Wednesday, July 15, 2015

SVG Cutting Files' Challenge, Anything Goes!



The Challenge
Create a project of your choice with a file from SVG Cutting Files as your main focus. 

Guidelines
1. Your project must be new.
2. Link your project by 8/14/15 at the blog or 
at our Facebook Group's "Anything Goes" Album, HERE
3. Winner will receive a $10 gift certificate to SVG Cutting Files' store.

Our Winner from Last Month's Challenge
Congratulations to Barbara R!
Such a fun card featuring "Party Pooper" from Poopez.


Please contact us at sales@svgcuttingfiles.com to claim your gift certificate.


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And Now some inspiration from our Design Team.
For more details about a project,
 click on the name of the designer and that will take you to their blog.  

New Strawberry Gift Bag
Be sure to stop by Michelle's bog to see all her fabulous party ideas. 

Thanks for playing along at our challenge,
Annie, Barb, Brigit, Candace, Candace O, Cassandra, Cindy, Crystal, GiGi, Gwen, Jamie, Mel, Michelle, and Trixie.


7 comments:

Vicki D Sweet Love Canada said...

Wow so many beautiful projects! Fab work. 😀

Blue6366 said...

Oh how fun. Love the projects the DT created for this month's challenge. Can't wait to play along with you.

Creative M said...

They are all ADORABLE!! DT ladies you ROCK!
Congrats to the winner!
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
Crafting With Creative M

Beckie Williams said...

The DT did such a fab job!! I love it all .... and I love this month's challenge!!

Sherrie K. said...

Awesome DT projects!! Thanks for a fun challenge!
Sherrie K

Melissa said...

Gr8t projects DT, thanks for the challenge!

Lacey said...

I loved this challenge. I made some baby shower centerpieces in March for a friend using the Chibi Babies and I fell in love with them. In that project I made a 3D umbrella that came out great but was very time consuming. I've created a simplified version using the Kawaii Umbrella, Kawaii Baby Bottle Shaped Card, Rubber Duckie, Chibi Babies & Girl in Cloud files from svgcuttingfiles.com. I got the raindrops from SVGCuts.com's, Bunny Hop Kit. I sandwiched a piece of fishing wire between two raindrops to make the rain.