some time to semi-plan a project if you like.  I suggest a card with this kind of time limit!  LOL

Find a sketch and pull what you want to use from your kit.

Now you have TEN minutes to create something.  No more.  If it is not done in 10 minutes, you have to share what it looked like at that stage anyway.

Ready?  Set?  GO!

Do you think our Master Forgers managed this challenge without cheating?  Let's see…

Here's a sneak peak of our Guest Designer Susanne's card
Be sure to hop over to her blog Snap and Snippets to view the full details.
LesleyG managed a Valentine's card for her husband
 Why not nip over to her blog to see how long it took her.

Lisa ran up not one but three at less than 10 minutes a piece! You can see the proof over at her blog.

Leslie got in on the cardmaking as well.

End of the Month Blog Hop:
On the 24th of each month we offer a blog hop opportunity to all of our followers!  A chance for you to show off a special project made with your counterfeit kit for that month.

Here is how it will work:
Your Blog Hop Project may be from any of the 3 challenges we offer throughout the month.
Your project must be something new that you have not shown before and only post for the hop.

To be a part of our blog hop:
1.  E-mail us your name/blog address/promise to participate at  BY THE 18th!  (No late requests will be able to join this time due to the work it takes for us to get it put together.)

2.  You will receive  an e-mail from us by the 20th with a list of the hop participants.

3.  You will need to schedule your own blog post showing your project based on this challenge and links to the person after you in the hop.

4.  All Blog Hop posts will need to be scheduled to go live on the 24th at 12:00 A.M. Mountain Standard Time (Arizona)

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