Thursday, 2 July 2009

Stampin' Up!® Summer Design Challenge

Why a picture of Dovedale in Derbyshire? Well why not? This picture sums up summer, spending warm evenings cooling down in the water after a picnic.

What does summer mean to you? It's time to start thinking about that because this summer you could win free stamp sets when you participate in the Summer Design Challenge.

Create a summer-inspired project using current Stampin' Up! products for your chance to win some fabulous stamp sets!

There are three prizes available for customers:

First Place: A prize package consisting of stamp sets to the value of £150
Two runners-up: A prize package of stamp sets to the value of £50

Let the season inspire you to craft a unique and original project featuring or interpreting your summer 2009. Your project will be judged on excellence of content, interpretation of the theme, skilful use of technique, use of current Stampin’ Up! products, creativity, and innovation.

What’s more, to encourage my customers to take part in this fabulous competition, I’m offering a separate prize. Every one of my customers or workshop attendees who takes part in this competition is invited to send me a photo of their entry for independent judging. The winner will receive a free stamp set from me! So that seriously increases your chances of winning something fabulous!

Your project must be created using only Stampin' Up! products – so no Cuttlebugs, no binding machines, no altered tins (unless it’s a SU tin, such as the Flower Fusion tin, for example). No sneaking in non-SU white cardstock as, trust me, they'll know! Your project can be a card, home decor, a scrapbook page, or a 3D item. It must be on a summer theme and only one project per participant will be accepted. Your project must also be unique, original (this is not a time for CASEing, I’m afraid), and created for the Summer Design Challenge.

So what are you waiting for? Get stamping!

How to Enter
Post your original project to Stampin’ Up! UK Ltd, Aston Court, Kingsmead Business Park, Frederick Place, High Wycombe, Bucks HP13 1LA, to arrive by 31st August, 2009.

Your entry must include your name, postal address and telephone number. A list of products used must be included with the project submission. Please take a photo of your entry before submitting it as sponsor will not acknowledge receipt of entries, and entries will not be returned as they may be displayed at future Stampin' Up! events or on the Stampin' Up! web site. For a copy of the full rules, please click here.



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