Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Challenge #36 Summertime

Thanks for your USA entries for our Challenge #35! As we mentioned, the USA challenge was open to any creation showing your love for the USA or the 4th of July weekend. The winner we drew at random this month was #5, Amy Marshall, who made this card in honor of the homemade ice cream she and her family always enjoyed over the 4th of July holidays:

Congratulations, Amy! Treat yourself to a free Raisin Boat stamp set of your choice! :-) Please email with the name and item number of your set selection, as well as your mailing address. (To view your stamp set options, go to, click on the Products tab, and click on any category or the catalog link).

Our challenge this month is "Summertime." What do you love about summer -- the ice cream? Vacations? Flowers and gardening? Swimming? Trips to the lake? Fishing? Please show us!

Use any set you have (you don't have to limit your entry to Raisin Boat stamps), but if you DO use a Raisin Boat stamp set, it will count as two entries. That gives you twice the chance to win a FREE stamp set of your choice! You can enter as often as you like.

Upcoming Challenges for 2015 to help you get the perfect set for our next challenge:

July (current challenge): Summertime

August: Birthday
September: Halloween
October: Thankful
November: Christmas

Here are just a few creations to get you started, but check out our Idea Gallery for well over 1,000 more samples that you can search by Raisin Boat stamp set title!

Gorgeous summer weather and scenery always makes a workout more fun!
See supplies used here.

Whether you're soaking up the cool pool or the warm sun, you'll need a beach towel
(and flip flops!). See supplies used here.

Flowers and gardening -- even unexpected little creatures -- are among
the many joys of summer! See supplies used here.

Take time to smell the roses and chase the butterflies...
See supplies used here.

Summer camping wouldn't be the same without fire pits, hot dogs, s'mores and maybe even a curious visitor or two. See supplies used here.

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