Monday, June 07, 2010

TCP Tuesday 113

It's Tuesday! And Susan is the Hostess with the Mostess this Tuesday. And her challenge this week is a Stamp Challenge. And this week Susan is challenging you a 'bet. Okay, that's a pun. Susan is challenging you to use one of our alphabet stamps in your project this week.

I have to say that I love our alphabets a lot. They are not too big and not too small, they are jussst right for cardmaking and scrapbooking. And they really have The Cat's Pajamas attitude, too. If you can't find a sentiment you want, these alphabets will help you spell it right out. And with feeling.

So check out Susan's project here. Pretty nifty, right?

Check out the other members of The Cat Pack this week for their take on this stamp challenge.

Just add your own design to your Splitcoast Gallery using keywords TCPTues113 or to your blog and then use the Inlink button at the bottom of the post to add your design to this page. You could be eligible to be the next Swanky Stamper of the Month and win 25 smackeroos, that's $25 in Cat's Cash.

Here are the deets for the challenge.

1. Each a week one of The Cat Pack will host a challenge.
2. The challenges will vary {stamp, technique, color, theme, sketch, etc.}
3. You will have until the end of the month to complete the challenge.
4. Post your design using the Inlink Button at the bottom of this post. Your design must be linked and visible to this blog post to be considered.
5. TCP stamps are not required, but of course, highly encouraged. {Unless it is a challenge calling for a specific stamp}
6. There will be one winner each month. They will be deemed that month’s Swankiest Stamper and get $25 in Cat’s Cash {money to spend on the TCP site!}.
7. Only designs posted to this blog post will be considered for the Swanky Stamper.
8. The newly crowned Swanky Stamper will be announced on the First of the Month and have his/her winning entry posted on The Cat’s Pajamas website where he/she will reign for the entire month.

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