Welcome Everyone To FSC’s 100th Posting
What could be better than a Glitz And Glamour theme at FSC for their 100th posting and also a Blog Hop.
Please read the information carefully below because everyone who leaves a comment on each of the Design Team’s posts will be in with a chance of winning their inspirational make.
To celebrate our success and to say a huge thanks to each and everyone of you fashionable crafters for joining us each fortnight (many from the very first challenge) we are starting this auspicious occasion with a ‘Blog Hop’. There will be prizes on offer to go along with this weeks theme which could only be …
‘Glitz & Glamour’
Even though this will be our first Blog Hop lots of you will already be familiar with the concept. If not here’s how it works, start at FSC click on the the first name and Hop to that blog and leave them a comment. You keep hopping until you have left all the Design Team a comment.
Leaving them a comment is important as each DT member will be doing a draw from comments on their blog’s for the chance for you to win their fabulous inspirational make. As well as one lucky winner receiving the €20 voucher to spend at our sponsor’s store.
If you have done everything right you have landed here to leave your comment and I am the last so no more hopping. If you have lost your way you can always pop back to FSC and start over.
We have more news for you.
Also starting from today FSC is changing to monthly. Each challenge will now be starting the second Sunday of the month.
Time to have a look at what I have made for the 100th challenge and what you could possibly win.
As you know I love making kinetic cards and this one is another of those. When finished it fits into a DL envelope perfectly. Used the same inks to colour her in as I did on the ladies.
It is a cascading card and is meant to make the Runway stamps look as if they are on a catwalk. It kinda worked!!! The front has this glamourous stamp which you can find here, used her on this card here and I loved her so much that I just knew she was going on the front of my make for this challenge. Used the same inks to colour her in as I did on the stamped ladies.
Very photo heavy but I wanted to try and show the flowing element of the card. Stood above the piece and took a photo which shows the layers better.
Can you guess why there is not much inking around the edges? It’s because the girls made this yesterday as their class make.
I can honestly say they loved making it but don’t worry I made sure they didn’t handle it as I wanted no inky smudges to spoil it.
Lastly here are the two back pages. There is also a blank page behind the Paris image which I left deliberately because whoever wins this I will be writing a little something and signing it. Good Luck everyone and you have one month so don’t forget to enter this challenge.
I would love it if you hopped on over to see all the DT’s work as they are simply stunning. Also don’t forget that the winner of this challenge has $20 to choose anything they like from Flonz’s store.