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Friday, 1 June 2018

Challenge 48

Hi everyone welcome to another great challenge at
Crafty Girls Creations.


Thank you so much  for your wonderful entries last month we loved looking at them all.


It's now time to announce our winner and top 3.


TOP 3
No 54 - Marja
No 92 - Bissen Buduaari
No 110 - Ginny



Congratulations please take your top 3 badge from the tab section blog badges.



WINNER
No 2 - Its a black and white Ball
Picture


Congratulations please take your winners badge from the tab section blog badges.
and
e-mail 
fiona.walker3@aol.co.uk
for details on how to claim your prize.
With Crafty Girls Creations in the subject line.

Thank you so much to our wonderful sponsor
Imagine That digi stamps


CHALLENGE 48
As Always our challenge is anything goes


This months sponsor we have
Bugaboo Stamps
Bugaboo digital Stamps

As well as having a store bugaboo have a brilliant facebook group for your inspiration which you can find
HERE
As well as a fantastic challenge blog called
Catch the Bug
which you can find
HERE


My excellent design team have been busy creating for your inspiration and here are their fabulous makes.









Lisa
Using Wizardy Wizard
To follow

To enter the challenge please click on the blue frog.
Good luck everyone.
We look forward to seeing your entries.

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment. X

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  2. Thank you very much for choosing my card for a Top 3! It is an honor to be chosen by your peers like this!
    ~ginny

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    1. Thank you so much for taking part in the challenge. X

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  3. Thank you for the challenge. Lovely work by the design team.

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment.

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  4. I love Fiona’s coloring! How did you make her hair look so shiny?

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    1. Thank you joy. I use marco raffine pencils for my colouring I always blend the colours in with a lighter colour and always leave spaces when colouring to push the darker colour out with a lighter pencil. The image was coloured on normal printer paper so nothing special with the oil pencils find them easier to blend.

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