Blog Challenge: Falling For CutCardStock – Win Prizes!
It’s time for another challenge here on the CutCardStock Blog and we hope you’ll join us!
For this challenge, the rules are simple…. create a Fall-themed card or project. The kiddos are heading back to school, the weather is cooling off a bit and soon the leaves will be turning.While we may not be sipping hot apple cider yet, we can certainly be inspired by the upcoming season to create wonderful Fall themed cards and projects!
Beyond following the theme, there are no rules – just be creative! You can make a Halloween or Thanksgiving card or scrapbook layout…. a project featuring autumn colors and/or leaves…. it’s up to you.
How to enter: Simply post an image and some details about your challenge creation on your blog, your online gallery, Splitcoast, Flikr, Facebook, etc. Then add your link through the CutCardStock Blog Challenge post. The dates of the challenge are September 1 – 14th, so enter before the challenge closes. (The Linky party will be open from 6am (Mountain Time) September 1st until 11:59pm (Mountain Time) September 14th.)
On Sunday, September 16th, we will announce the winners. Prizes will be awarded for 1stPlace, 2nd Place and Viewer’s Choice. 1st and 2ndplace winners will be chosen by a panel of CutCardStock Team members and the Viewer’s Choice will be the entry with the highest number of “likes”, so you can vote for your favorite.
Prize values are as follows:
Viewer’s Choice – $30.00 Gift Certificate to CutCardStock.com,
2nd Place – $30.00 Gift Certificate to CutCardStock.com and
1st Place- $40.00 Gift Certificate to CutCardStock.com.
In addition to winning the gift certificates, the chosen entries will befeaturedon the CutCardStock blogand one winner will be asked to be a guest blog contributor!
We hope you are as excited about this challenge as we are; help spread the word! We can’t wait to see your creations are award those great prizes!
PROMOTE this Challenge on your Blog, Facebook, Forum, or Twitter and then email us the link at info@CutCardStock.com or post your link on the CutCardStock Facebook and we will email or message a coupon for 10% off your next purchase of $30.00 or more!
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