Monday, November 1, 2010

November Team Challenge

There are 3 options for November's Challenge! You pick one of them! Remember - You do not need to be a team member to participate - so post a link to your item as a comment below, and let us know which one of these three you decided to participate in! The November challenge is due by November 30th!

1. New Year's celebration Party, Resolution, and Plans for the up coming year..the added colors for this challenge is the classic combination of black and white. Be creative..This could be spectacular..

2. Winter White and Pale Blue and Silver...combination.. You are only limited by your imagination.......These colors make an absolutely breathtaking combination. I can only imagine the treasuries....Let's make this a very very special one...

3. The Birthstone for the month of Jan. is Garnet...

Just a beautiful stone...Please refer to gemstone chart if needed...

http://www.bernardine.com/gemstones/gemstones.htm

4 comments:

Laura said...

Found your blog through Etsy forums! Just thought I would put in one of my items for the November Challenge - Winter White, Pale Blue, and Silver. Although it's not so much white as iridescent...well, you guys can look and see what you think.

http://www.etsy.com/listing/59870080/light-turquoise-teardrop-set-bracelet

Isolde by Wendy said...

Hi, I thought I would just contribute my idea on the theme (not quite pale blue though)

"2. Winter White and Pale Blue and Silver"

http://www.etsy.com/listing/60072493/a-balancing-act-turqoise-rock-crystal?ref=pr_shop

HIDE A HEART said...

While NOT a garnet gem, the color fits the guidelines. http://www.etsy.com/listing/60939690/garnet-color-glass-heart-key-charm
Safety belt awareness is important all year round.
Let me know if you agree.
MCatherine

Kimberly said...

Found you in the Etsy forums. :) I'm all over the November Challenge #2:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/62903208/mineral-eyeshadow-trio-holiday-2010

This is one of my holiday sets of mineral eye shadows, this combo is "Snowflake."