How are you doing? You are excited? Why??
Well, maybe because of this post :)?! Yes, it´s true! DYSU Challenge Blog is looking for 2-3 new Design Team Members and a new DT Lead Coordinator! If that aint a reason to be excited ... :D
The Call ends June 2nd and meanwhile we would love to see more of your aaaaawesome creations! No idea what to create today? Not sure which theme you would like to craft about? Unsure which paper to choose?! No problem at all! How about ...
DYSU Challenge 21: ANIMALS *roar*
Get out your animal stamps, your patterned paper or whatever you´ll find to relate to our animal theme this week!
This weeks sponsors are:
Stichy Bear: gives a $10 Gift Voucher for the shop (Stitchy Bear, Floppy Latte, Delicious Doodles images only)
and would you believe it?! Our talented Design Team member Miranda! Miranda gives 2 newly for winner-only made digital images!
Please welcome our Guest Designer
My name is Jenn Zeeb, I will be married 20 years on May 25 with 4 kids from 7 (first grade) to 18 (just finished her 1st year in college). I am the PTA president at my youngest son’s school and work 2 days a week at a lunch/coffee shop.
I have been playing with paper for as long as I can remember. I started selling for Stampin Up, but stopped because I found out I liked buying and playing a lot more than selling. Then I started scrapbooking and found out I have a paper hording problem. My husband calls it “kindling” but think I might have to get help one day. I have met great people both scrapbooking an n card making, so I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Now get inspired by our Design Team over at DYSU
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I used the penguins from Stitchery Bear for this. Have you seen the 'letters to Santa' advertised in the papers around Christmas time - more importantly - have yuo seen the cost of them!!! So Make your own. I used a fairly heavy weight paper - full A4 size - added the digi and some text for the child to fill in - then creased it Z shape (that's ar the 10cm mark). They sit nicely in a DL envelope which you can print Santa's address on the front and a smaller version of the digi - I just love digis!