Technique Junkies

Challenge Rules

Here at Technique Tuesday, I like to keep things pretty simple.  BUT, I also try to be very orderly and therefore have set just a few rules for this challenge.

1. When you link up your project, please link to your DIRECT POST, not just your blog.  To do this, go to your blog, click on the title of the post you'd like to link, copy the address in your address bar, and link that specific address to the list.
2. Please link back to this blog when posting your project.  More info here.
3. Feel free to enter other challenges besides mine, but remember that if you link up to more than 10 combined, you forfeit your chances at becoming Top Winner or being Showcased.
4. Technique Tuesday is a TECHNIQUE challenge.  In order to qualify for a chance at becoming Top Winner or be Showcased, you must stick to the tutorial given as closely as possible.  I know that you may not have all of the same tools that I do, but I'd like to see some sort of similarities between the tutorial and your creation.  To be a bit more clear, images and colors are always, unless otherwise stated, up to YOUR imagination!  Feel free to choose someone else's color scheme if no colors are specified in my tutorial!
5. We ask for those with 'Word Verification' to turn it off please! This makes commenting faster and ensures that our DT has time to comment on as many entries as possible.  If you choose not to turn it off, you may or may not hear from our DT regarding your lovely creation!  Opt for comment moderation instead! :)
6. Please follow this blog.  I like knowing people like me and my challenge.  This is a purely selfish rule. ;)
7. HAVE FUN!  If you have questions about the technique, please email me!  I want this to be something that is enjoyable for you! :)

Thanks, and happy stamping!



Pumpy said...

Thanks for visiting my Blog Mynnette, I am returning the visit. you have a lovely blog. I must do work on mine.

Butternutsage said...

thank you!

Joanie said...

Thanks for demonstrating this technique! It's new to me and I can't wait to try it on my cards.