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May 01, 2009



I would love to see a rock star theme or a music type challenge.


To challenge the creative brain: cards that are unusual shapes (not just rectangles, squares, circles or ovals).

Or cards that are very three dimensional!

Andi Sexton (rrlscrapgal)

Hello!!! I'm loving seeing all the gorgeous work! Great idea...

I am new to Caardvarks, and really just love anything you can throw at us!

I could go for a repeat of the farm theme, or ranch theme, or stuff like that! More trees! Houses! School stuff! Itty bitty cards...

See what happens when you ask a newbie????

Cathy Green

I think a challenge with the 'least likely thing to put on a card'. I also love project challenges. Anything that can be used as a gift. Those are some ideas I had.

Jenn C.

Those bird cages look so cute. How about a circus theme? ;)

jen shears

With Memorial Day & 4th of July right around the corner... how 'bout something along those lines?

Valarie Florer

How about a project using only "recycled" paper, such as wallpaper samples, packaging, etc. for your paper?


I think a cool theme would be to have a word theme, pick a word and it could be intepreted in whatever language or way.


Nice. Intersting theme i thik will be: a pathwork on the card.
I think it's chalnge and supose to be pretty and many posibilites.

Darlene L

I am interested in travel theme ideas. Thanks for the chance to win the BG sets! I love their paper but have not used their stamps yet.


I was just scouting those Aviary stamps at the Basic Grey site last night so I had to come over! I would like to see a "For the Boys" theme. No matter how many I make, I still think they are the most challenging!

Tifany D.

OHHHH BUDDY those stamps are adorable! (Please pick me so I don't spend any more of my husband's hard-earned money!)

I recently entered my first Caardvarks challenge - "Trees A Crowd". I am not sure if you have already done a pop up card challenge, but I think it could be fun.

Deb Neerman

Oh, fun; these babies are on my stampin' "wish list!"

Since I have a ton o'chipboard to use up, how 'bout a chipboard challenge?!? Chipboard flowers, in fact!

Have a great weekend, Steph!

~Hugs, Deb


Hi I would like to see more male cards they are such a challenge and also some brayer techniques thanks for the chance to win take care


Those what to do with scraps would be great for us "packrats" who hate to part with treasures.

Kimberly Trevino

Hi! Love your blog!! :)
For an upcoming challenge for CaardVarks I would like to see fun ways to use your scraps!! How does that sound?? Thanks for the chance to win such cute stamps! :)

Miss Iowa

Love your blog! As for a challenge: I'd like to try my hand at inchies. How about a project that incorporates inchies?


I would love an Asian theme- so many pretty stamps out there! Thanks for the chance to win! Mary<><

Diana Foster

Flowers, music would be great.


I would love to see a challenge about men's card. I find it hard to make masculine cards where sports or vehicles not are a theme. So, in other words: no cars, no sport, but card for the Man :-)


I would love to see the same stamps that could be used for a girly girl card or a manly man card. Thanks for a chance.

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