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Elite Challenges Sneak Peeks ....

I've been catching up on some challenges for the Elite Challenges blog this weekend. Do you know about this challenge blog? It's run by the lovely Carol Dunstan, and each month she sets a sketch, stamp set and colour challenge for demonstrators in level 1-5 downline of Angela Sargeant. It's a great place to go for some stamping inspiration from lots of different demonstrators, and of course it's ALL Stampin' Up!.

Here's some sneak peeks of the 3 cards I made for this months challenges. To see the full cards and recipes, pop on over to the Elite Challenges Blog! When you get there, go to the Archives section on the right hand side and click on 'June 2009' for all the latest entries.

This one was for the 'Breezy Pirouette' Colour Challenge:

EC sneek colour challenge


This one was for the Stampin' Up! stamp set challenge featuring Cheep talk:

EC June 09 CD Cheap Talk


This one was for this months sketch challenge:

EC peek sketch June 09


Hope you are having a great weekend,

Claire xx


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Christine Blain

Claire, I cannot BELIEVE it - you used Tangerine Tango!!!! The first card is very 'you', and just beauuuuuutiful. My favourite of the 3 is the Cheep Talk card - you used the set! Well done, and what a gorgeous card, my friend. I'm loving the Sahara Sand and Tangerine Tango together in the third card; very inspirational. You've been very busy with these challenges - fantastic job, my dear friend. Christine xx


Hi Claire,
I love your latest creations. I have just nominated your blog for an award, so please pop on over to mine when you have time to pick it up, then you can post it here for all to see.

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