Our Challenge Policy

This is how you can play:
1. Just upload a newly made project to your online blog or gallery. Then leave a direct link to your project in the link widget at the bottom of the challenge post. One entry per participant. To make your entry count more, follow the guideline below:
a) You can enter any project as long as it meets the challenge requirements and it will count for one entry.
b) If your project includes a Guylou's Inimitability digistamp, it will count for two entries.

If you don’t have a GI image, you can visit Guylou's Inimitability Store to purchase one or get one of the freebies offered.

2. You must also meet all the requirements listed in the challenge post in order to qualify to win.

3. All Challenge entries posted on your blogs must have a link to the challenge post here and credit must be given to Guylou's Inimitability whenever using a GI image on your project.

4. Do not link to a blog post which was created prior to the time frame of the current challenge.

5. We invite you to become a follower. We offer a free digistamp to all new followers. See details here.

6. Most of all... have fun!

Follow by Email

Free digistamp

Become a follower of this blog and receive a free digistamp.
See details HERE.

My work is protected

myfreecopyright.com registered & protected
4/30/10

Introducing Lisa

Lisa was inspired by a happy television character who I used to loved when I was a teenager. I used to watch "Happy Days", one of the rare English television programs I was allowed to watch growing up, and one of my favorite characters was Joanie Cunningham. I loved her spunkiness and corkiness. I remembered seeing her in a cheerleader outfit and really wished my school had a cheerleading program, but they did not. :( "Shortcake", as she was affectionately called by Fonzie, was not as visible as her brothers Chuck and Richie, but I enjoyed watching her grow and mature in her role throughout the many seasons of Happy Days. Now that I think about it, maybe deep down I was not really envious of her being a cheerleader, but more because she dated the hottest character on the show: Chachi. LOL! This digistamp is awesome for birthday, friendship, encouragement and get well cards. Click here to purchase Lisa. Please take a moment to see what my wonderful Design Team has created with this digistamp:
Guylou's creations
The inside sentiment says "It's your birthday". The front and inside sentiments were created by my dear friend Tracy and will be available in my store on May 2nd.
Danni's creation
Brenda's creation
Gina's creation
Dale's creation
Tracy's creation
4/24/10

Introducing Dominique

Dominique was inspired by the wonderful children I met in Dominican Republic during a mission trip I did with my church. I have a dear friend who run a school for poor children right in the Barrios of Puerto Plata. These children cannot afford to go to regular school and often they don't even have a birth certificate which would grant them the right to go to school. At Luz a las naciones school, the children received proper education, food, healthcare and lots and lots of love. My friend Richard has been in D.R. for over 15 years and he has helped so many children in so many ways. I invite you to visit his website and discover more about his wonderful work in D.R. www.llnm.org This digistamp is awesome for birthday, friendship, encouragement and get well cards. Click here to purchase Dominique. Take a moment to see what my wonderful Design Team has created with this digistamp:
Guylou's creations
Gina's creation
Danni's creation
Dale's creation
Tracy's creation
4/16/10

Introducing Lucy

Lucy was inspired by a childhood toy. I used to have a doll just like her. Her hair was bright red and she had beautiful green eyes. My mom made lots of dresses and hats for her and my dad gave me a small stroller to play with. I don't remember who gave her to me and when, but I remember calling her "Lucy" because she looked like Lucille Ball. This digistamp is awesome for birthday, friendship, encouragement and get well cards. Click here to purchase Lucy. Take a moment to see what my wonderful Design Team has created with this digistamp:
Guylou's creations
Gina's creation
Danielle's creation
Tracy's creation
Dale's creation
4/9/10

Introducing the Cat in a Basket

This little cat likes to play hide and seek. He made himself comfortable in this picnic basket and is ready to bring a smile to anyone who needs to be cheered up. This digistamp was requested by Gina, one of my DT Member. She has two beautiful cats whom she cherishes tremendously. This digistamp is awesome for birthday, encouragement and get well cards. Click here to purchase Cat in a Basket. Take a moment to see what my wonderful Design Team has created with this digistamp:
Guylou's creations
Gina's creation
Danni's creation
Tracy's creation
Dale's creation
4/2/10

Introducing Emma

My dear friend Dale asked me to make a digistamp using her grand-daughter Emma. Emma is a beautiful little girl and the pride of her grand-mother. Dale and her husband are very musical, so it is not surprising that Emma loves music too. She particularly loves to play the piano. I had a great time drawing this digistamp. Emma is perfect for birthday cards. Click here to purchase Emma. Have a look at what the Design Team has created with this cute digistamp:
Guylou's creation
Gina's creation
Dani's creation
Dale's creation
Tracy's creation