Thursday, April 30, 2009

GUESS the MATERIAL CHALLENGE - Give-A-Way!!!


Good Morning all-

It's Thursday and I thought that I would do a CHALLENGE today and give a great prize for the person who gets the answer right. Okay...here's how we are going to do this.

I am uploading a card that I created. On that card, I used an "unconvetional" item as part of the embellishment. What you would need to do is NAME THAT ITEM I USED and WHERE ON THE CARD I USED IT. You are ONLY allowed to give one answer. You have until 10:59pm EST tonight to post your answer in the COMMENT SECTION of this post. I will then take all the poeple who answered CORRECTLY, and then a GRAND PRIZE winner from the CORRECT ANSWERS will then be selected. I hope that make sense. The winner will be announced FRIDAY MORNING on my blog....so you will have to come back to see if you won!
Now...I guess you are wondering what the give awaw is......DRUM ROLL PLEASE...........................................................................................................................................................

The Prize is a TIM HOLTZ DESIGN RULER. This ruler is great b/c it is a clear measuring stick with a straight edge and grid for drawing lines and measuring lengths, a metal strip for cutting, and evenly spaced holes for piercing.
Well....good luck. Remember ONLY ONE ANSWER PER PERSON. You can make as many comments about the card as you like....but only ONE answer per person. Just say, MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS________________________. THE________ was used on the card here....and name that area.

Thanks for stopping by and good luck!!!

41 comments:

Olenka said...

racking my brain but I dont see anything unconventional that could have been used unless you used a different kind of cardboard like a cereal box that you used to punch the scalloped hole piece with.

mitch1066 said...

Sandpaper!!

michelle from canadiancuttlebugcrew.....
i'm going to follow your blog now:)

Genie said...

My answer for the challenge is sand paper, it is used as a back round for the stamped image right side, and has scalloped edge.

Cheryl said...

My answer is just what the other two said. Looks like sandpaper on the scallop. Great blog Kimba

Heather in FL said...

MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS SANDPAPER

THE Sandpaper was used on the card as a background element -- the one punched with the Fiskars punch. :-)

This was fun even if I didn't win. :-)

Esther said...

My guess for the challenge is sandpaper...its on the right edge..scalloped...
I love your cards by the way..great work..

you can reach me at http://estherscreativedesigns.blogspot.com/

hugs
Esther

StampnInkLady said...

Hi Kimberly!

Lori from Canadian Cuttlebug Crew here! The brown piece with the holes behind your image, I believe is Cork! I would really love to win that Tim Holtz design ruler. I saw a video on it a couple of days ago and it is fabulous! Thanks for the chance and I love your card! Hugs Lori Reinholz
http://stampninklady.blogspot.com/

Crystals Cards said...

I also think the piece that has the scalloped edge on it is sandpaper.
crystal from Canadiancuttlebugcrew

A Touch of SOL said...

MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS sandpaper. THE sandpaper was used on the lower right side of the card as a scalloped edge. Crossing my finger for the new ruler. Great challenge.

Loves Paper Crafts said...

My guess is sandpaper. You used it down the right side of the card and use a scallop edge punch (Threading Water, I think). It's a very pretty look. I'll have to try it.

Sandy flemings@eastonteachers.org

poki said...

Your border is punched from Cork!

~ Anne ~ said...

Sandpaper :)

It's down the right side and you used a border punch to create the dotted scallop.

Marlene W said...

My answer for the challenge is sandpaper. The sandpaper was used on the card behind the tag with scalloped edges and holes.
Good Luck everyone. Love your bolg Kimba.

Thanks for the chance to win a great prize.

Marlene Wilson

Yvonne said...

MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS________cork________________. THE__cork______ was used on the card here....On the right hand side with the scalloped edge.

Great giveaway.

Tina said...

My answer for the challenge is Cork sheet.The cork was used on the right side with the scallop punch

Julie Mutch said...

Hi Kimba,

Great Giveaway! :) My guess is that it's sandpaper. It's the punched scalloped edge layer on the right side of the card.

Thanks for the chance to play along in the fun! :)

Hugs,
Julie

bonnie32002 said...

I really had too look! LOL!~

Sandpaper on the scallop.

bonnie32002@gmail.com

Cheri's Craft Corner said...

Its a plastic type washer behind the ribbon on the tag. Wow Kimba, you really do make the most amazing cards! I am in awe of your work! You should publish them! love ya my sista! Cheri- the useta be new yorker.

Sharon said...

MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS_sand paper. THE piece was punched and used on the side under the stamped words looks like sand.
Nice card to

Donna said...

Hi Kimba,
I think the unusual object would be the washer behind the ribbon. Wonderful prize! Thanks for the chance to win! Have a wonderful day.

sassyrubberartist said...

It looks like you used cork for the scalloped background piece.

KellyRae
mail AT kellyrae DOT com

toscania-art-life said...

I also think you used sand paper. Well done.

angela b said...
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angela b said...

MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS Sandpaper. THE sandpaper was used on the card on the scallop edge. I changed my answer after a closer inspection of the card. Thanks for the challenge - Angela

Debi said...

I guess that you used sandpaper for the scallop border on the right side of the card. Very nice card.

Julie said...

It Sandpaper on the scalloped border.

Ladybug said...

MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS that sandpaper was used on the card underneath the tag, it has a scalloped and punched edge.

Pam

Carolyn said...

Kimba, very pretty card. I think the item is sandpaper -- the scallop down the right-hand side of the card.

Barb S. (FL) said...

My answer is "Sandpaper' and it's the scalloped edge. BTW, your card looks great...
TFS & the chance at blog candy...
Barb S
(FL)
stamper0910@yahoo.com

Robin Brown aka Mrs Pup in NY said...
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Cindy said...

MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS some kind of material, but cannot be sure what kind. THE Material was used on the card as the matting for the card and it kind of looks like it is used where you stamped the sentiment.

Robin Brown aka Mrs Pup in NY said...

I agree that the brown "looks" like sandppaer or cork BUT, that is NOT my answer. I think it is a piece of ripped thin cardboard, like from a cereal box or tissue box and you used for the paper the sentiment is stamped on. I hope I'm right. I would love to win that ruler Hugs

Bella said...

Sandpaper on the side and its got a scalloped edge

Joyce Spear said...

My answer for the challenge is CORK! It was used on the scalloped layer of the card.

This is my first visit to your blog, and I like what I see! I'd like to become a regular visitor. Any chance you could put in a sign-up for email updates? (I use Feedblitz on my own blog, but there are others out there, too.)

The Creative Mind of Melia said...

I am now a follower!! Great BLog! I am goin with the sandpaper with the scalloped edge! Great JOB!

SallyLou said...

I think you have used sandpaper on the scalloped edge.

Great card

Sally

Trini said...

My Answer for the challenge is Sandpaper. It was used on the scalloped edge on the right side of the card.

Great challenge!!

tttrini22@yahoo.com

Megs said...

guess is a medium tooth sandpaper. I like the texture it gives the card :) I can't wait to hear the answer!

tonilea said...

I may be way off here, but my thought is that the sentiment is stamped on a piece of metal, such as the inside of a coke can.
tonilea

Joan Shanks said...

You used sand paper for the scalloped edge on the card.

Joan

Cindy said...

MY ANSWER FOR THE CHALLENGE IS____Sandpaper. THE_Sandpaper was used on the right side of the card and punched with the Threading Water punch. Hey...that might be a great way to sharpen the punch...huh?