Happy Birthday City Crafter Challenge Blog!!!! *THREE*
What an EXCITING WEEK!! It is Happy Birthday to City Crafter Challenge Blog! I'm so proud to be a part of the CCCB celebration! What an amazing accomplishment...Kirsty has created such a top notch challenge blog! I am so very thankful to be be a part of it! I love working with Kirsty, Linda, Ros (and June) and ALL of our wonderful Guest Designers! I am constantly awed and amazed and inspired by the talent we see from all of YOU each and every week! Come join the celebration as we blog hop along! Now let the celebrations begin......
This week, we are not just having ONE prize, but 6 prizes!!! How's that for a celebration!!!!! Each design team member and our Special Guest is giving away a $10 gift certificate for Pixie Dust Paperie. It starts at the City Crafter Challenge Blog and works like this:
Please hop from one blog to the next following the list below, leave a comment and hop onto the next blog, return to CCCB blog, leave a comment that you have completed the Hop. You will have one week to complete the Hop. We will pick one winner from each blog (DT and GD). Winner(s) announcement will be made here next week (# 53 at our winner section)
Once you are back to City Crafter Challenge Blog, how about playing along with us?
This is the challenge:
Our challenge this week is to case this lovely Birthday Card created by our Special Guest Sylvia Nelson. And don't forget, it has to be a BIRTHDAY CARD!
You can pick up the colors, the shape, the embellishment of this card, or anything you can pick up from Sylvia's creation shown above, remember it has to be a birthday theme too! So come on and help us celebrate our 1st birthday at City Crafter Challenge Blog! Woohooo!!!
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