Monday, December 10, 2012

Challenge #4 Glitter and Glow

Well the year is almost over and its time to tell you all what our December Challenge is, but before we do its time to announce our lucky winner from our Rusted Challenge.  Our lucky winner is Barbara Rankin.  Congratulation Barbara you have won the November Prize Pack full of lots of wonderful goodies from Altered Pages whilst our only other entrant Marlene won't go away empty handed as she will receive free Digital Collage Sheet of her choice.  Ladies please email Jean at to claim your prizes.

Now on to our next challenge!

This month we want to see you

Use Glitter and All Things that Glow

on your project.

The Design Team has been busy once again creating a wonderful array of Projects to inspire you and just like last month we want you to vote for your favorite one over on the sidebar of the right of this blog.  Voting will start in two days time.

For all the details on the Design Team Projects be sure to visit their personal blogs by clicking on their names over on the sidebar!

Now its your turn!

Similar to previous months the prize for our lucky winner is a great pack full of Altered Pages Goodies and each of our Top 3 as chosen by the Altered Pages Design Team, will each receive a Free Digital Collage Sheet of their choice.

Alter Your Creativity Challenge Rules!

1. Create your project following the challenge theme. 
Your project must be new created within the time frame of this challenge - no back linking allowed!

2. For your project you must use at least one item from Altered Pages, ie, collage sheet, eco art board, tags, papers etc. and don't forget to tell us what it is.

3. Link Up your Entry using the InLinkz Tool at the bottom of each challenge post, remembering to link directly to your blog post or photo of your entry.

4. Most importantly have fun.You have until the 31st of December to link up your entry!

We do hope you will play along this month and don't forget for more wonderful altered art inspiration you will find more projects from the DT over on our blog.

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