Saturday, September 25, 2010

World Card Making Day - October 2, 2010

Pick a card - any card...(but be sure it is one that has never been published!).

October 2 is World Card Making Day. World Card Making Day began in 2006 and is celebrated annually on the first Saturday in October.  If you visit the Paper Crafts Moxie Fab World blog you will find a week of international inspiration beginning on Monday.  If you go to THIS POST you can see all of the cards from last year's inspirational tour and leave a comment for a chance to win a prize as well.  There are lots of activities planned in local shops and on the web. Be sure to visit Christina at Creations with Christina  - she is planning a day full of challenges and giveaways.

I wanted to let you know about the great contest that Paper Crafts Magazine is hosting.  There will be 20 winners - four in each of five categories (Birthday, Christmas/Season's Greetings, Hello/Thinking of You, Love and Thank You).  The prize is a package of card making products from 19 sponsors (including Creative Charms) and each package is worth over $600!  The winners will also have the opportunity to be published in the March/April 2011 issue of Paper Crafts.

You can get all of the details about the contest and see the official rules on the Paper Crafts site - here is a LINK.  I hope that I will have time to make an entry or two - you can enter in each category (but can only win in one!). 

The cards at the top of this post are some that I designed earlier this year.  If you would like to see how I made them and learn all about using "hide selected contour" you can see the original post HERE.

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  1. I was thinking of you and hoping you are feeling OK.

  2. Wow thanks for all the info. Sounds great! Your cards like always are wonderful.


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