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Challenge #125 – Gone Fishing

We are a stamping challenge so we do need to see rubber/acrylic stamping on your project.

To qualify for the winner’s prize we especially need to see that the stamping is the focal point on the project and that the stamping follows the format of the theme.

NO DIGI STAMPS ARE ALLOWED …
but you may use digi downloads for enhancement of your projects … please remember that the main focal point must be STAMPING.

The winner of each challenge will receive a very generous stamp prize from our new sponsor.

Please pop back on Tuesday to see who the winner is for challenge #124 – ‘Make It Feminine’ and for the top 3 plus the spotlights on Saturday.

Onto the challenge …

Gone Fishing

This one is for the guys, or gals, in your life who like to go fishing, or boating. It can even be about the fish themselves!  Lots of people are on holidays at the moment and fishing is one of the most relaxing things to do while you’re away, other than crafting of course, so why not combine the two!
When you have chosen the path you would like to take then come back and show us your results with Mr Linky below.

Yvonne chose the theme this time round and she starts her solo walk with this card which tells the story that every fisherman knows about.   And what a beautiful underwater paradise these lucky fish live in.

 Yvonne

Catwalk Inspiration Time

Our Fashion Stampettes are the most talented ladies around, each adding their own creativity, style and flare to the themes every month.
They would love it if you popped over to read how they’ve come up with their gorgeous pieces. 

Awesome is what springs to mind with the catwalk this month, it’s full of makes which are all completely different because that’s just what the Design Team do.

So let’s take that catwalk stroll to see each of their stunning makes starting with Dot

FSC Gone Fishing 1FSC Gone Fishing 2FSC Gone Fishing 3FSC Gone Fishing 4 

Stampscapes Angler

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Below is a little information about our sponsor.

Ink Art Designs

Ink Art Designs is an Australian based Etsy shop owned and run by Dot Leathbridge.

A wide range of stamps are available which include a mixture of clear polymer and rubber.  The Etsy shop was originally started in order to offer a wider range of stamps to Australians. It has since grown to include a world-wide audience.

To read and see more about how the Fashion Stampettes have created such exquisite pieces please visit their blogs and while there maybe leave a little bit of love to let them know how much you adore seeing their creations every fortnight … but before you do …

Just a few fashionable rules girlfriends

We are a stamping challenge so we really Must See some form of rubber/acrylic STAMPING on your project which follows the theme

Absolutely No Stamped Digi’s Allowed

Closing date for this challenge will be midnight Saturday, 12th August, 2017

The winner will have two weeks to contact us to claim their prize from Ink Art Designs.

We would love to see any project as long as it follows the theme of the challenge and is a new creation. Entry is limited to three projects per challenge … no linking back to projects previously posted

Please link back to your post and not your blog

You must also include a link back to this challenge blog

If you don’t have a blog but would still like to enter please e-mail a pick to us and we will add for you.

Now it’s your turn to show us your creations for ‘Gone Fishing’.

Please remember before you add your link that the main focal point is your rubber/acrylic stamping.

3 Responses to “Challenge #125 – Gone Fishing”

  1. Craftyfield says:

    Fab makes from the DT! And what a theme… an incentive to make a masculine card, which is just as well as I need a few of those!

  2. rika says:

    great DT projects!

  3. coco says:

    I’m just so happy to make a little incursion here, admiring the wonderful inspiration from everyone for this challenge!
    A great challenge idea, thank you. I’m just far too busy at the moment to participate as I’d love to, maybe the next time. Or this time, we never know… 🙂
    Warm crafty hugs, wishing a lovely Summer to you Shirl and you all, ladies! xx

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