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Saturday, 24 April 2010

Challenge 29 'Whole Lotta Fun,' NEW Digi Release & Winners of Ch 28

How to play:


This fortnights theme is 'Whole Lotta Fun' and we want to see HOLES somewhere in your design. Create a card or craft item featuring holes e.g., apertures with hung images or as part of a layered design, punched holes, cut outs, etc....

You must also include a DIGI IMAGE somewhere, but this doesn't have to be a Bee Crafty one.
Please submit your entry by Saturday 8th May (Midday UK) by posting on your own blog and using Mister Linky below.
The PRIZE is any one of Bee Crafty's digi images.

NEW DIGI RELEASE 'Toy Chest.' Go to the shop here.
Here is a version coloured with Prisma colour pencils...

Now for some inspiration for this fortnights challenge from my Design Team...

Kim's gorgeous and well designed card uses a feature hole to hang 'Wish Fairy - Original Girl' from

Sheri's lovely layering shows a more subtle way to use apertures in a design with 'Bunny and Flowers'


Victoria's clever use of a treat cup and water with the 'Fish' digi is a great use of an aperture


Check out Elaine's blog for some top tips on Victorias technique

Winners of Challenge 28
Firstly is this beautifully designed and crafted card by BJ

And this wonderful, elegant set using Bee Crafty Wedding images by Minerva

Congratulations! You both win your choice of a Bee Crafty image :)

6 comments:

BJ said...

HI,

Thank You!!!! I'm so excited to have had my Wedding Card picked. But I don't know how to collect the prize. Everything that I have clicked on that might lead me to you comes up Can not Find Web page.
Samething when I try and use the email address you have posted.

Alicia said...

I am honoured to have my card in the designer spot! Thanks for letting me know so I could check it out:)
Alicia xx

Gina said...

Thanks for an interesting challenge folks.
love as always Gina x x x

Deb Neerman said...

Fabulous DT samples ... as usual! Thanks for another fun challenge, ladies!

Spyder said...

Lovely DT cards
((Lyn))

Joanne Gilch said...

Under the black ribbon top Right corner is my punched hole. I used a Japanese screw punch to get through the layers before tying my ribbon in a knot.