It's BACK! Our annual 13 days of Halloween Challenges! Whoop whoop! Many of you will remember this from the previous two years. We will be replacing all challenges for this month with the 13 days of Halloween!
Hold on to your broom sticks gals as this is going to be one fun and funky ride! Each for each challenge, you will have just a few days to participate! That's right just 3-2, maybe 2-1 at times, days to complete the project! It's fast paced and made to challenge you to get it done fast! It will force you to use all your fun new Halloween images from SBS! Nope, SBS image not required to play along, but is required for the prizes! What are the prizes? Well, each day will have a special prize, but the best prize will be a spot on the Simply Challenged Challenges DT for 2013!!! Waaahooooo!
Here are a few guidelines for that DT spot:
1. You must participate in all 13 Challenges
2. You must use SBS images
3. Place the 13 days of Halloween Badge on your site
4. HAVE FUN!
The winner will be chosen by most votes by the DT. Winner will be announced Nov. 10th-hey that's my birthday but one of you will get the SURPRISE!
So get ready for one Funky good time! Let's kick it off with our first Challenge...
Trick or Treat for a Tot, anything for a child
1. Make anything suitable for a Child, a treat bag, a page layout, card, anything as long as it is Halloween and for a child!
2. There must be at least 6 entries for the prize.
3. Winner will be determined by popular vote by the DT
4. Must be a new project never posted on any online sites
Opens 10/2 and Closes 10/4 at 6:00pm PST
1 Secret image from our next Jude and the Rockers release and Guest Showcase Designer for the preview day of that image.
That's it! Now get to crafting as you have less than 3 full days to upload your projects!
Click here to visit the Simply Challenged Challenge blog to participate!
Here is my creation for the first day of the 13 Days of Halloween!
Sweets Container. I used Little Pumpkin Lilly from the the Jude and the Rockers Halloween collection. I used a plastic coffee container that I painted purple to create a little place to store some treats. It's easy to open with little fingers.