Tuesday, October 6, 2015

SDC October Challenge Links

PLEASE READ ALL RULES BEFORE LINKING

Please remember you can use ANY stamps now for our challenge, but only one entry per person.  We will draw 2 random winners on the first week of our challenge in November from all those who played in the October challenges.

If you do not have a blog to link up to, please feel free to join our Stampotique page on Facebook here.  We have a photo album on there called SDC Challenge Photos that you can upload your photo there and then link it here. There is a File on our Facebook group that explains how to link your photo to our challenge on this site.  You will not be eligible if you do not link up to our challenge site.

We are no longer accepting creations using digi stamps.  These will be deleted, we appreciate those that play with us each week and we welcome those using rubber or clear stamps.

Please link DIRECTLY to your creation, not to your blog.  You MUST  include the challenge # (which can be found at the Stampotique Designer's Challenge blog) behind your name (any not linking directly to your creation AND having the challenge # will be deleted and not eligible for prize).   For example if I'm entering it would look like this- 
MYNAME-SDC73 
(or whichever challenge # it is) . 

We ask that if you have comment verification turned on, that you would consider turning this off and doing comment moderation instead.  

Please use Inlinkz below to link up your challenge.  

**Change to Stampotique submission rules:  You will now have until the first challenge of the following month to submit your entries-we will only have one Inlinkz per month; so today marks the start of the challenges for October and it will run through the close of our last challenge for October which will be November 4th, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. EST**



1 comment:

  1. Hi I have put the my link and link title the wrong way round, I am number 6 Tafita Designs. Is it possible for you to delete it as i seem to be unable to make a correction or to link it again correctly, so sorry for this. Corina

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