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Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Challenge #100 Midway: ADD IT UP!

 


Challenge #100
ADD IT UP!
Midway


Hello and welcome to the midway point of our current challenge. Here is a refresher of what we're looking for this time around:

It is a special month for us here at the Scribbles Designs Challenge blog as we celebrate our 100th Challenge! Our theme this month is ADD IT UP and here is what you need to know to join us...

*In celebration of our 100th challenge, use the list of items below, compiled with its own point value, to CREATE A PROJECT THAT TOTALS TO EXACTLY 100 POINTS
Here is the list of items to choose from:*


Pts

ITEMS


Pts

ITEMS


Pts

ITEMS

25

shaker element


5

used markers


2

matting

25

on canvas


5

used pencil crayons


2

felt

25

3-dimensional project


5

used ink


2

ribbon

25

fancy fold


5

cardstock


2

twine/cord

20

shaped card


5

kraft paper


2

lace

15

used stencil


5

sentiment/text


2

fabric

15

used punch


5

added a tag


2

bow

15

used diecut


5

frame


2

charm

15

wet embossing


5

photo


2

flower

10

dry embossing


5

border


2

button

10

patterned paper


5

glitter


1

rhinestone/gem stone

10

textured/solid paper


5

glossy accents


1

half pearl

10

stamped or digi image


5

sticker


1

sequin

10

used watercolours


5

stitching


1

bead

10

used paint


5

washi tape


1

other embellishments


Please Note: Each item used would count as 1. So for ex., if you used two patterned papers, then EACH one would be worth 10 points, for a total of 20. If you used three different die cut pieces, then each would be worth 10 points for a total of 30. If you used 5 gem stones, each one would count as 1 point, giving you a total of 5 points. Glitter would count as one item overall so you will get 5 points for using glitter, even if you use it in more than one spot; same idea with glossy accents. Again, the same idea with stitching—regardless of how many stitches you may have, if you use stitching at all, it will just count for 5. Check out the lists below each team member to get an idea of what we're talking about. If you aren’t sure or have any questions be sure to ask.

Be sure to list your items somewhere in your post 
 
so we know how you totalled up to 100 points.

 
There are still two weeks left in the challenge and we hope that you will be able to join us here on our spot in blog-land. Now I know that this is more of a challenge than most of you are probably used to BUT I encourage you to take a chance and join in. If you are used to making shaped cards, using punches or die cuts, you'll get to 100 pts in no time at all. Only two brave souls have joined us this month so we'd really love to see some more of you join in!

Our incredibly talented women are back to showcase their amazing creative work featuring projects related to our ADD IT UP theme. We hope that you will enjoy the Scribbles Designs images and the creative direction that ensues. 

Any questions about the challenge? Please read our Challenge Rules located in the right sidebar.

If you would like to purchase a Scribbles Designs image, please click HERE.

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

#F 186 100% (Free)
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Psst...don't forget to left click on the image to bring it up full size in the light box before saving.

You can also find this image in the store,
along with the png version, by clicking HERE.


This month's prizes...
(subject to change depending on the number of entries)

  • Top Scribbler (chosen randomly) receives $10 worth of digital images
  • Top 3 (chosen by Design Team) receives $3 worth of digital images
  • Standout Scribbler (chosen by Design Team) receives $5 worth of digital images. To qualify for this category, participant must use a Scribblers Designs (SD) image on their project. NOTE: Starting this year, we will only choose a Standout Scribbler if there are a minimum of three entries using images from SD. Only entries where the designer has taken the time to colour the SD image will qualify. If you enter a challenge where there are less than three entries using an SD image, you will still have a chance at an extra prize. Please click HERE for more info.
This challenge will end on June 14th at 8:59 p.m. Pacific Time. The list of winners will be published in a separate post. Winners will get to choose their images from those in the store. Be sure to check for the winner announcement if you have entered this challenge.


Right now, it is time to get your creative juices flowing
with our awesome talented Design Team...


http://nicksscrapshack.blogspot.se/

 
Items used to total 100 pts:
cardstock = 5 pts
matting = 4 pts (2 @ 2 pts)
digi image = 10 pts
pattern paper = 10 pts
used markers = 5 pts
used ink = 5 pts
used die cut  = 45 pts (3 @ 15 pts)
added a tag = 5 pts
ribbon = 2 pts
glitter = 5 pts
enamel dots = 4pts (4 @ 1 pt)
 


http://craftysuze.blogspot.co.nz/

 
Items used to total 100 pts:
on canvas = 25 pts
used ink = 5 pts
digi image = 10 pts
used markers = 5 pts
used glitter = 5 pts
glossy accents = 5 pts
sentiment = 5 pts
stickers = 25 pts (5 @ 5 pts)
used paint = 10 pts
matting = 2 pts
other embellishments = 3 pts (3 @ 1 pt)
 
 
 
Items used to total 100 pts:
card base = 5 pts
patterned paper = 20 (2 @ 10 pts)
markers = 5 pts
die cut = 30 pts (2 @ 15 pts)
digi stamp = 10 pts
washi tape = 5 pts
sentiment = 5 pts
ink = 5 pts
punch = 15 pts



 Now it is YOUR turn!
Find the link at the bottom of the start post. 
Click HERE to head there now...

We can't wait to see what you come up with!
 

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