Thanks Challenge

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Time for our THANKS Challenge!
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FIRST:
We want to announce our lucky random winner from last months
Fall Fun Challenge! 

“Ruza”, you are the lucky winner!

Have fun shopping on our website and select ONE stamp sets and ONE D2BA Ink Pad!
Just send your address and selection to info@dare2bartzy.com by the end of the month.
Include “CHALLENGE Winner” in the subject so we don’t miss it.

Be sure to join in the fun for your chance at winning some great stamps!!

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Challenge Rules:
– Our challenges are open to everyone; those entries featuring a Dare 2B Artzy image will get a second entry into the drawing! *Add D2BA to your entry title so we know you get a 2nd entry!
– Your submission must be NEW, no back linking projects.
– You must add a link to our blog in your post or mention us in your gallery.
– Leave a link to your actual blog post.
– You may enter each challenge ONLY 3 times.
We reserve the right to remove any submissions that do not follow the rules.
– Please turn off word verification so we can leave comments on your challenge entry!

 Most importantly….HAVE FUN!

Are you ready for our next challenge?
Our November challenge is….

“Month of Giving Thanks”

We want to know what you are thankful for.
Create a “Thank You” card, a scrapbook page showing us what you are thankful for or maybe a mixed media project that says “thanks” in some way.  Leave a comment below, as well as on our facebook page, about what you are thankful for.
Here at Dare 2B Artzy, we are thankful for you, our crafty and loyal customers!
As the owner, I am personally thankful most of all for my Lord, my family, friends, design team and all that have given me support to build this great company.
Enjoy some inspiration from our awesome Dare 2B Artzy Design Team. They have created some beautiful cards to share with you. Visit their blogs for more card details and leave them some comments as well.
Take your sheet of Medallion Bliss Paper and fussy cut the flower as shown below.  Then snip between each petal.  Once done take your tweezer and twist each petal - then simply layer 2 cut flowers over each and stagger each layer.

Then simply add some stamens to the centers for a gorgeous layered flowers!!!

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