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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Challenge # 104 - One Layer use Red

Hi everyone,  hope you have all had a creative week, so many wonderful entries for our Heart challenge.  Lets look at last weeks winners as chosen by

Winner of the A&T Digital Designs Prize

Winner of the Dr Digis House of Stamps Prize 

Congratulatulations Ladies.  please contact Alex at for your prize, putting "The Crafter's Cafe Winner" in the subject line.  Don't forget your winners badge from the side bar.

Top 3 in numerical order are


 Congratulations, please take your Top 3 badge from the side bar.

Onto this week challenge, which is One Layer Card and use some RED
And our sponsor is Rick St Dennis


Now some wonderful inspiration from our DT

Alex using - Fanny Fox Paw
Cass using Flirty Flora Valentine Girl

Chanya13 using  Budd Rose Fairy

Margaret using Cindy Digital Stamp

Monica using Charlotte Chic Valentine Girl

Shireen usingJuliette

Now it's your turn


Wendy said...

Great design team samples. I love Rick St. Dennis stamps! Thanks for the "one layer+red" challenge.

♥ Mys ♥ said...

Awww...Thank you so much for choosing me as one of the top 3:) I'm so honored and proud:) Congratulations to the winners an the other Top 3 pics - lovely creations.
Thanks for the new challenge. I hope to play along:)

Bimba said...

Wow! I am so proud! Thank you for picking me as one of your TOP 3! Congrats girls!

Gail said...

I guess I didn't understand the challenge since I thought one layer meant a single layer of paper and not an image mounted on another piece of paper.