Thursday, June 18, 2015

Challenge #35 The USA

Hats off to the graduation card entries in our Challenge #34! The winner was #2, Andie Miller, with this clever graduation announcement:

Congratulations, Andie! We don't have a stamping diploma to hand to you for this class-act creation, but we will hand over 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 "The USA." Red, white and blue are not requirements -- just a display of your love for USA or the 4th of July holiday weekend! Show us a card for a soldier, or a July 4th picnic announcement, or a scrapbook page about what you love to do over the holiday weekend. Anything that celebrates and honors the July 4th holiday or America -- Bald eagles? The flag? Baseball? It's your creation, and your chance to win a free Raisin Boat set!

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:

June: The USA (Current Challenge)

July: 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!

Many people go camping for the 4th of July weekend -- maybe even glamping!
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Thanks to all of our soldiers for their dedicated service!
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Couldn't say it any better than Elmer Davis does in this tribute.
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Heading to the cabin and perhaps even watching fireworks on the lake?
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