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Saturday, October 4, 2008

Happy World Card Making Day!!!!!!

Morning everyone and happy WCMD to you!

Challenge #1
Let's get warmed up with a little give away first. This is probably my favorite card to date.

Now all you have to do for a chance at the give away is post a link to your favorite card. I will randomly draw a name for the RAK

Challenge #2
OK, so here is a challenge for the little ones. My girls love making cards fro friends and family. The especially love all my Odd Bird Planet stamps. Here is a card that Katie made for my little one year old niece.

Here is the challenge. Have your child make a card and post a link to it here before midnight CST. The card does not have to use stamps. I will have the girls help me put together a special RAK for your son or daughter.

Remember to check back soon for the Odd Bird Planet Challenge. I will be giving away OBP stamps. You will also be entered in a draweing to have a chance to win the following:
*One winner will receive a $100 OBP shopping spree
*One winner will receive one Lime Tart kit
*One winner will receive all of the stamps in the October Special Deal

Odd Bird Challenge!
Did you know there are only 82 days until Christmas?!? If you are anything like me, Christmas gets to be a pretty hectic time. I always plan to make all of these hand made cards and then run out of time. So let's get a jump on the game. My challenge to you is to create a Christmas card (please no previously made cards) post it on-line and then leave me a comment telling me where to find it. Remember, this is for the Odd Bird Stamp prizes listed above. The more cards you make, the more chances you have to win.


Here is a sample to get your juices flowing.


I added stickles to the berries and used my green gelly roller on the leaves.

Have fun!

I am out of here for the night. You have until midnight tomorrow night to post your Odd Bird Planet challenge and midnight tonight for the other two. Have a wonderful weekend!

12 comments:

Suzie Webb said...

Morning Lisa...that is such a cute card with that big 'ole owl :) I am no where near the card maker of most of your girls, but I did this little guy, and love the results:
http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/pg.asp?cmd=display&gallery=1&layout_id=1399722
Enjoy NCMD!

Suzie Webb said...

http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/pg.asp?cmd=display&gallery=1&layout_id=1399722

Life At Camellia Cottage said...

This is one of my favorite cards made recently. I love that I found the sheet music and also love the texture of felt and velvet ribbon. Thanks! Becky G.

http://camelliacottagedesigns.blogspot.com/2008/10/joy-to-world.html

Juliet Diley said...

Love that owl!

Here is probably my favorite card to date.....

http://ascrappinfriendsy.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=13801&ppuser=5

I'll be back with at least a Christmas card! Going to see if I can get my dd to make a card!

Jill Cooper said...

OK, I posted all the info for all the challenges here:

http://jillcoopersblog.wordpress.com/2008/10/04/more-card-challenges/

Paula Laird said...

Love your owl!!! This is one of my favorite cards that I've made recently. http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1004203?cat=500&ppuser=64857
Happy WCMD!!!

Heather Grow said...

My niece is 7. She made 5 cards today. My favorite is her freehanded castle. I think her fish card that says, "something smells fishy around here" is funny too. And, she used her OBP Kaylea's Space Owl stamp.

Tania said...

This is my favorite card I created recently : http://poekietoe.blogspot.com/2008/09/eindelijk.html
I'm going to try to get back later with a christmas card.
Thanks for the challenges.

Annelies said...

This is one of my favorite cards. Thanks for a chance to win! Greetings from Belgium, Annelies

Annelies said...

You can find my Christmas card for the OB Challenge here . Hugs, Annelies

almadr said...

Here is my card:
http://scrapownia.blogspot.com/2008/10/some-news-from-my-scrappy-messy-room.html

almadr said...

and another:
http://scrapownia.blogspot.com/2008/10/lime-tart-challenges.html