Wednesday 2 October 2013

October challenge

Hello everyone - well I am here just running a little late (as usual!!).
First of all can I say thank you to everyone who entered September's challenge, all 200 of you, even though we only had half of the month due to my delay in setting the challenge!  And on that note, thank you to everyone who sent kind messages about the loss of my beautiful dog William.  He is still very much missed and always will be but I thought I would share a quick piccie of him so you can see him;
William 2003 -2013

Anyway, onto brighter things and this months challenge;

Halloween and/or use your die cuts

I love Halloween but I don't have much call to make cards for it as it isn't that big here in the UK so I have given you the option to do Halloween if you love it or use your die cuts if you don't :) 
The winner will get a £10 voucher to spend online plus a top three will be picked who can have a badge for their blog if they would like one!

Inspiration from the team this month is fab as ever (and if you were interested in being a DT member when I asked a while ago look out for a message in your inbox as I hope to ask people to join the DT over the next couple of days.)

 So we would love it if you could join in with our fun challenge this month.  
Finally I notice we are creeping towards 300 followers so as soon as we hit that number I think we will start a little giveaway including a Gelli plate from Gelli Arts.

Have fun



  1. Beautiful photo of you and William - he was a handsome dog. Sending hugs to you in your loss.

    Thanks for another challenge!

  2. Such a gorgeous photo, take care & a big hug love Jane x

  3. Another super challenge and fabulous DT cards xx

  4. Fabulous DT inspiration and thank you for doing a challenge when things are tough for you.
    He was a real beauty - I've always had a thing for red heads anyways and he was stunning. I hope things are a little more bearable for you now x

  5. Dear Sam, I know how I feel about my beagle Bailey who is now sporting a lot of white hair on his face and is 11 years old and know you must love William as much. My prayers are with you so the pain lessens so you can bear his absence. I've thought about losing Bailey and my tears flow just thinking about it. I am so sorry that William has gone to Rainbow Bridge. If you do not know the story of Rainbow Bridge, please e-mail me so I can send it to you. It gives me hope that Bailey and I will be together again. All my hugs, Gail