Monday, January 26, 2015

Is it worth it?

I'm about ready to give up. I joined the Outlawz Freebee/progressive challenge. I love challenges, but this one is doing me in. I get the image, make my card and add it to the Gallery. Everything is fine to this point. I then go to where I'm suppose to post my photo for the challenge, yeah, right. Following instructions, I get the URL for my photo from the gallery, copy into the box on the entry form. Click to upload it and get a message that "there is no file at that address". Since that didn't work for the umpteenth time, I try to add it from my computer. I get the message that it can't be uploaded. This happened last month also. I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but this is getting ridiculous!

Here is what I'm trying to upload to the challenge:

The image is Little Christmas Girl from All Dressed Up. Isn't she just adorable? Paper, sentiment and colors are from SU. I flocked the white on her hat and skirt and added a pompom also to her hat. The gems, pompom and flocking are from my stash.

I am going to try once again to upload my photo my chosen Outlaws Challenge. Wish me luck.

I have also entered this at Your Scrapbook Place Anything Goes Challenge

Thursday, January 1, 2015


Its a new year and with it comes new challenges. Yip, at Your Scrapbook Place, we have a new challenge "ANYTHING GOES" with a prize of four digis from Sunflowerfield Designs that will go to a lucky winner of the random drawing. Before we get to the challenge let me give you a little bit of information about Sunflowerfield Designs, our sponsor this month.

"Sunflowerfield is a small company located in Finland and we offer 'Cozy Home Products and Crafters' Essentials'. We have our own 'Sunflowerfield Designs' rubber and digi stamps designed by Vanja Stevanović and stamps from three fabulous companies: Wild Rose Studio, Whimsy Stamps and Crafty Sentiment Designs. In our webstore you will find quality ink pads, designer paper packs, different embellishments (brads, gems, pearls, charms...), wooden elements like hearts, stars, flowers... then satin flowers, paper roses, laces, ribbons, acrylic blocks and more."

Sunflowerfield Webstore!!!

The image I used is Coffee and Cake. I fell in love with this digi, the first time I saw it. I see friendship in this digi. I think it would be nice on note paper, a scrapbook page or a card. The photo doesn't show that I used a silver metallic pen on the spoon, glitter pens on the cake and cup or the heat embossing on the cake.  


Check out the SBP Challenge Blog for inspiration, then go play and create so you can enter for a chance to win a prize from our sponsor, Sunflowerfield!! Have fun!!

1. Your project must be new and fit the theme; any post containing your project must be published after the first day of the new challenge. No backlinking.
2. Your post must name the SBP Challenge Bog and a link to the challenge post.
3. You may enter as many other challenges as you wish.
4.  Closing time is midnite CDST on the last day of each month.

5.  You may enter up to three times for each new challenge.