This is Challenge #77 – hosted by Jo, and, as always, is an Anything Goes Challenge (AGC), as long as either a CD, USB or digital download - or any combination thereof – has been used in the making of your project. Please, please remember to state the source. Also please remember that only 3 entries per challenge are permitted. We are flattered that you like entering our challenges but 3 is our limit.
We are now a little more than half way through the first month of 2022. When I was younger I remember thinking that the year numbers 2021 and 2022 seemed more like numbers from a space film rather than real life and now here we are. Let’s hope that everyday life improves at a rapid pace and we all keep well, safe and crafting.
Before we show you the team’s contributions to the current challenge, here is the Top 3 for Challenge #75 - chosen by Carol:
1st- No: 10 - Aimeslee
|I loved this as soon as I saw it. Just appeals to my sense of humour. Great card.|
2nd - No: 7 - Linby
|This one reminded me of the Kaleidoscope cards I love to make. I know it isn't one but the similarity is there.|
3rd - No: 29 - Clare J
|I am a great fan of the 'Shrek' films and this lovely troll is a perfect reminder of the films.|
A real mixture of cards for me to choose from. It was hard to just settle on three. In fact I will break the rule of three and show one I was loathe to leave off the list:
No 9 - Francesca
|I loved this one as well. So this is a 3+ or No: 4|
Congratulations to our winners and please don’t forget to grab the appropriate banner from the side bar. Pamela will be here next time with her Top 3 choice for Challenge #76.
And now here are the ideas from the team for our new Challenge #77 – starting, of course, with Jo.
If you don’t have a blog you may still enter by sending your entry via email using the address shown in the right-hand sidebar or by posting a photo of your entry to the new Facebook page - The CD Sunday Plus Challenge.
Please also remember that although we are accepting and using digital images there must have been a physical item made using those images. e.g. a card, a scrapbook page, a craft item or suchlike. All as per our Rule 3 in the sidebar.Please continue to STAY SAFE and ‘Keep Crafting’