We have a great challenge for you, it's Pretty in Pink. That's right, it's time for our Nutcrafter's to make something pink. You can create anything, as long as you use products that we sell over in the Nutcrafters store.
Here are some beautiful samples by our amazing Design Team. Be sure to check back later this afternoon for more of our Design Team cards as well as the winners from challenges 22 & 23!! You don't want to miss it! You may want to get your cards ready for the challenge as well!! You have two weeks to enter. This week's prize is a £10 voucher for our very own store!
Remember you must use ANY stamp that we carry in our Nutcrafters store to qualify for the prize!!! That makes it nice and easy for everyone to participate!! So go over to Nutcrafters and see our selection of stamps. Be sure to check out our newest addition...you will love her!!
This year sees a much more relaxed Nutshell Pecan helping to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness. After being featured in this month's Card-Making and Papercrafts, we've had so many emails enquiring about Pecan that we have had to bring forward the October release of our new Pink Pamper Digistamp set! This is the perfect set for any card giving situation you find yourself in.
All you have to do is make your creation and leave a link in the comment section of this post with a direct link to your project, not your blog, your project prior to Sept. 22th (this is a two week challenge). Remember, if you post to an online gallery such as SCS, PCP, etc. please use the keyword: NNW24 but also leave us a comment here with your link.This makes it much easier for us to find your creations!!
I hope you'll play along with us and enjoy the challenge! Good luck!
We are a family run company who started when we couldn't find the type of stamps that we wanted to use on our cards. Kate (the one of the left) is the designer of all our Nutcrafters Designs! Our DT team take our designs and turn them into wonderful creations.
We hope you enjoy our stamps and blogs and we welcome any ideas or suggestions for future stamp images.
Katie and Colette xx