Thursday, May 26, 2011

Gingersnap Challenge!!

I hope you enjoy this uses the denim technique from the Technique Junkie newsletter and is also for the Gingersnap Challenge .  If you participate in the challenge you can win the Fabulous TJ Emboss or Die CD!!

Below is the information from The Gingersnap Website:


Using a medium blue, rust and tan, create a sensational papercrafting or mixed media project! This color scheme is extremely versatile and we can't wait to see all your wonderful variations!

When the challenge closes on June 19, 2011, we will pick 10 Ginger Gems - fabulous creations that we feel really exemplify that challenge's objective. The Ginger Gems will appear in our wrap-up post and in a slide show in the blog bar for an entire week and their creators will have the honor of displaying our Ginger Gems blog badge.

This month, we would also like to thank the Technique Junkies Newsletter for their generous sponsorship.

The Technique Junkie Newsletter was started in 2002 as a resource for Rubber Stamping Techniques. The Newsletter is published every-other month, featuring 15 or more stamping techniques in step-by-step format. Subscribers can choose to receive the newsletter in the mail (comes with access to the online tutorials) or an online-only subscription. Each technique has a corresponding pictorial online, and a full page of inspirational artwork by the talented Technique Junkie Newsletter Designers. To date, over 850 Techniques have been published, by far the largest and most extensive library of rubber stamping tutorials available.

One randomly drawn winner from the qualifying participants for this challenge will become our new Home Page Artist for a week as well as winning the fabulous "Emboss or Die" CD from Technique Junkies and, for this final challenge, a two-year online only subscription to the fabulous Technique Junkie Newsletter.


Evelyn S. said...

When I saw the TJ DT creations, I immediately liked yours the best!!! It's great, Ann!

Shirley said...

A really wonderful card, Ann! I love your technique too!