Challenge Rules

Monday, March 17, 2014

Challenge #30: Anything Goes


If we receive at least 20 entries, the prize for this challenge will be a $5 Gift Certificate for SVG files from the Creative Pointe's ON LINE STORE.
You'll find over 150 SVG files/sets available for all your paper crafting projects.
If we have less than 20 entries, the winner will receive this SVG set: CARDINALS  Winner will be randomly chosen from all submissions.

One extra special entry will receive the "Creative Choice" button.

Ready for some inspiration? Let's take a look at what the Design Team created using SVG diecuts.

Carolyn was thinking of sunnier days when she created this spring-themed layout using files from Flower Set One.  She says:  "I created a layout of my granddaughters planting flowers just outside the garage door when they were visiting here in 2012, and less than 30 days they will be helping me to plant flowers in the same area."  Get all the details on this darling page at Carolyn's blog:  Granny Ma's Creative Blog

Carmen took the Race Car with Numbers file and made it her own, turning it into two Super hero cards!  She says:  "Last week was my twin 4 year old nephews' birthday. This year’s theme was super heroes. So I made them superhero car cards. It was easy peasy with Sure Cuts Alot.  I used The Creative Pointe’s Race Car with Numbers and mirrored and then merged the two images to make the card.  Then I brought in the super hero logos with the trace feature.  Of course I used part of a bat wing for Batman's wouldn't be complete without it  :)"  Get all the details at Carmen's blog:  Carmen's Creations

Ruth also created a layout, a super sweet First Grade page using three files from the School Set Two.  She says:  "I love crafting with paper and when you combine that with a love for who I'm creating for, it just can't get any better than that, or so I thought! I had the best time playing with Cindy's School Set II files! The designs are perfect for the primary school years and with all the great layers adding wonderful details it was pure joy to create with these! I sure hope you'll be inspired to create a project for the Anything Goes challenge!"  See more over at Ruth's blog:  Paper and Musings

Cindy got out the vinyl and made these two tumblers using her newest files, Quilter and Tennis Players.  She says:  "I wanted personal favors for a recent Girls Weekend so I created these designs to match the attendees interests.  Cutting them from outdoor vinyl and applying to dollar store tumblers was super easy...and the recipients loved them!"  For more information, check out Cindy's blog:  The Creative Pointe

Pam cleverly turned the purse file from Girlz--Set Two into a gift card holding card!  So cute!  Get the details over at her blog:  Scrapple Tree

Octavia took a ceramic tile and turned it into an awesome tribute to Mom using the World's Best Mom file.  She says: "I stamped a border and used paper butterflies for embellishments.  I adhered it to the tile using matte Mod Podge and to give it a little shine, I covered the cut in glossy Mod Podge."  Hop over to Octavia's blog for a closer look:  T's Corner For Scrappin'

Heather created a lovely spring project using the Purse Card file.  Check out her blog to get all the details on this beauty:  My Artistic Adventures

Tina created this lovely layout using elements from the Quilter file.  She says:  "I did a 2-page layout for Anything Goes. I used one of The Creative Pointe’s new cutting files: Quilter. Anybody that quilts or sews will love this file for documenting those moments, or even for a Mother’s Day card. The quilt block would make a sweet background. My layout is about the making of a particular quilt that I was approached by this particular club to sponsor the embroider patches that the ladies would quilt together (shame I didn’t win the quilt :) The quilt block made for nice corner spots in the layout, the sewing machine added a splash of color and the word 'quilter' was trimmed down to 'quilt' and shadowed."  For more details and some closer shots of the layout, visit Tina's blog:  Tina's Scrap Corner

Now we're ready to see YOUR  SVG (or similar) creations.
Please make sure that you follow our very simple rules to enter this challenge.  
(1)You MUST use a SVG or similar electronic cutting file in your project.  CRICUT CARTRIDGE ONLY ENTRIES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE.  Please make sure that you mention somewhere in your post what part of your project was created with a cutting file.  Entries that do not fit this basic requirement will be deleted.
(2)  NO BACKLINKING.  This has always been our rule but we've noticed that it has not been followed lately. Going forward, backlinked projects will be deleted. 

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