Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Challenge #26 Handwritten Sentiment or Journaling Theme

Hello everyone! It's time for a new challenge here at Really Reasonable Ribbon. Please scroll down to the next post for the winners of the last challenge.

The theme for Challenge #26 is Handwritten Sentiment or Journaling and Ribbon.

Create a card, layout, multi media piece, tag, ATC, you name it. Just be sure to follow the theme above and use ribbon/lace or trim somewhere on your project.

We are thrilled to have Sakura as our sponsor for this challenge.

Sakura is a prime manufacturer of high quality art materials and writing instruments.

Sakura is offering a package of 10 Moonlight Gelly Roll pens shown above to one randomly selected challenge participant. How awesome is that!!
®Sakura is a registered trademark. 


Here is a little inspiration from our design team for challenge #26 to get you started. All of the sample projects use Moonlight Gelly Roll Pens from Sakura and ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon.


Now let's see your Handwritten Sentiment or Journaling and ribbon creations! The winner will receive a $10 gift certificate to Really Reasonable Ribbon . We will also be drawing a random winner from all the entries to win a set of Moonlight Gelly Roll pens from Sakura. How cool is that!!! We will be announcing the winners on July 1st.

Here's what you need to do:

* Create a new project using the posted theme. A layout, card, ATC, home decor item, hair bow, or anything your can think of.
* You may enter as many times as you like, but you're asked to provide newly designed projects. No back-linking please.
* All projects must also include some sort of ribbon/lace/trim.
* Post your project on your blog or an online gallery (using code RRR26) and link it here with the Inlinkz tool below. Please provide a direct link to your post, not an entire blog.
* You have until June 28th at 11:59 PM Eastern time to enter your projects.

Thanks so much for playing and good luck.

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