Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Mid-Challenge #99 - CIRCLES

Mid-challenge #99 - CIRCLES

Our challenge is hosted by ASMAH and the theme is ...
 This challenge will run for 2 weeks  from Wednesday 20 August - 2 September 2014.

Hi ... Asmah here hosting this fortnight challenge. My theme for you is CIRCLES. You are free to create circles in any which way you like but there must be some form of circles made of paper which is the requirement here. Circle embellishments would look awesome on your paper projects too. Looking forward to seeing your creations. Have fun and enjoy crafting. Here is a card I made for the mid-challenge post using "Misteri - dreamer".

Remember to link your projects up in Mr Linky.
We would love you to use a DS4J image, but any stamped or digi image will be OK ..... you will get an extra chance if you do use a Digistamps4Joy image

Don't forget you must use a digital stamp or rubber stamp!
And now, for some more inspiration from the talented DS4J Design Team "B" 

aNNie (image = "Pencil kids")

BERNI (image = "Lion cub")

CHARLENE (image = "Baby rattle")

GLORIA (image = "Positivity barometer")

JACKIE (image = "Christmas bauble")

JULIE ODIL (image = "Rose trio")

MARGARET (image = "Blessings sentiments")

TONNIE (image = "Hic - oops")

URSULA (image = "Flower circle")

Enter your paper projects (maximum 3 entries per person, each from a separate blog post) in Mr Linky HERE, and let us all share in your wonderful creations! The randomly drawn winner will win THREE images of your choice from the store, and 2 runners up 1 image each.  Of course, if you use a Digistamps4Joy image, you could win the big prize of $10 of images, and could be chosen as our Guest Designer!

Please remember to link your POST and not your blog.
Also, you must create a link on your blog back to this challenge post!
(The challenge rules are HERE)

Are you looking for LINKY for our CURRENT CHALLENGE? Click ..... HERE.
A special request
As this is a child-friendly blog, we will appreciate it if you do not post goth or demonic entries.

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