Friday, March 24

CFC170 - No Dies Allowed

Thank you to all who applied to our call. 103 amazing designers from all over the world shared their blogs with us and we truly enjoyed visiting to see your work. The invitations to the team were sent out on April 2nd and we look forward to planning the introduction of the new team! You will love them!

Welcome friends. We are so glad you are joining us for the revamped CAS-ual Fridays challenge. There are no genre restrictions for this challenge. Link up your clean and simple designs or layer it on -- the choice is yours.  Make sure to link back to this blog post and include the graphic below in your post for consideration of being chosen a winner.

For this challenge, we want you to put your dies away. We know we all love them but let's let our stamps take the spotlight.

What are your playing for? 10 winning entries will be highlighted on this blog each Thursday before a new challenge is set to go live the next day.  In addition, Michele has generously offered up a $25 gift certificate to the overall winner at CAS-ual Friday stamps. And if that weren't enough, if the chosen winner has used CAS-ual Friday stamps and/or dies as the main focus in the card, that gift certificate will increase to $50.

Now let's see what our designers came up with for this challenge. Please click on their name above the photo to be taken directly to their blog to learn more about the project and to give them some love.

Also, you can find direct links to the CAS-ual Friday stamps and Fri-dies that the designers used which are linked underneath their names. Remember, you don't have to use CAS-ual Fridays stamps and dies to play along but if you do and you are the winner, your gift certificate increases to $50.

Okay, now it's your turn to play along. You will have until April 4th to play along. Don't forget to check back on April 6th for our Happy Hour post where we will announce the winners.


Emily Shroom said...

Beautiful makes from the DT for inspiration, thanks for the challenge!

Anita in France said...

What a fabulous selection of cards, ladies ... wonderful inspiration, thank you! Anita :)