**UPDATE: One thing we did not address when we switched to monthly challenges was the number of entries allowed per person. We will allow 2 entries per person to keep things as fair as possible! 🙂
Hi Farmers! Today we are introducing a NEW change to our Farm Fresh Friday Challenges! Going forward our FFF Challenges will start on the first of every month and will run for an entire month to give you all more time to enter. We are also changing the prize amount. Instead of $25, the new prize amount will be $50!!! Can you believe it?!! At the end of the month you could possibly win a $50 Gift Certificate to The Greeting Farm Store, WOO HOO!!
Before we get to our new challenge, we need to announce the winner from the May 22nd “Put A Bow On It” Challenge. The random winner is:
Please contact Rosemary (firstname.lastname@example.org) to claim your $25 Gift Certificate to TGF store. You have 2 weeks to email Rosemary to claim your prize, otherwise the prize is forfeited.
Now on to our JUNE Farm Fresh Challenge!! We want to see you use those BUTTONS! You know those little things that have been sitting in a jar collecting dust on your shelf. Pull those babies out and add them to your cards! Remember, this challenge will run all month long!
Here’s some inspiration from our amazing Design Team!
Anita using Wood Friends
Holly using SSSC Slippers (sentiment from Wood Friends)
Kelli using Skyward Anya
Krystal using Wood Friends
– You must use a TGF stamp (rubber, digi, or clear) as your main image. Images must be hand-colored.
– Entries must be uploaded via InLinkz (below) no later than JUNE 30th at 12:00PM CST. Maximum 2 entries per person.
(If the InLinkz tool is missing, feel free to link your submission URL in the comment section.)
– The fabulous prize: A $50 Gift Certificate to The Greeting Farm Store!!
You have two weeks to email Rosemary (email@example.com) to claim your prize, otherwise prize is forfeited
Be sure to enter new creations only…No Backlinking please!
Thanks for playing along!
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This post was written by Rosemary Bridges