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National Craft Month Challenge


And what better way to celebrate than to have a little contest and some Blog Booty!!  Here’s the skinny on this month.  Since it’s National Craft Month, in order to qualify to win the Blog Booty, you must be a follower of my blog & create something ~ anything and share the link in your comment left under this post.  It can be altered art, a layout, card, birthday party decorations, em>whatever!   Don’t cheat now…  please don’t use something already done… I know it may have crossed your pretty mind.  Com’on!  Take some time this month and create a little something. 

**To follow me:
~ you can enter your email address to the left (scroll down a bit) to receive emails when I post something new.
~sign into my blog using he Google Friend Connect also to the left.  It’s the section where you’ll see little pictures of my friends.  I love making new friends so please sign up!

{Another little incentive for ya.. if you have a blog and share my challenge on your blog, make sure you leave me the link in a comment also.  You’ll get a 2nd chance to win!}

Next, get busy!! Here’s what you’re crafting for.  Simple Stories Elementary Designer Cardstock  set and 2 matching sticker packs.

Oh, and if you live in Racine, Kenosha (WI) or Northern Illinois area my Advanced Scrapbooking Class (for adults) at the Southwest Kenosha Public Library is almost half full already.  The class is Wednesday, April 18th from 6:30-8:30 pm.  You must sign up ahead to time but….its FREE to you!  The Kenosha Library sponsers the class so you can come scrap for free!  Student need to bring adhesive (tape runner, glue dots, etc.) and one 5×7″ photo or three to five 4×6″ photos.  Each student will leave with a 12×12 layout in which we will incorporate different ways to add texture and dimension to your to project. 

You can check out the rest of the Kenosha Library’s Winter/Spring 2012 Schedule here.  Call (262)564-6159 today to sign up!   There’s only about 10 spots left! 

Ok, go on now… get scrappin!

11 thoughts on “National Craft Month Challenge

  1. Hey, Jody! I am so impressed with the class you are teaching within the Kenosha Library system. Too bad it would be such a commute from Boston! I may be interested in starting such a program in our local library, so may be reaching out to you. I am working on a project totally new and way out of my comfort zone, so wish me luck. I may be posted here!

    1. I’d be happy to give your some tips! Just send me a message on LS or email me 🙂 I’m looking forward to seeing your post

  2. Wish I lived closer to take your class. That would be so much fun! You go girl!

  3. I linked up my mini-album to your challenge and mentioned it on my blog.

    1. Yay Lynn! You just earned your 2nd chance in the drawing. Thanks so much for playing along! I love your mini!

  4. Jody…I was so inspired by your post, that I jumped all over the challenge…out of my comfort zone, and into the economical world of upcycling.

  5. OK…so I placed a link to your upcycling post on my blog, and I think I uploaded a link to my post, as you suggested. I had a blast with this project, and no doubt, will be upcycling again some time soon. I hope you take a peak at my layout & my blog post…I think you’ll get a kick out of it. HUGS!

  6. Jody, thanks for visiting Eniko’s Playhouse! -You were a great inspiration! I was delighted to be a part of your National Craft Month Challenge!

  7. What a great idea to celebrate National Craft Month. Here the link to my creation:

    1. I’m blessed to have some talented & wonderful followers & friends here! I love all of your creations and hope to see a few more by Saturday! Thanks for playing along everyone~
      Lots of hugs!

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