Thursday, September 15, 2011

Challenge #18 - Things with Wings!

Hello everyone and welcome to a new challenge here at Little Miss Muffet Stamps! The last challenge was a tough one but we did get some beautiful entries. This next two week period we have an easy challenge for you... the theme is:

Things with Wings

Barbara has some beautiful fairies that would be perfect for this challenge, or what about Bailey, Autumn's Breath or Butterfly Kisses? To make it really easy for you though, if you use any Little Miss Muffet Stamps image you have a theme of Anything Goes. How easy is that?!

Now let's check out the beautiful inspiration projects from the Design Team:

Katja using Adela Inventing

Peggy using the Hatters

Shirley using Kaitlyn and Brooke

Stephanie using Kaitlyn

Viktoria using Peggy Sue Hatter

Viv using Butterfly Kisses

Arabella using Bailey

Barbara using Melanie

Carisa using Kaitlyn

Cleota using Adela and Dida

Debra using Cocoa

Donna using Adela and Dida

Aren't they fabulous? As always, if you want a closer look at these creations, pop over to the design team members blogs and say hello.

The details:
You have two whole weeks to get your entries in and you can use any image, but of course we would love it if you used a Little Miss Muffet stamps image (and if you do, then the theme is Anything Goes).
The prize is two (or three*) digital images of your choice from the shop (*if the winner would like to be a guest designer for our next challenge they get to choose an extra image!)
Please include a link to this challenge on your blog post and only link your post not your whole blog.

Well I think that's it... We can't wait to see what you make!

Add your link below using the linky tool. You have until September 27 to get your entry in. Good luck!

Arabella Chickie


  1. Double wow..these are fantastic :) Sandra H

  2. Lovely challenge, fabulous DT makes


  3. Beautiful work by the DT. Thanks for the inspiration and fun challenge.

  4. Fantastic work by the DT. You challenge is great and I love the variety. Hugs, 1952