This month we dare you to make a card, project, layout, or whatever fits your stamping style using this month's theme - All Aboard! It has been Grand Central Station around here lately, Julee gave birth to two beautiful baby boys and has had her hands full! So I am challenging you to use chipboard, corrugated cardboard, or kraft on your creation or project! We can't wait to see how you answer the dare!
Stay tuned to learn how you could win some shiny new Verve!!
This is how I answered the dare....
I have used a piece of scrap cardboard and cut my shape of my tag...I adore tags! I then used designer papers from Teresa Collins called Spring Fling, this color combo is gorgeous! I used the Cut Above by Verve Ribbon Banner Die to cut my banner shape, so sweet! The sentiment is from the Joyful Blooms set, I then cut it out using a small round circle punch. I added a darling piece of white trim, stitching, and a tiny kraft clothespin. I finished with a squirt of Mr Huey's Calico White and Piglet Mists.
Here is a close up of the sweet clothespin and the Mr Huey's Mists.
Want to know how you can win some fabulous new VERVE GOODIES?
- Play along with us and link up your new All Aboard creation (posted April 20 or later) to the linky widget below before 6:00PM MST on Thursday May 3. One lucky stamper will win a $30.00 gift certificate to the Verve Store. Verve Stamps are not required, but if you've got 'em we would LOVE to see ‘em!
- For another chance to win, be sure to give the Divas a little shout-out in the comments section as we share our All Aboard creations. One lucky commenter will win the Verve stamp set of his or her choosing! Winners will be announced on Friday, May 4th right here on the Verve blog
Now it's YOUR turn! We DARE you to show us your creations!
Click the "Click here to enter" link at the bottom of this post for the Diva Dare entry form
Please type your name or screen name in the Caption or Title field, then choose the link and photo you'd like to enter. Please link directly to the specific blog post or gallery page where we can view your creation. If you're having problems linking, try entering the link to your card, then choosing From File instead of From Web. Then just browse to where your picture is saved on your computer to get your thumbnail.