Saturday, October 11, 2014

JUGS #262 Trend Challenge

Hi Everyone! Sue T. here with this week's trend challenge. I love the trend challenges and this has been one of my favorites for the past several months- OMBRE. For those of you who don't know what ombre is it is a shaded or graduated tone of color. You can see this trend from clothing to furniture to hair color, so naturally it has seeped into stamping. Still not sure please check out what our guest designer Wanda and the design team have come up with and show us your ombre designs.

Now on a sad note and with a heavy heart, I have stepped down as a designer for JUGs. As the saying goes "life just got in the way", what with a new FT nurse coordinator job and graduate school. I will be checking out what our designers are creating and hope to play along myself when time permits. It has been a great year and the JUG girls are an awesome group to work with!

OK enough tears! Do me proud on my last challenge and play along!!


Design Team

If you win Chic of the Week in any of our  October challenges, you will be in the running to be our Guest Designer for the month of December.  Good luck!

How to play:  Please copy and use our graphic in your post.  You need to upload your new project [no back dating please] for this week's challenge to your online blog or to a public photo gallery.  Leave a link that goes directly to your project in the Linky Tools form at the bottom of this post.  If you upload to an online gallery, please use keyword JUGS# 262   .  After you post to Linky Tools you may also leave a comment here.  We ♥ hearing what you think of our challenges!

Deadline to be considered for the "Chic of the Week" is 9PM EST on Thursday, October 16.  Our Chick of the Week will be announced the following Friday.  Thanks for playing along.


Ann said...

Lovely creations by the DT. I am a follower of your blog through Bloglovin. Thanks for the chance to play along.

Sharyn Polesel said...

Thank you so much! We are happy that you are joining us this week!

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