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Friday, May 1, 2015

Scribbles Designs Challenge #28 Spring has Sprung

Scribbles Designs Challenge #28
Spring has Sprung


 "Under the giving snow blossoms a daring spring." ~Terri Guillemets

The snow is now mostly all gone, here in North America.  The grass is turning from shades of brown to green and the trees and flowers are starting to form buds.  Yes, spring has finally sprung on this side of the world and not a minute too soon as far as we're concerned!  It is high time to break out all your stamps depicting the beauty of the season.  Whether you go with a creation featuring botanical elements in full bloom, or simply want to focus on a particular event associated with this time of the year, it is up to you.  Just keep in mind that this month, we want to see a project that reflects the true nature of spring.



And we thank you for spending some time here on our spot in blog-land. We're excited to showcase our talented women & their incredible creative work.  We think that you will enjoy the Scribbles Designs images 
and the creative direction that ensues.  

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Sandy is happy to provide you with a freebie for participating...

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This month's sponsors...
Top Scribbler receives $10 worth of digital images, winner's choice 
Top 3 receives $3 worth of digital images


Donating: 7 digital images, winners choice




Let's get your creative juices flowing with our awesome talented Design Team...



Vicky
using Frog Mason Jar


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Cely
using Firefly Jar


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Lisa
using Flower 1


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using Flower Set 2



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