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Fri 01

Memory Box Challenge #55- Patterned Paper

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Greetings friends.  It is a new month and time to introduce another Memory Box challenge. We hope you will play along with the theme through the end of the month.  You will even have the chance to win prizes!  Thank you SO MUCH to everyone who played along with us for our last challenge.  It was fun to see all your leafy inspiration.

The winner of the blog badge was Diana Nguyen from the Yours Truly blog.  We loved her use of color to accentuate the leaf:

Winner

The random winner selected from all the entries to win the prize was Alice from the Scrap & C blog. Congratulations!

Please contact me at stampjournal@gmail.com to claim your prize.

Want to play along in this month's challenge?  The rules are simple - just create a project following the theme, use at least one Memory Box stamp or die on your project and link your entry to this blog post.  You can make a card, a scrapbook page, a home decor item, etc..  To encourage participants with various levels of stamping experience, one entry will be selected at random to win a prize. Enter as many times as you want, but your name will only be entered once into the random prize drawing.   In addition, the design team will select their favorite entry to  be highlighted on the Outside the Box blog and that designer will receive our winner badge to proudly display on their blog. 

You don't have to have a blog in order to participate.   You can upload your project to any online gallery and link it to this post.   In fairness to other players, we reserve the right to remove entries that do not use at least one Memory Box product.  You are also welcome to link your design to other challenges.  Feel free to grab our badge to post on your blog post or side bar.

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You may not have noticed but Memory Box has two new 6"x 6" patterned paper packs.  The new release has inspired us to issue a patterned paper challenge.  Of course you can use either of the new packs or choose paper for your own stash.  How do you choose to add patterned paper to your cards?  Do you layer it?  Die cut it?  Stamp on top of it?  We would love to see how you use this versatile stamping supply.  All we ask is that you use at least one Memory Box product in your entry.  It can be a stamp, die, or paper...whatever you like!

Here are some samples to help inspire you.  They all use some of the new Memory Box papers:

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There are several ways for you to enter the contest:

1.)  Link your finished work below

2.)  Enter on Instagram by tagging your sketch project with the #mbchallenge55 hashtag

You have until the end of the day (EST) on Friday, November 29th.   Don't forget, you have to use at least one Memory Box item on your entry.  One project will be chosen at random to win the following prize:

 

 

Supplies

 

Comments

Yay!!!! I am very lucky! Thanks so much to you and to Mr. Random! :D Happy dance!
Big congrats to the winner of the blog badge, such beautiful and elegant card!

Thanks for another challenge! Love seeing all the beautiful works of the DT ladies! So inspiring!

Happy Dance to Alice - thank you for a new challenge and inspiration by the DT - it is a blessing to enter - have a wonderful day!

Thank you for the badge!!!

Oops! For some reason the link to my blog (Super Stick Chick) for the card "Thankful" did not work, so I entered it through my Flickr account (snazzyjj). The winter card "'Tis The Season" was linked in error; please delete. Thanks!

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