Wednesday, October 7, 2015

SSCB#48 What's New?

Welcome to the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog! We love seeing what you make with your Serendipity Stamps and Dies. Once a month we post a new challenge with a central theme. The design team provides samples for inspiration at the beginning, and then again at the half way point of the challenge, but you get a whole month to join us!

The rules are simple... play along using at least one Serendipity Stamps image on your submission and link it below. You don't have to have a blog to play along - you can link your designs to any on line gallery. In fairness to other players, we reserve the right to remove entries that do not display a Serendipity Stamps image.

Our winner from the last challenge SSCB#47 Backgrounds is Sabrina F.   Check out all the yummy gold detail in that background she created!

The lucky winner of the $20 gift certificate is Third Sister - Sarah Ashley Posch!
Please contact Jeanne at for your prize.

Ready for our latest challenge?

SSCB#48 What's New? We're looking for projects for any occasion featuring your never before used things. They don't have to be the newest release or latest and greatest. One item just has to be new to you.. something you may have purchased or received as a gift, but haven't gotten around to using yet !

Want to go shopping? The 50% off Stamp of the month for October is the Wheel in Snow.

Mary is also adding a free small cling stamp to every die purchase - her choice while supplies last!

Just a note:  The store now features a "wish list" so you can save your favorites!

Looking for a little inspiration or curious to see what we've been waiting to work with? We have a special guest this month to get your mojo going! Please welcome Pam Simpson from Pam's Crafts! Pam's designs are layered and delicate and sure to make you drool!

Here's some inspiration from the design team!

Now it's your turn!  We can't wait to see your projects!

1 comment:

  1. I think this is my first time entering a challenge. Had fun using my stamp (finally) and ended up stamping and embossing enough to make a ton of cards. Love this sentiment. Now to use the others.