Welcome to Tuesday Throwdown #65. You all did an amazing job creating your projects. Thanks for giving us so much inspiration!
Our winner from last week's challenge chosen via random.org is:
Congratulations! Please e-mail me by Sept 10th to claim your prize.
Here's our top 3:
1. Sheri Willshire
29. Carolina Girl
Congratulations ladies! Be sure to grab our button for your blog!
For September, our guest designer is Shannon White.
Here's a little about Shannon:
Hi All! Well, First off I just want to say how very thrilled I am to be joining the Wonderfully Talented Ladies at Tuesday Throwdown, as their September Guest Designer! I am a longtime crafter/card maker who’s been creating since I was a little girl. It’s always been one of my most loved creative outlets and the keeper of my sanity..LOL. Lucky for me, I am also wife to a wonderful guy who is very understanding and encouraging with all my crazy crafting interests, which are many. Sigh...So many crafts...So little time..LOL. I’ve actually only started rubber stamping about 2 years ago and just started my blog this past February, so I am still pretty new to all of this, lol. But, all I can say is I am definitely hooked! lol I Love every minute of it and all the wonderful crafty people I have been blessed to meet, learn from and share with along the way. I would sure love for you to stop by and visit me sometime at
Robyn's Fetish Digital Stamps And More is proud to sponsor this challenge.
Robyn's Fetish Digital Stamps And More, a division of I Did It Creations, was created and is is owned by Robyn Weinrib. Robyn offers a wonderful variety of digital stamps and digital papers, designed to meet the needs of all digital paper crafting addicts for every occasion.
Robyn's Fetish Digital Stamps And More is happy to offer the winner of this challenge 5 digital stamps or 4 digital stamps and 1 digital paper set of their choice.
This week, our challenge is a recipe: 3 patterned papers, 2 buttons, 1 ribbon.
Robyn's Fetish has generously provided all digi stamps for the DT to use. Check out the DT's blog for more details.