>> Wednesday, December 29, 2010 – Midweek Throwdown Challenge
Thank you everyone who entered into last weeks Valentine challenge!
We enjoyed visiting your blogs and checking out your wonderful cards!
Today we challenge you to make cards for our heroes to send home to their kids, our theme is “Missing You”. Please remember no glitter or glitter products on your cards for Operation Write Home. We’re looking forward to seeing your awesome creations this week!
Our planned challenge for this week was “Anything Goes” but I saw an OWH post on Face Book where Missing You cards for kids were requested and thought, hey what a great challenge! So there you have it…
I didn’t have a sample card maker for this week either so I used a card of mine that was set aside for a future design team project somewhere else. Hope you like it!
To play along in this week's challenge, simply upload a project using this week's challenge to your blog or online gallery then leave a direct link to your project using the Linky widget at the bottom of this post. And remember, you may use this challenge at any time. Feel free to re-post the challenge on your blog along with your card… then come back and leave a link for us so we may all see your cards!
We also have a prize sponsor this week, The Angel Company has given Operation Write Home the set pictured below. A winner will be drawn from the challenge entries for this cute kids set and an announcement will be made at the beginning of our next Midweek Throwdown challenge!
We encourage everyone to take a few moments to visit and leave comments for the other participants. Comments are a wonderful way to say thank you for sharing your creative project and inspires everyone to create.
Thanks for stopping by and hope you join in the fun!
To play along this week, please enter your name, URL and email address in the link below then press next step and select the photo of your creative project. An icon will appear on the blog featuring the photo you selected. If the photo doesn’t appear right away, don’t worry, it will after the page has been refreshed.