YAY!!!!!!!!!!!! The time has arrived to start Scor-it Week! But before I begin, I would like to say
I must say, the DT and I were overwhelmed with all your amazing creations! There were a lot of new participants this past week - so welcome to all of you and we hope you'll continue to join us when you can.
Here's our Top Trio:
1) Julie S. - For a stunning pot of flowery goodness,
2) Wendi - She was feeling wacky, and we're sure glad she was because we love this card,
3) Ann - Who was pretty in pink with this stunning stamped background!
Congrats, ladies, and thank you for the inspiration :) You are welcome to grab the oh-so-special COTW blinkie over on the sidebar and add it to your blogs~
And of course, the Sunday post would not be complete without acknowledging the incredible efforts of those of you who completed each and every challenge from Sunday to Saturday - Now I double-check myself, but I'm afraid I sometimes leave people out :( So don't hesitate to let me know if you should also be on this list:
Di, Fi, Jana D, Ivy, Karen Lee, Audrey, Deanne, Rose Miller, Alicia, Debbie Stelton, Joann, Maz, Bex, and Rieca - great work and thank you for sticking with us and sharing your wonderful card creations every day!
So here's how Scor-it Week works:
Each day one of the DT members will present her take on the daily challenge, along with a tutorial on her blog. Scor-it Week runs from today, until Saturday, April 18th at 11:59 PM EST. You have until then to link up your cards from any of the challenges for the week. Each challenge you complete earns you one entry in the random drawing for a Scor-it Mini!
I would now like to introduce our sponsor:
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See for yourself! There is no other board that compares to the Scor-it.
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Please visit http://www.scorit.com/ to see the entire product line, watch videos, view and download step-by-step projects, and link to blog sites.To see the new die-cut cards, envelopes, file folders and album kits from Teresa Collins that were designed to coordinate with the Scor-it Board and the Bind-It-All visit http://www.teresacollinsdesigns.com/
The first scoring challenge is a gift card holder. Now, if you have a different pattern you do not have to copy my card design, but I have provided a tutorial on my personal blog if you would like one. Here is my card:
I love making gift card holders, and they are great to have around. Here are some others that I have made:
I would like to thank those of you who spread the word about Scor-it Week. I will add your names to a random drawing for a RAK, and I will announce the winner on tomorrow's post!
Well, what are you waiting for? Get scoring!!