Monday, May 18, 2015

May’s OSC Challenge Inspiration Part Two


Happy Monday! We have our second round of inspiration projects from our amazing One Sweet Challenge (OSC) Designers. Remember our theme is “things with wings,” and your deadline is May 30. Thanks to all our entries so far! Your projects are gorgeous! To enter you can click on the page above or click here. NOTE: Please review the challenge rules. Prizes have been updated.

Let’s get started with your Sweet Pea Stamps May challenge inspiration.

Annie’s card using ching-chou kuik’s digital image Toadstool Fascination.


Annie’s second project is a handmade decorative box
using Katerina Koukidis's Secret Garden rubber stamp.



Bonnie’s mixed-media piece using the digital image Fireflies by Janna Prosvinina.



Audrey’s card using Molly Harrison’s Little Winter Angel.


Debbie’s card using Blossom by Teresa Sherman.


Carolyn's card with A Little Bird Told Me by Norma J. Burnell.



Linda using Conie Fong's rubber stamp Mother and Baby Boy for her altered clock.

Aletha's colored version of Mitzi Sato-Wiuff's Daisy Elf.

Thanks so much to the OSC designers. We hope that you take a little time and stop by their blogs and let them know how they inspired you.

Did you know…


In our Sweet Pea Stamps Facebook group we have a progressive challenge every two weeks. First, we have a call for projects using any Sweet Pea Stamps image that is available in the store. That theme is “anything goes.” Then those entries will receive a digital image FREE of charge, chosen by our leader and SPS store owner Lynette, for Part Two of the progressive challenge. With that FREE digital image you are asked to make a project and enter it in Part Two. Random.org will pick the winner of Part Two. That winner will receive another digital image of the winner’s choice from the SPS store. Even if you don’t enter our progressive challenge, we hope you will stop by for inspiration and share your Sweet Pea Stamps art. The current FB Progressive challenge started Part 2 today, May 18.

The Sweet Pea Stamps Designers blog showcases Sweet Pea goodness every day. Need a little pick me up for your creative mojo, or sometimes to view a video, stop by, like I said, “every day.” You can also find the challenge blogs that Sweet Pea Stamps is sponsoring. Here’s another chance to win more SPS goodness.

Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, May 4, 2015

May One sweet Challenge is Live


We have a winner to announce first before we start on the May 2015 challenge here at One Sweet Challenge. We had some great entries and I want to thank all of you who entered in our April challenge. Unfortunately there will be just one winner that Random.org can pick. Our April 2015 winner is #19, Lucy of Lucy Loves Scrapping. Congratulations Lucy! Lucy, you can pick up your badge in our sidebar and please contact Aletha at ajsdesigns@cox.net for instructions on receiving your $5 gift certificate.



Now for our May 2015 theme. I cannot believe that we are almost at the half-way mark for 2015. Our theme this month is a perfect one for May, “Things with Wings.” We want to see your art using “anything with wings.” Your art can be anything you want, but you must follow the OSC rules and that month’s theme.  If you do not, your entry will be deleted. Please post your entries in the page above or click May 2015 One Sweet Challenge Entries.

OSC designers have some amazing projects to share with you to start the challenge and for some Sweet Pea inspiration.

Annie using Concetta Kilmer’s Queen of Hearts digital image.


Linda with ching-chou kuik’s Raven’s Soul rubber stamp.


Carolyn using Ronne P. Barton’s digital image Green Bubble Sprite.


Bonnie using Dreamy Lashes digital image by Main Lynn.


Debbie using Just Sitting digital image by Lemon Shortbread.


Fernanda (Sweet Pea Stamp’s Colorist)
using Janna Prosvirina's digital image Garden Fairy.


We can’t wait to see what you all are going to do with May’s theme of “Things with Wings.” Remember, if you use a Sweet Pea Stamps image and you win, your prize is a $10 gift certificate to the Sweet Pea Store.

Did you know…

In our Sweet Pea Stamps Facebook group we have a progressive challenge every two weeks. First, we have a call for projects using any Sweet Pea Stamps image that is available in the store. That theme is “anything goes.” Then those entries will receive a digital image FREE of charge, chosen by our leader and SPS store owner Lynette, for Part Two of the progressive challenge. With that FREE digital image you are asked to make a project and enter it in Part Two. Random.org will pick the winner of Part Two. That winner will receive another digital image of the winner’s choice from the SPS store. Even if you don’t enter our progressive challenge, we hope you will stop by for inspiration and share your Sweet Pea Stamps art. The current FB Progressive challenge started Part 2 on February 23.

