Wow.. I can't believe we are at the 100th post for the Critter Sketch Challenge Blog. I was honoured to be chosen to be on the first design team when Melanie started back in February 2010. I have been on the Design Team for almost the entire two years. I have loved every minute of it!!
Want to win some fabulous prizes??
Here is what you need to do!
- You must visit all of the blogs on the hop.. see below and leave some love on their creations.
- After you have left some love on each of the participating blogs head back to the Critter Blog and leave a comment that you visited everyone.
- Create a project using the sketch provided and then upload your project over at the Critter Blog.
- Make sure your projects are uploaded by February 5th, 2012 at 5:00 EST
There are three prizes to be won so make sure you complete each of the steps above in order to be eligible to win.
Here is the Sketch!
Here is my creation.. now.. I know what you are saying.. it doesn't really look like the sketch - but I promise.. I started with this sketch and it just transformed. Do you ever do that? Start with a sketch and it ends up different? I was really concerned and even contemplated starting over.. I asked my hubby and he said, well other than the two dots... I think it looks like it... so I figured if he could see the correlation it can't be too far off!! HaHa!!
Blue Cardstock - Bazzill
Cream Cardstock - Bazzill Swiss Dot
Brown Cardstock - Stampin' Up
Star Eyelets - from my Stash
Distress Ink - Tim Holtz - Vintage Photo
Frame and Words cut from "Old West" Cricut Cartridge
Head on over to Lacey's blog to continue on with the fun!!
We have some fantastic sponsors who have once again joined up with this Critter Sketch Challenge Blog to provide you with some great prizes! Please make sure you check them out!!
Here is our blog hop order just
in case you didn't start at the
beginning or in case you are lost!
Robin (where you should have come from)
Moira (that's me!!)
Lacey (where you are going next)
Critter Sketch Challenge Blog (where you need to be at the very end)