Hope the summer heat isn't bothering you all that much anymore.
Over here we went from blazing summer heat to fall weather from one day to the
other... That's not good either.
But for me September is usually the time when my annual holiday is
close, so I am always looking forward to September. This year I will spend 2
weeks in Kenya - going on Safari and spending some time on the
beautiful beach of the Indian Ocean. So I hope that I will have some amazing
photos for you when we start the next challenge in October...
Well, it seems like you liked our Summer fun at the beach challenge - we've had some wonderful entries... I will post the winner later on today, so come back to see who the winners are.
Before I go on about the challenge now, I first I have some sad news - our wonderful teamie Lisa has left our team because of changes in her life. We will miss her and her wonderful creations a lot, but we also wish her all the best for the future... Thank you sooo much for contributing to Creatalicious Challenges!
So we are looking for another DT-member now.
So if you're interested in joining our DT just add DT after your name when entering this challenge and I will come around and check out your blog.
What do you have to do as a DT member at Creatalicious Challenges:
You need to create one project per month (sometimes we get images to work with) and comment on the entries (everyone has an allocated number). That's about it...
About the new challenge:
Anyways, as Halloween is at the end of next month, we would like
to see all your gorgeous Halloween creations, may it be a card, a candy bag/box
or decoration... Whatever you can think off, as long as it is for Halloween. It
is one of the holidays I liked most when I was an Au Pair in the US and it
always reminds me of that time...
We also have very generous sponsors for this challenge, which are
Prize - $15 gift cert.
Here are the inspiration projects of the team for you...
made a little card using "Pumpkin Boo"...the glitter on trees is glowing in the dark!!! :D
using "Eleanor and Pickles Book of Spells"
using "Dulcinea Sugar Skulls"