The Sweet Pea Stamps Designers blog showcases Sweet Pea goodness every day. Need a little pick me up for your creative mojo, or sometimes to view a video, stop by, like I said, “every day.”

Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, April 20, 2015

April 2015 One Sweet Challenge Part Two



It’s the third Monday of April and it’s time for our second round of Sweet Pea Stamps (SPS) inspiration from our very talented Once Sweet Challenge Designers.

For our April 2015 challenge we have a theme of “spring has sprung.” Our prizes for our challenges are a $10 coupon to the SPS store if the winner uses an SPS rubber stamp or digital image and a $5 coupon to the SPS store if the winner did not use an SPS rubber stamp or digital image.  NOTE: Please read the rules for our One Sweet Challenge located on our right sidebar. They have changed just a little.

The One Sweet Challenge designers have completed some beautiful spring art work for your enjoyment and inspiration. 


 







In our Sweet Pea Stamps Facebook group  we have a progressive challenge every two weeks. First, we have a call for projects using any Sweet Pea Stamps image that is available in the store. That theme is “anything goes.” Then those entries will receive a digital image FREE of charge, chosen by our leader and SPS store owner Lynette, for Part Two of the progressive challenge. With that FREE digital image you are asked to make a project and enter it in Part Two. Random.org will pick the winner of Part Two. That winner will receive another digital image of the winner’s choice from the SPS store. Even if you don’t enter our progressive challenge, we hope you will stop by for inspiration and share your Sweet Pea Stamps’ art.

The Sweet Pea Stamps Designers blog showcases Sweet Pea goodness every day. Need a little pick me up for your creative mojo, or sometimes to view a video, stop by, like I said, “every day.”

We hope that you take some time and visit the OSC designers’ blogs. There are a few that will give you a small tutorial along with their creative process. Thanks for visiting and we wish you a very happy spring and a creative April. We will have a brand new challenge starting on May 4. Mark your calendars!

Monday, April 6, 2015

April 2015 One Sweet Challenge



It’s the first Monday of April and it’s time for a new challenge here at One Sweet Challenge. Before we head that way we need to announce the winner for our March challenge. The winner is Wendy Lynn. Wendy, please contact me at ajsdesigns at cox dot net to receive your $5 coupon to the Sweet Pea Stamps store.




For our April 2015 challenge we have a theme of “spring has sprung.” I hope that most of us are ready for spring. Our prizes for our challenges are a $10 coupon if the winner uses a Sweet Pea Stamp rubber stamp or digital image and a $5 coupon to the Sweet Pea Stamp store if the winner did not use a Sweet Pea Stamp. The challenge rules have changed, please read carefully. NOTE: Please place your entries in the page above or click here.

Are you ready for some “spring has sprung” inspiration? The One Sweet Challenge designers have completed some beautiful spring art work.











In our Sweet Pea Stamps Facebook group we have a progressive challenge every two weeks. First, we have a call for projects using any Sweet Pea Stamps image that is available in the store. That theme is “anything goes.” Then those entries will receive a digital image FREE of charge, chosen by our leader and SPS store owner Lynette, for Part Two of the progressive challenge. With that FREE digital image you are asked to make a project and enter it in Part Two. Random.org will pick the winner of Part Two. That winner will receive another digital image of the winner’s choice from the SPS store. Even if you don’t enter our progressive challenge, we hope you will stop by for inspiration and share your Sweet Pea Stamps art.

The Sweet Pea Stamps Designers blog showcases Sweet Pea goodness every day. Need a little pick me up for your creative mojo, or sometimes to view a video, stop by, like I said, “every day.”

Thanks for stopping by and we wish you a very happy spring and a creative April. I hope you come back in a couple of weeks for more Sweet Pea “spring has sprung” inspiration.
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Monday, March 16, 2015

One Sweet Challenge for March 2015 Part 2



It’s time for more Sweet Pea Stamps (SPS) goodness and inspiration. Our One Sweet Challenge (OSC) designers have done it again with our March theme of “pastel colors with ribbon, lace, AND pearls. We want to see all three embellishments in your piece of art. Sweet Pea Stamps monthly winner is chosen with Random.org. Our prizes are a $10 coupon if a Sweet Pea image is used in the project, or a $5 coupon without a Sweet Pea image in the project. Why would you not want to use a Sweet Pea image? The place for your entry link is above in our headings below our banner, or click here.

