Work it Wednesday November 2014

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Hello and welcome to Work It Wednesday for November 2014!

In case you’re wondering what ‘Work It Wednesday’ is, let me explain:

On the last Wednesday of every month, we want to see what you’re creating! The Simon Says Stamp community is so very talented, and we want to see more of your cards and projects every month.

We thought this would be a great way for all of you to ‘stretch your creative muscles’ and share what you’ve been working on. So we’ll give you a little challenge each month, and you’ll have until the following month to share what you’ve made. Please limit entries to 3 per month.

Each month we’ll pick a few random participants to win a Simon Says Stamp grab bag!

The projects and cards that were shared for STAMPtember were so great! We loved seeing what all of you did with the special color recipe we provided!

You can see all of the cards and projects that were shared for STAMPtember here.

The following three participants were randomly chosen to win a goody bag from Simon Says Stamp:

Chriss Blagrave
Adele Holcomb
Ancema

Please email samantha@simonsaysstamp.com with your mailing address and we’ll get your prize sent out to you.

Now on to this month’s challenge! Since we’re nearing the official kickoff of the holiday season, we want you to share what you’re working on for the holidays! Anything goes!! (Tags/Cards/Scrapbook Layouts/etc.) It just needs to feature something holiday themed. :)

Once you’re done creating, share your project below!

Now you know what to do! WORK it! ;)


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