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 Trouble Maker's Basic Challenge.
WELCOME to Challenge #96 - Let the Troubles Begin!
This Challenge runs from
Monday, November 1st, thru Sunday, November 14th, 2021
"Tall Card with Thin Die(s)"
Thing 1: Trouble Maker
says, "I can't get this song out of my head, Letter T The Letter of the Day. Sing-a-long and let's get started with a Tall, aka slimline (regular or mini) card. In creating your project use at least one or more of your Treasured Thin dies, punches, and/or a machine-made cuts... and don't be afraid to use more than one cut, e.g., sentiments, critters, gnomes, other objects, frames, borders, embellishments, etc."
You can stop here... OR play along with Twisted Sister's optional Twist below to earn another chance at our random draw.
Thing 3: Twisted Sister
says, "Letter T Day sounds like the perfect Time to Tackle my optional Tricky Twist. Jump up, get down... my Turkey and I are dancing our way through the ABCs... it's Time for the Letter T. T stands for Twisted like Twisted Sister so it's my favorite letter day! So join my optional Twist for more Terrific fun.
Include at least one Thing that starts with the Letter Teither in your sentiment (Thank You, Thinking of You, Happy Thanksgiving, Thankful) or image (Turkey, Tacos, Tree, Tea, Typewriter, Toad, Triangle, etc.) Let's "T" what Tremendous ideas you can create using the Letter T.
Thing 2: Double Dare
says, "If you have met Thing 1's requirement to create a Tall Card AND have included at least one Thin die, punch and/or a machine-made cut on your project, you are eligible to enter your project HERE for Ellibelle's Crafty Challenge - Use a Die."