On to our OSC Designers and their pastel colors and those three embellishments. I think they did rather awesomely.

Annie using Conie Fong’s digital image Spring Flowers.


Linda using Katerina Koukiotis’s digital image Snow Angel.


 Pauline using Conie Fong’s digital image Precious.


Bonnie using Meredith Dillman’s digital image Fanciful Notions.


Debbie using Karen Middleton’s  digital image Easter Daffodil.


In our Sweet Pea Stamps Facebook group we have a progressive challenge every two weeks. First, we have a call for projects using any Sweet Pea Stamps image that is available in the store. That theme is “anything goes.” Then those entries will receive a digital image FREE of charge, chosen by our leader and SPS store owner Lynette, for Part Two of the progressive challenge. With that FREE digital image you are asked to make a project and enter it in Part Two. Random.org will pick the winner of Part Two. That winner will receive another digital image of the winner’s choice from the SPS store. Even if you don’t enter our progressive challenge, we hope you will stop by for inspiration and share your Sweet Pea Stamps art. The current FB Progressive challenge started Part 2 on February 23.

The Sweet Pea Stamps Designers blog showcases Sweet Pea goodness every day. Need a little pick me up for your creative mojo, or sometimes to view a video, stop by, like I said, “every day.”

I hope that you join us for our March 2015 One Sweet Challenge. Thanks for stopping by and have a very creative two weeks. We will have a new challenge starting on April 6!
Sweet Pea Stamps

Monday, March 2, 2015

One Sweet Challenge for March 2015

I hope that everyone had a great weekend! We have a brand new challenge theme ready to go, but first we want to announce our March winner.  Congratulations goes to Art Jypsy! AJ, please contact me at ajsdesigns at cox dot net and I will let you know how to receive your $5 Sweet Pea Stamps certificate.


For our March One Sweet Challenge (OSC) theme we want to see “pastel colors with ribbon, laced, AND pearls. Please note the “AND,” we want all three embellishments with your pastel colors. Sweet Pea Stamps monthly winner is chosen with Random.org. Our prizes are a $10 coupon if a Sweet Pea image is used in the project, or a $5 coupon without a Sweet Pea image in the project. Why would you not want to use a Sweet Pea image?

On to our OSC Designers. Don’t they do marvelous work? We are fortunate to have their amazing talents. Each one offers their own unique style.

Annie using Julie Burgess’s rubber stamp Rainy.




Pauline using Lynne Stanbery’s digital image Devotion.



Bonnie using Helena Reis’s digital image Cherry Blossom Dreams.



Debbie using Norma J. Burnell’s digital image Posy.



 Linda using Ching-Chou Kuik’s Dark Lillies.

In our Sweet Pea Stamps Facebook group we have a progressive challenge every two weeks. First, we have a call for projects using any Sweet Pea Stamps image that is available in the store. That theme is “anything goes.” Then those entries will receive a digital image FREE of charge, chosen by our leader and SPS store owner Lynette, for Part Two of the progressive challenge. With that FREE digital image you are asked to make a project and enter it in Part Two. Random.org will pick the winner of Part Two. That winner will receive another digital image of the winner’s choice from the SPS store. Even if you don’t enter our progressive challenge, we hope you will stop by for inspiration and share your Sweet Pea Stamps art. The current FB Progressive challenge started Part 2 on February 23.

The Sweet Pea Stamps Designers blog showcases Sweet Pea goodness every day. Need a little pick me up for your creative mojo, or sometimes to view a video, stop by, like I said, “every day.”

I hope that you join us for our March 2015 One Sweet Challenge. Thanks for stopping by and have a very creative two weeks. We will have more OSC Designer inspiration on March 16!

Welcome to the new and improved Sweet Pea Stamps challenge blog. We are so glad you found us. Please update your bookmarks, subscribe to the blog and check out the upcoming challenge!

Now for the good stuff. Each month there will be a challenge. The first Monday of the month a new challenge will be issued. Entries will be in the running for a gift certificate to the Sweet Pea Stamps Store. The winner will be chosen at random.

Thanks for stopping by and please share our new link! Questions can be forwarded to Aletha, or ajsdesigns at cox dot net.