Welcome to Double Trouble - We're two retired ladies bringing you a challenge where we hope you will find fun and inspiration! We're not affiliated with any companies and we welcome all participants. Our challenges will include Thing 1 - Trouble Maker (the Basic Challenge), Thing 2 - Double Dare (an optional element in which you may or may not decide to participate) and Thing 3 - Twisted Sister (a surprise twist to the Challenge).
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WELCOME to Challenge #67 - Let the Troubles Begin
September 21st to October 4th
"On, Off, or Over the Edge?"
Thing 1: Trouble Maker says, "We've all just about reached the proverbial edge with this ongoing pandemic. Let's not panic! We need to stay focused at a time like this so let's focus on a sketch from TSOT below. Keep it simple... take advantage of the shape that's off the edge by using shapes, paper, doilies, frames, sentiments and/or partial images, etc."
You can stop here... OR, you can choose to go further over the edge with Twisted Sister's Optional Twist below.
Thing 3: Twisted Sister
says, "There she goes again, Trouble Maker is trying to push me over the edge. So whether it's "On, Off or Over the Edge"... whatever ... let's just do it! Try to go beyond your edge and veer away from your normal comfort zone as you create your project for "Off the Edge". Here are some ideas by Jennifer McGuire that may be useful in providing inspiration."
says, "If you followed the sketch then link your project to Try Stampin' on Tuesday's Biweekly Sketch Challenge (TSOT) HEREwhether you used Twisted Sister's optional twist or not. You will receive an additional chance at the Double Trouble Random Draw." Since Try Stampin' starts on Tuesday, September 22nd, they have agreed to allow our Monday entries to come back and enter their challenge.
Feel free to change the orientation... rotate or flip the sketch or use its mirror image.