Monday, October 13, 2008
Turn on the Inspiration- 5 week running contest!
Transparent Touches is having a running TV show themed contest and we are so excited about it! Here are the details for the first week:
For those of you who watch this show, you are probably familiar with the theme of the show... Outwit, Outlast, Outplay. This is the mantra of the show and thus will be our theme for this week's challenge. You do not need to watch the show or be a fan to use the theme to create.
SHOW us your LOs using Outwit or Outlast or Outplay (or a combo of all three) LOs. You can use this theme any way you would like such as sports type LOs, children playing LOs...anything that would somehow fit with the theme. You can even do a LO on being a fan of the show if that interests you. Bring it on and I can't wait to see what you create.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: You need to use at least 2 pieces of patterned paper and one piece of chipboard.
You can create more than one for this week if you would like. Each LO completed will count as one entry into the final grand prize drawing.
You must upload your LO to the "Turn on the Inspiration Contest Gallery" by midnight Oct 19th PST. Please include in the title "week 1" or "wk 1" so that I can match it up easily with the challenge. Thank you.
You do not need to sign up for this contest and you can participate each week or just one week but keep in mind if you do complete all weeks in time, you receive an extra entry into the grand prize drawing.
Tomorrow a game will be posted so play along with that this week if you would like.
Please see the original post in this section for additional details, rules, and prize info.
LOs should be newly created specifically for this challenge.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Have fun and get creative!
Here is the original post with all the contest details and the other shows that will be featured: http://www.transparenttouches.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=8693
Thanks and we hope to you see play along!
DT and Blog Coordinator
Posted by Anonymous at 11:06 AM