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Hi Lisa!  All of the entries that use exclusively Gina K. stamps (any other products can be from any company) get put into some type of "drawing" and are randomly drawn.  You can enter multiple times with new cards/projects and your chances will be greater.  However we do keep a bit of an eye out so people don't constantly win over and over so that everyone can truly enjoy the challenges and the chances to win!

Thanks for the info.  It is a lot of fun to try to create something within the  "boundaries" of the challenges.  I find myself trying things that I probably wouldn't think of on my own.  Since I am fairly new to stamping, I am really enjoying the inspiration I get from all the entries!  And thanks for the opportunity to play along!!

Lisa, that's one of the reasons I join the challenges.  Otherwise I would be stagnant I'm sure.  I really love the inspiration I get from the variety of challenges on STV!



Lisa Babitz said:

Thanks for the info.  It is a lot of fun to try to create something within the  "boundaries" of the challenges.  I find myself trying things that I probably wouldn't think of on my own.  Since I am fairly new to stamping, I am really enjoying the inspiration I get from all the entries!  And thanks for the opportunity to play along!!

Hi I'm Vicki, a grandmother of 7 (2-8 years) and they are a blast.  My problem is, I get the stamps then have no imagination as how to put them to good use.  That's why I check out Gina's wonderful video's and use her ideas.  Plus I copy and paste the samples from the design team.  I have a huge book full of examples.  I love it that all the supplies, and card measurements are below the video.  I look forward to seeing Gina's video every day.  So I want to thank you for your ideas, therefore, I will probably not be posting a card sample for a challenge, it wouldn't be nice to make a card that someone else has already made.  :-).  

This is THE most difficult site to navigate.  I want to upload my card

but I don't see anything anywhere on how and where to do this.

Hi Sheila, I've not been here all that long but I know if you click on forum at the upper part of the page then to HELPFULL SITE INFO  on the drop down there's a lot of helpful information. In the Forum there's also an ASK  US that is great for getting answers to any questions you might have I know I've learned a lot there. Welcome and I look forward to your cards. This link might help http://stamptv.ning.com/forum/topics/how-to-upload-your-stamped I hope you have as much fun on STV as I'm having. I hope I've helped.

Sheila Lile said:

This is THE most difficult site to navigate.  I want to upload my card

but I don't see anything anywhere on how and where to do this.

Carole,

Thanks, I went to that site and it's to upload to the gallery not the challenge.

I did find I got my card into the gallery...but I still can't find the place to upload

for the challenge.  Guess I will email for help.  Thanks, again.

To upload for the challenge, type the challenge number into the tag line when you upload.  It will appear in the challenge.

Hope this helps.  You can always send a note to the challenge team member and they can help you further.



Sheila Lile said:

Carole,

Thanks, I went to that site and it's to upload to the gallery not the challenge.

I did find I got my card into the gallery...but I still can't find the place to upload

for the challenge.  Guess I will email for help.  Thanks, again.

This is my first time entering a challenge. So nervous, all the cards posted are always so pretty. Your card is amazing.Two borders great challenge. Here is my card

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Hi Epps!  To enter the challenges you need to upload the card into the gallery and put the keyword or tag into the box for tags so we can find it!  So glad you are enjoying playing along!

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