Monday, September 3, 2018

Challenge 9 - School Days

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WELCOME to Challenge #9 - Let the Troubles Begin
 






THING 1 Trouble Maker is celebrating "School Days". Whether you have a preschooler or you have been out of school for years, September always brings to mind the sound of the school bell. Use a theme showing teacher appreciation or reminders of school days. If you use the sketch below you can also team up with Double Dare's Thing 2. 


THING 3 Twisted Sister challenges you to stay out of detention and include a bookmark or tag that your card recipient can remove and use. Remember - this is an OPTIONAL TWIST but wouldn't it be a nice gift for a teacher or student and deserving of an extra chance to our random draw. 






THING 2 Double Dare says if you used the sketch below you can also submit it to Try Stamping on Tuesday Challenge #378... Link your project HERE and you will receive an additional chance at the Double Trouble Random Draw.

This theme was scheduled to begin on Tuesday, Sep 4, running through Sunday, Sep 16. For this challenge only, the TSOT challenge will begin on Monday, Sep 3 to accommodate entries for Double Trouble. 

Sketch challenges are fun and easy. Use the DT cards below for ideas or use your own interpretation of the sketch. Feel free to change the orientation... rotate the sketch or use its mirror image. You may also modify shapes as long as we can see the basic sketch in your project. Any products are
acceptable.



For inspiration... here are our Things:


Teacher Gift Box w/four Bookmarks and room for a Candy Bar
Cricut Design Space 

Card with Tear-off Bookmark



3 comments:

Granmargaret said...

Thank you for the challenge. Great work by the design team.

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Granmargaret said...

I have used the sketch for entry No 24.