Thursday, July 16, 2009

Twisted Thursday #19 - Christmas In July Grand Finale!

Has the holiday vibe infiltrated your crafting yet? The Shirley's 2 Girls Design Team has had so much fun creating some holiday goodness for your early Christmas inspiration these past three weeks!! As our grand finale, we have another fun challenge for you!

This week's challenge is to create a shaped Christmas card using a shape other than a standard square or rectangle.

Here's the scoop for this week:

  1. The challenge AND the "twist" this week is to CREATE A SHAPED CHRISTMAS CARD
  2. Link your card to Mr. Linky on the RIGHT HERE on this post by Sunday, July 18, at 12:00 AM PST.
  3. If you upload your card to Splitcoast Stampers or Papercraft Planet, use S2GSC19 and shirleys2girls as your key words.
  4. Leave some "love" (code for leave a comment) on THIS POST for the sisters.
One winner will be chosen via to receive "an early christmas present"

Here's some inspiration from the Shirley's 2 Girls Design Team:


So think SNOWBALLS and Reindeer and start creating!! We can't wait to see what you all come up with!!

** Shirley's 2 Girls is offering FREE SHIPPING for the entire month of July - call it an early Christmas present from Shirley's 2 Girls to you!!
** From Thursday, July 23rd through Thursday, July 30th, the Shirley's 2 Girls Design Team has some super "groovy" goodies to share with you as the Sisters head off to CHA. Seriously, you're going to LOVE every single one of the samples that we'll be sharing with you!! You're not gonna want to miss it!! And there will be PRIZES!!


naturecoastcrafter said...

Is there a digistamp we can use for this? I don't have any S2G Christmas images yet!

Scrappin' Kat Woman said...

I just love the challenges you are coming out with. Makin' me think...glad it's for fun stuff and not work!


Have a great time at CHA... wish I could be there too!

Georgia said...

This has been a fun challenge.

Holly said...

Just uploaded my card. What a fun challenge!

Gina said...

These challenge have been just the thing I needed to get started on my Christmas cards!