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Monday, April 18, 2011

Squigglefly Challenge #94 - SFC94 - The Squigglefly Workout!

Hello and happy Monday to you friends!  Thanks to all of those that have played along with us in our last challenge!!  We love to see what you come up with!.....Now to announce the winner of our last week's challenge!  So we would like to congratulate:
Laurel  
 We loved your creation and thank you for playing!
*Please contact Holly to collect your prize winnings!!*
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Are you ready for our NEXT challenge today?!!

  It's a SQUIGGLEFLY WORKOUT this week!!  NO...not THAT kind of "physical" workout...but a workout with your digital stamps!!  How do YOU like to use your digital stamps?...show us on your creation this week!  (Weather it's printing out and coloring with your favorite media, making background papers, combining images, or paper piecing with your digi stamps....SHOW US!!)
  
**You don't *have* to use a Squigglefly image, but in order to qualify for a prize you MUST use one.  You can also combine SF images with non-SF images to qualify too!  Don't have one?  Then try looking at the FREEBIES section and use one of those!**

  Have a look at the wonderful inspiration the talented DT has created for you:

 Dani 
 using A Trusted Friend by Joy Hal
Her favorite way is to make them look Vintage! Coloring with Copics and using distress inks:


Jan
using Easter Bonnet Cutie by Lynne Stansbery
She likes to color her SF digis with Primsa pencils,  paper piecing
and combine a sentiment with the image:


Marlene
using Party Guy and Party Gal by Nate Owens and Speech Bubbles from FREEBIES!
She likes to electronically merge her images:


Melody
using Beautiful Butterfly  by Joy Hall and Flowers Set by Lynne Stansbery
Her favorite way is to color her Squigglefly digis with Copics and white gel pen:


Rebecca
using Stitched Easter by Paulette Long
Her favorite way to use her Squigglefly digis is to paper piece
and use hand-made flowers with them like shown here:


 Stephanie
using Baby Items by Paulette Long
She enjoys adding things to the images...no coloring here! More on her blog...


Sue 
 using Seasonal House on a Hill by Rich Davis
Her favorite way to use her Squigglefly digis is to combine them with her rubber stamps
to make a nice scene on her creation:


Vicki - Here's mine
using (After Dark) French Maid Service by Lynne Stansbery, Age is Only Important When by Marlene S.
and Peacock Tile by Teresa Ward.
My favorite way to use digital stamps is using Copic markers/chalk, combining images and digital 'omitting'..more info on my blog...


I hope you've enjoyed the wonderful inspiration from the DT and join with us!  Here are a few more things you need to know when linking your creation:

1) If you up-load your creation to any on-line photo galleries, please use SFC94 for your keywords when loading your creation  photo there.
2) You don't *have* to include a Squigglefly image on your creation, but in order to qualify for the prize you will need to use one!  You can also combine SF images with non-SF images to qualify!  Don't have one?  There are several FREEBIES you can grab!
3) You have one week to complete the challenge and it will close Sunday evening.  The winner will be announced at the same time the new challenge post comes up...so be sure to check back EVERY Monday to see if you are a winner!
4)  Please add a DIRECT link to your creation in the collection InLinkz below so we can find it! (new creations only and no back-linking please!) If you have two entries, then just start another collection link to enter again.

Thanks for stopping by and we look forward to seeing what you create!!



3 comments:

  1. Such amazing creations girls!! A gorgeous work-out with your Squigglefly digital stamps!! :)

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  2. Gorgeous work by the team. I love what you can do with digis!

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  3. Love the work by the team! :)

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