Wednesday, April 20, 2016

SDC241: TV Show or Movie Inspired

Welcome back to the blog everyone, we are onto another challenge this week and  Kristen Catalano
 is our hostess. She is challenging us to a TV show or Movie inspired challenge. This should be a fun week. 
Here is what Kristen says about this challenge:
"This week I want to see what you can create that is inspired by your favorite TV shows or Movie"

We also have a few fun facts from our "Spotlight" designer Kathi Rerek

1. Do you craft with music or do you prefer quiet?
Quiet

2. Do you clean your stamps and stencils? 
Yes and I clean up my table after each and every project.

3. What's your favorite color and/or color scheme? Are there colors or color combos you don't use?
My favorite color is blue, specifically the blue of the sky at dusk. I have a lot of color combos that I like to use, but black, white, and red or blue especially appeal to be. I hate neon colors!!!

4. When you look at your stamp stash, what category has the most stamps? (animals, backgrounds, flowers, sentiments, etc.)
Cats, birds, fairies, coffee, and alcohol. My die collection mirrors my stamp collection.


IMPORTANT REMINDER:
Please read ALL RULES on the linkz page before linking your creation.
If you didn't follow the rules posted, you may have been deleted.  
Feel free to relink your creation with the correct information for a chance to win.






Sam Read


Kathi's top favorite from last week's "Crack me up" Challenge is:

Lisette


(Congrats and please email  Claudine at jasminngirl411@yahoo.com for your Top 3 badge)

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6 comments:

  1. Another fab theme and thanks Kathi for choosing me as a favourite :)

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  2. Congrats to Lisette! Your entry was super cute.

    Just curious, why only one winner, isn't it the top three? Was it due to the small number of entries? Thanks for the fun contests, I love them.

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