Friday, August 2, 2013

TAWS BE Inspired Challenge #34


1) You MUST use an image from The Alley Way Stamps (you can find freebies here!) Projects will non-TAWS images will be deleted.
2) You must mention this challenge and link to it in your blog post. If you link from a gallery, please paste the challenge addy into the description of your pic.
3) - The challenge linky closes on  at Noon, TAWS time (Mtn) on Thursday before the next challenge starts..!!!


 We have to have prizes for all the effort put into it right?
The Top Pick will be hand picked by me.. will receive 1 free stamp sets of their choice, and a badge to proudly display on their blog. 
One Random winner will receive 1 free stamp set of their choice, and a winners badge to proudly display on their blog..

Melissa here and I've got a CAS to share that uses images from Awesome Blossom, Petal Pushers and Wish BIG.  I'm not sure I've ever seen a striped flower but I was inspired by the stripes and colors on the mugs so I went with it:

Stacey here!  It's interesting how my take of the challenge took place!  I was totally inspired by the cool colors and stripes on the coffee mugs, so I grabbed a paper pad that has some neat colors and stripes in it!  I paired the paper up with this adorably ugly zombie from Bumps in the Night and realized that I had to switch papers for him!  That's inspiration for you...never know what it will lead you to!  Can't wait to see what our TAWS-loving friends are inspired to make!

Hiya! Kasia here with an inspired card using a sentiment from one of the new sets, Stack'em High and a older digi. Unfortunately the digital freebie is no longer available BUT there are plenty of other fabulous ones that can be found here. Feel "free" (haha!!) to pick up one or all of them!!

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snappy scrappy said...

Super cute cards!!

Darnell J Knauss said...

I'm so happy to finally be playing along in one of your fun challenges! Your DT cards are fantastic!!

Dorothy S said...

Thank you for the challenge and the inspiration - and for the great "home" digi that I have used so much.