Tuesday, October 2, 2012

SCRS #89 and a Winner!!!

Hi!!!!

 Are you ready for a new SCRS challenge???
As always we've a fun one today...
Great theme!!!!
Here is my card for this challenge...


I always hear and sometimes I say too that Digis are great because we can resize it according to our project requirements!!!
Now its true for the rubber stamps also..
I got this idea from Paper Crafts Magazine-Holiday Cards & more issue...
I stamped the image thrice with with different color and photocopied it @ 55% size.
It was too large for a regular card so resizing it  made it perfect for card .
The DP is from Echo Park and the sentiment is from E.A.D. Designs.

This card is for the following challenges..
Pile It On : For a child.
Stamptacular Sunday : It's your birthday!!
A Gem of a Challenge: For the Girls.
Send a Smile for Kids: Anything goes for Kids.

To play along in our challenge, upload a photo of your project and provide a direct link in the linky widget at the bottom of the SCRS post. If you use an online gallery (e.g. Splitcoast), please also use the keywords SCRSC89 and SparkleCreations (no spaces). If you have a Facebook account and are a fan of Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps, you can also upload there. 
Deadline for challenge #89 is Sunday, October 7th @ 9 PM PST.

Here is the winner for the Halloween  candy...
Congrats  14. Pooja !!!!
Plesase email me at piali dot biswas at yahoo dot com.
Claim your prize with in a week or I'll pick another winner!!

Thanks for stopping by!!


5 comments:

Tenia Nelson said...

Super cuteness!!!

Céline said...

so cute, love the colors
thanks for playing with us at stamptacular sunday this week
hugs
céline

Stephanie said...

this is a delightful card...I love the bright colors. The image is adorable. Thank you for playing at Stamptacular Sunday.

Vicky said...

A very pretty card!! Thanks for joining our girly theme at A Gem Of A Challenge

hugs Vicky xxx

http://vicky-pawprince.blogspot.co.uk/

Kelli Hull said...

Oh that image is SO cute!!!! Piali THANKS for that copy tip for resizing... I'm NOT a digi person... AT ALL!!!! ;)