You can enter a card into both challenges for a chance to win a $10.00
Gift certificate to either store...of course if you enter both
challenges with the images you could walk off with $20 worth of prizes!
$10 for the Stamping Chef and $10 for Simply B Stamps! WHOOHOO!!!
Now the challenge rules...
Using Bite Me by The Stamping Chef you are challenged to (Blood)
SPLATTER your projects!
So there you have it...two awesome images for just $1.00 to participate
and win $10 gift certificate to either store depending on which one you
win! Pretty nifty yeah?
Of course there is a catch...you only
have 24 hours to get them at the $1.00 price! They will be at normal
pricing as of Monday Sept. 9th at 12:00 AM PST! ( 9:00 AM CET) (8:00AM GMT)
You will have two weeks from today Sept. 8th at 12:00 AM PST (9:00 AM
CET) (8:00AM GMT) till Sept. 22nd at 11:55 PM PST (8:55 AM CET) (7:55AM GMT) to upload your
projects for these two cuties in the linky tool on SBS Blog!
Winners will be announced Sept. 23rd at the according blogs!
Now, get going and grab your Bite Me and Annierexia images and get to
splattering and glittering!
Right now the rules are all out of the way, time for my DT Sous Chef card I unfortunately only had time to work with Bite Me for this challenge and here she is!
I have used plain purple bazzill cardstock and the patterned papers are from doodlebug Halloween pack and Echo Park Apothecary 6x6 paper pad. The spiders web die is from Memory Box and the sentiment was cut using spellies plain circles and lacy circles dies. I typed the sentiment in Word using a free font called Bloody and added a charm on some thread dangling from the sentiment. The roses started off plain white and I coloured them using copics, BV08 and R46. Added some punched black leaves and some pins and also some pearls around the corners.
The blood splatters were created using adirondacks Acrylics in Cranberry. I squirted and spread them about on a clear plastic bag and then pushed them around to make splats! When they were dry I cut them out and stuck them down using pinflair.
Thanks for stopping by, why not check out the other DT girls blogs who have taken part for lots more inspiration!