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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.

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3/3/11

Sketch challenge

Wow!! What an amazing response to our "Anything Goes Challenge"! A big thanks to the DT for helping comment on all the entries! So the random winner of our challenge is

CONGRATULATIONS!

March is Reading Month. Did you know that babies as young as 9 months old have the ability to read? Reading is an essential part of any child development and the foundation of their learning journey. It is never too late to pick up a book and read; that it is with a child, a friend, a spouse or by yourself. You will be amazed at how wonderful reading is. Try it!


Read To Me

by Jane Yolen
Read to me riddles and read to me rhymes,
Read to me stories of magical times.
Read to me tales about castles and kings.
Read to me stories of fabulous things.
Read to me pirates and read to me knights,
Read to me dragons and dragon-book fights.
Read to me spaceships and cowboys and then,
When you are finished — please read them again.

And to our new challenge now…Please make sure to follow our Challenge Policy listed in the left margin of this blog.

The winner will be awarded a digistamp of her choice from Guylou's Inimitability Store and will also be invited to be a Guest Designer on an upcoming challenge and will get another GI digistamp to make a card or project along the DT.

Our challenge this week is to use this wonderful sketch prepared by Carmen.
See her wonderful creation with the sketch

Our Guest Designer
Barbara
Barbara was the winner of our I {{HEART}} YOU Challenge and was invited to join us this week and got to play with one our feature digistamps called Caroline.Thanks Barbara for playing along with us!
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And now to the Inimitable Design Team's creations 

with Caroline and Marysse

The inimitable Guylou's Inimitability Design Team got to play with the feature digistamps called "Caroline" and "Marysse". "Caroline" and "Marysse" are book lovers. Caroline lets her imagination go as she reads her favorite books and Marysse sees reading as a time of relaxation. She sits in her favorite chair and makes herself comfy while she reads.

The Design Team created wonderful projects with these digistamps and we invite you to visit our blogs by clicking on the images to have a closer look at our projects.

Kim
Guylou
Gina
Brenda
Trina




2 comments:

  1. Congratulations Crystal on your win!
    Congratulations Barbara on your GDT spot! Your card is beautiful...love your dp and the different shapes you've cut it into. Great coloring too!

    DT...as always your creations are fabulous! I don't know how you manage to continually come up with such incredible creations all the time! Thank you for continually inspiring us!

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  2. Just love the inspiration DT, the cards are stunning as always!!
    I simply loved the sketch and had fun playing with this sweet, sorry face...............lol

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