Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Tuesday Throwdown #303 Favorite Embellishments

Welcome to Tuesday Throwdow #303! What fabulous projects and cards everyone did last week! We are so excited to share some inspiration for this new challenge. See below for details. We look forward to your submissions.
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Our winner from the last challenge, chosen via random.org is:


 36. Connie's Bizarre Mad 
Congratulations Connie!
 Please e-mail me at tuesdaythrowdown@gmail.com 
by August 2, 2016 to claim your prize.

Congratulations, ladies!  Be sure to grab our "Winner" and "Top 3 button" to proudly display on your blog.  Click on the TT Button tab in the toolbar above to get your button.
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 Our challenge theme this week is Favorite Embellishments. Please list your favorite embellishment.
Please note, entries which do not follow the theme will not count for the prize draw and may be removed. Please turn off word verification so our DT members can leave a comment.
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Visit the DT blogs for more details on their projects and leave them a little comment love while you're there.  We all love getting feedback, don't we?
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This week's Sponsor: Power Poppy


Looking for a stamp company that's unabashedly upbeat and thoroughly original? That's the spirit at Power Poppy. Graphic designer, illustrator, and gardening fiend Marcella Hawley's irresistible stamp line is inspired by her starry-eyed take on life, with designs that boost positivity and delight in life's small moments. Based in the Midwest, Power Poppy stamps feature whimsical botanicals, nostalgic vignettes, and snappy handlettered sentiments. Power Poppy was founded to help folks experience the jolt of joyfulness that comes from making something creative, colorful, and truly unique.

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Power Poppy has generously provided stamps for the DT to use.


Andrea
using image Arranging Roses and sentiment Everything's Rosy



using image Arranging Roses and sentiment Everything's Rosy




Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Tuesday Throwdown TT302 One Layer

Welcome to Tuesday Throwdown # 302 One Layer challenge. What fabulous projects and cards everyone did last week! Thank you for participating in our challenges and joining in the fun! This week we have a new challenge for you. Thanks to all who hopped along with us for our 300th Anniversary Blog Hop.
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Our winner from the last challenge, chosen via random.org is:
 36. KartenKram 

Congratulations KartenKram 
 Please e-mail me at tuesdaythrowdown@gmail.com 
by 26 July 2016 to claim your prize.

Congratulations, ladies!  Be sure to grab our "Winner" and "Top 3 button" to proudly display on your blog.  Click on the TT Button tab in the toolbar above to get your button.
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 Our challenge theme this week is One Layer

As always, qualified projects are anything papercrafting related. 
Please note, entries which do not follow the theme will not count for the prize draw and may be removed.  BACKLINKED ENTRIES WILL BE REMOVED.
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Visit the DT blogs for more details on their projects and leave them a little comment love while you're there.  We all love getting feedback, don't we?
Our designers love to visit your blogs and leave comments. Therefore, we kindly ask that you turn off Word Verification!  They won't be commenting if it's on
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This week's Sponsor: A Muse Studio


Kim is giving away this beautiful Mini Blooms stamp set.
Sign up for A Muse Studio's newsletter here.
Follow Kim on these following platforms for more ideas and inspirations: BlogFacebookInstagram
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Here are the creations from Team A.

Berni
Simply Defined Bloom collection and corner dies

RBBB & TAC

CraftyGirl Creations "Lighthouse Turtle" image

Jacqueline 
Using Images by: My Grafico 



Rachelle
We miss you. Hope to see you next challenge

Using 2 digis from Digi Darla Stamps


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