Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Challenge #122: ANYTHING GOES

Happy Wednesday everyone! We are back today with another challenge! We are still having entries with stamps not carried in the 7 Kids College Fund Store. **PLEASE PLEASE remember to only link up projects using stamps carried in the 7 Kids College Fund Store. Thank you so much!!

There are a lot of new products currently on PREORDER and new items arriving this week to the Store. Be sure to check out the "ADDED THIS WEEK" category to see what is on it's way!! You can also check out the Store Blog to stay on top of the weekly arrivals, and also discounts that are being offered. Don't forget to keep up with us on the store's FB page HERE. :)  

Today starts a NEW challenge and it's an easy one! But first, we need to announce our Top 3 and Gift Certificate winner.


Congratulations ladies!! Remember to grab your TOP 3 badge from the right column of the blog and proudly display it on your blog!


Please e-mail to claim your prize!

Now, on to Challenge #122! We like to switch things up here at 7 Kids College Fund so every other week we add an optional twist to the mix. For the next two weeks we want to see:  


Just remember to qualify for the TOP 3 and Gift Certificate, you must use a stamp carried in the 7 Kids College Fund Store. This challenge will end on APRIL 7th, 12:00pm MST.

Now, grab your cup of coffee or tea and get ready for the amazing inspiration from our fabulous Design Team. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR DT! If you like someone's work and intend to make a purchase, click through the DT member's links so she can earn product to make more inspiring projects for you. Thank you so much!

Link your project below using the direct link to your card/project! Please remember, your stamped image must be a stamp carried by 7 KIDS to be eligible to win! You have until APRIL 7th at 12:00pm MST to link up your card.

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