Monday, 7 August 2017

Anything Goes this August - Cathy Potosky (Guest)

Let's raise the roof for these fun challenges. 


I love watching all of you create in your own amazing styles, and then having you participate and share them here brings us a lot of joy.

We dare you to join us in the fun!


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Today we have a special guest filling in. 
Please welcome back 


Hello creative people! I'm popping in for a visit with my Emerald Creek family today! And yay for an Anything Goes Challenge because it gave me a chance to play with a new Seth Apter die set. Loved using my EC embossing powders in different ways and on different materials for this one.
Head over to my blog for more details.


Emerald Creek Supplies used:

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STAMPS:
EMBOSSING POWDERS:


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One of our own has now been evacuated along with so many others.
I am hoping you will take a minute and if you are able, please donate by clicking this link to the Red Cross to help with the BC Wildfires. These fires are destroying homes, livelihoods and finances for so many. Even members of our creative family have been evacuated or are still in danger of evacuation. Once we see the fires end and lives can begin to rebuild, will be doing giveaways and sponsorships to help people start healing by offering gifts of hope and love through creative healing.


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To enter this month's Fireworks & Sparks Dare, use the InLinkz below. Remember to follow the challenge rules as posted on the right sidebar of the blog, in order to be eligible.



 The winner, as voted upon by our Design Team members, receives a $50 Gift Certificate for the Emerald Creek Craft Supplies Shop and the top 3 Special Mentions receive a badge to post on their blog and a 20% off discount code for the shop.

But wait, there is more...
just for entering our Dare Challenge, you can receive 10% off your Emerald Creek order.


So what are you waiting for... we DARE you!





1 comment:

  1. Great card Cathy! Like how you used the emboss powders on the die cuts!

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