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Thanks to all of you who inquired about what had happened to our challenge website! We had a bit of a glitch, but thanks to several people, we're back up and running!
As many of you didn't have a chance to visit as our last challenge began, we're going to continue with this challenge for one more week. Our next challenge will begin on Tuesday, April 28, 2015.
So check below for our challenge to make a project featuring the colors of a favorite team!
Thanks to everyone who submitted an entry in our challenge to use Stampin' Up! Project Life products. With so few entries from which to choose our Top 3, you can imagine that we had a hard time, especially as all of the projects were wonderful.
So we're happy to thank each one of you individually for your projects. I hope those of you who would like some ideas for using your Project Life by Stampin' Up (PLxSU) will find some inspiration in these projects.
Thanks to all of you who participated in our SUO Challenge 102! Our coordinator has a favorite grandson (they're all favorites, of course) visiting and is staying away from the computer as much as she can to enjoy his company.
Please look for the Top 3 Announcement for this challenge to be published with the Top 3 Announcement for the Challenge that begins tomorrow, August 12!
Thanks to everyone who participated in our latest challenge. It's been fun seeing what everything thinks of when they think, "Summer!"
Thanks especially to our Top 3 whom we felt did the best job of capturing our theme for the week! Click on the pictures of their projects to go to their blogs or galleries for more details.
Julia Quinn. What a soft beach collage Julia created! The colors and embellishments she used created a gorgeous depth and texture to this project. The decorated inside of this card is the perfect finishing touch! Definitely a work of art!
Melissa Cochran (Crazy Paper Freak). This is another beautiful collage. The colors are so different, but the details are equally compelling. The red color accenets and the coloring in of some of the background map really make this card pop. All of the elements seemed to be arranged perfectly!
Joanne James (The Crafty Owl). We love the balance of this design, with the colors on the ship, as ween through the "porthole," beautifully catching the Island Indigo color of the background. The porthole is so much fun, too, as it catches the sense of the ship at sea.