So You Think You Can Stamp?
Ready for another installment of MFT fun and PRIZES??? We are!
And we hope you’ll join us as we take a journey of different dance genres, and apply them to your stamping!
Here are the general contest rules:
*Weekly themes will be posted on Wednesday, starting October 7th
*You may enter ONE card/project for each theme
*Entries must be uploaded by the Monday AFTER the challenge is posted. (You have 5 days to complete each weekly challenge)
*1 Finalist will be selected each week based on the votes from our 3 Panel Judges and 1 Weekly Guest Judge
*Each Weekly Finalist will be paired with an MFT DT MENTOR that will work with them the last week of the competition
*If you are NOT chosen as the current weeks FINALIST, you may play again the following week!
*One FINALIST will be selected each week, and join us on Week 7 to play for the GRAND PRIZE. As a FINALIST, you can certainly play along with us each week, but will only be selected as a FINALIST one time.
*There will be a total of 6 FINALISTS competing on Week 7 for the GRAND PRIZE
What IS the Grand Prize?
ONE lucky (VERY LUCKY) winner will receive ALL the upcoming New Releases from Dec 2009 through May 2010! (Sets will be sample sets, sans packaging)
Here is this weeks challenge info! (Oct 7th, 2009)
*Week 1 – West Coast Swing – All the cool kids are doing it, and so can YOU! This is a dance filled with FUN! Think lift, flip and spin!
*Use Keyword – SYTYCSWK1 when uploading your projects, or it will not be considered in the voting process.
*You have until Monday, October 12th (Midnight EST) to post your project for consideration as this weeks FINALIST. Entries posted after this deadline will NOT be voted on.
We are ready to dance the night away! Are you?
Here is my sample card for this weeks West Coast Swing challenge, and here’s how I made it…
I cut out a hole in the center of my card using my Nesties, and punched out two ribbon holes at the top of the card.
I punched out two white scalloped cirlces and two pink scalloped circles to *dangle* on my card front.
Then I taped my ribbon to the back of one pink scalloped circle before I glued the other scalloped circle on top.
This is my completed scalloped circles, with the ribbon running between them.
Here’s the inside of the card with the dangley greeting!