Rules and Such...

- Challenges are posted every Wednesday
- You may combine this challenge with others
- You can use any products or stamps (you aren't restricted to just using Pixie Cottage, although we would love to see how you use our products too!)
- Post your creation on your blog with a direct link to this challenge
- Entries due by midnight (EST) on the Tuesday night before the next challenge
- Winners will be announced on Fridays!

Oct 26, 2011

The Pixie Cottage Challenge #93 - Go For Gold

It's Wednesday so it means another challenge here at The Pixie Cottage!
As always we have 2 parts to the challenge and you can choose either or both to play along with.
We have a fabulous sketch and our theme this week is "Go For Gold"

Remember you can use the sketch or the optional technique or both!
The randomly picked winner will win two stamps of their choice from the Pixie Cottage Collection. The winner will be announced on the Friday after the challenge ends.

This is the last card from our fabulous guest designer Jessica from Can You Pixel This? and she used South End Girl by Andrea T Seiler

Here are the rest of the team cards, we are saying goodbye to Anne, Sadia, Karen and Amber and Tanya is moving to our new tutorial team so be sure to drop by and send them some love for their new adventures in crafting.

Using Pumpkin Fairy Hannah by Sandra Hammer

Using Cupcake Set by ARTish

Using Springtime Hannah with Butterflies

Using I Luv My Blankie by Alisa Ramirez

Using You Give the Best Hugs by Alisa Ramirez

Using Car Clowns Digital Stamp by ARTish

Using Hannah at A Fence by Sandra Hammer

So now it's your turn to go and create and come back and share with us.
Please add your link to the gadget below so we can come and see your project.
No back links please, if the item was on your blog before October 26th then it will be removed. Thanks for your understanding on this matter.
The link gadget will close on November 1st at 11.59pm CST.


cotnob said...

Great DT inspiration, love the challenge, sorry I didn't use the sketch.

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