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I-Challenge You!

**If you are here for the Simple Stories Blog Hop**

Today is the kick-off to an exciting day with 
We're having an I-Challenging set of challenges throughout the weekend!
It's all happening at the Imaginisce Event Page of Facebook

**Check out the Rules & Guidelines on the Imaginisce Blog**

Using any one or more Imaginisce branded
create a background on a card or layout.
 Here's my sample using the Snowflake Stamp from Christmas Cheer

 I stamped onto a dark blue cardstock using
Color Box's Alabaster Fluid Chalk Ink Pad
 When stamping with a clear stamp and acrylic block, I like to lay a
piece of foam or thick cloth under the paper that I'm stamping onto.
This helps the paper to give and meet all of the inked image :)
Using a few pieces of patterned paper and a sticker from Christmas Cheer,
a satin bow and a sprinkling of Hot Rocks-Rhinestuds
completed my clean-and-oh-so-simple card :)
I turned the stamp 180 degrees each time I stamped...this
helped to blend in the larger and smaller snowflakes.
I'm ready for a Christmas card assembly line now!

I cannot wait to see your cards or layouts!
Complete my challenge and post on the 
I-Challenge Event Page
(or email/link if you don't have a Facebook page...see above)
 and you'll be in the running for a set of
4 POGO Adhesives!

you'll be in the drawing for the
 You have until Wednesday, November 21st to complete all of the challenges
GOOD LUCK and have FUN with Imaginisce!


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