What an awesome response to April's Creative Dare…43 submissions for my 43rd BIRTHDAY!!!! That is like 43 gifts! Thank you to everyone who participated. Your work was beautiful. Congratulations to #3 TINA SARMIENTO for being our APRIL The Crafter's Workshop WINNER and #38 LAURIANNA for being our April Beacons Adhesives WINNER! Please email your shipping addresses to me at firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize!
I DARE YOU to Create…..
May's Creative Dare:
Your Creative Dare is to write a letter to you. Write a letter to the infant you, toddler you, teenager you, etc. Think back to how far you have come and not where you wish you were. Give yourself praise for the path you have taken. You can read my letter HERE.
I dare you to incorporate the following elements from our Sponor: Faber Castell Design Memory Craft (not required to participate)
Here is my Creative Dare for MAY that I created LIVE on April 29th and shared HERE:
It is easy to submit! Just upload your layouts below "ADD YOUR LINK"! If you do not have a blog to link to don't worry! You can still upload to Flicker HERE and link from there too! I DARE you to get creative and to work outside your comfort zones….
I would like to thank my two official sponsor for this month……...Faber Castell Design Memory Craft. So many fun products!!
please stop by and like them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DesignMemoryCraft?fref=ts and let them know Tracy Weinzapfel Sent you! We will be TWO random winners!
I dare you to dig deep and take the Creative Dare! ♥♥♥. Also……please take a moment this month to sign up for my new Newsletter:
I am excited to announce my new monthly newsletter of all the happenings in my studio and how YOU can participate!!! It is fast and easy to sign up. Simply input your email & name and you are set!
This is another way to stay connected. Thank you!
Take a break every now and then and pat yourself on the back. Applaud yourself for doing what needs to be done. And be careful not to spend so much time looking at how far you still have to go, that you forget to appreciate how far you’ve already come."