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2010 Recipe Challenge!

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Hi Weedsters!
Kelly (kenandbelly) here to announce that this week’s challenge is a recipe challenge. Challenges are a great way to collect Petal Points.  Collecting 10 Petal Points earns you a $10 Gift Certificate to the Weeds and Wildflowers Shoppe!

I thought it would be fun to use the New Year as our theme this week so here’s your 2010 challenge ingredient list:

20 of something

10 of something else

and whatever additional “ingredients” you’d like.

I’m not going to specify what the 10 or 20 things need to be so this is a pretty flexible challenge. A series of 10 double-framed photos would work, for example. Or a list of 10 resolutions decorated with 20 elements would work. Getting 10 or 20 papers or alphas on a LO could be a fun challenge! My LO has 10 goals and 20 little stitches and uses a resolution theme but feel free to interpret this recipe your own way.    I’m excited to see what you come up with.

Here’s my interpretation.

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(credits here).

REMEMBER – in order to earn Petal Points, all layouts must include the following:

  • use at least 80% W&W goodies
  • post your layout in our challenge gallery and leave a link to your layout in our challenge forum.
  • layouts must be posted by Sunday, January 17th.

Have fun!

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