Friday, 30 July 2010

Challenge 29 - Paper Tearing...

You've certainly proven that you all know how to 'Make A Scene' ... (in the nicest possible way of course!) ... as we were treated to some fabulous creations for last week's challenge. There's never been any doubt from us that you are all very talented, but this week we are revealing our cruel streak because we want to see how brave you all are!
"WhahaHA!" **evil laugh from the basement**
GULP ... This week our theme is ...
Paper Tearing/ Ripping
If you find it difficult sometimes to even take scissors to your precious papers, then we know you may struggle to find the courage needed for this challenge.
**another evil laugh from the basement**
... BUT we'd love for you to be able to overcome your fears and show us how you can really let rip!

Sadly, this is the last spotlight appearance at Bah! Humbug!, of our July Guest Designer Debs, but she has created a fabulous snowman card for her finale, as you can see below.
Please join us in saying a HUGE "Thank You" to Debs for all the wonderful projects she has shared with us this month - it's been fantastic to have her on the team. As always please click on the links to visit our blogs for more details about these cards and maybe even leave a lovely comment to make our day.

The deadline for this challenge is

12 noon (UK time)
Thursday 5th August 2010
You are free to use whatever products you choose and create whatever you like ... it doesn't have to be a card ... in fact, show us as many different projects as you want to share.
Just remember ... have fun and don't forget to leave us a direct link to your project in our comment box so we can come and admire your creativity.

Ann, Irene, Max


  1. Wow, I can't believe I'm first to enter, that's a rare event. Thanks for all the nice comments you leave each week on my blog.
    Here's my entry

  2. Aww thanks for all the lovely comments you have left on my cards. I have really enjoyed being on the DT this month. Good luck to the Guest Designer for August, can't wait to see what you come up with.
    Best wishes Debs xx

  3. Great DT cards! This was a fun challenge for me. I haven't really ripped paper before. Here's my entry:


  4. What a challenge ,but I loved it. The Design team cards are all beautiful, Well Done girls.
    Here's Mine Hugs Rita xxx

  5. Here is my paper tearing challenge card - pop over to my blog

  6. Always love to see your inspiration!! Here's my card.

  7. What naughty people you are making us tear our beloved paper!!! lol More great DT cards this week. You can find my card here.

  8. Lovely DT cards this week. My humble offering is here

    Janet xx

  9. What a great idea! Here is my card.

  10. How the weeks fly by and another challenge to do. Here is my card for this weeks challenge.


  11. Fabulous challenge and DT samples! Here's mine!

    Aloha, Kim Mc

  12. Lovely cards by the designer team.
    My card is HERE

  13. Beautiful cards again ladies, mine is here
    Claire xx

  14. Fab DT cards.

  15. Great challenge and DT cards girls, mine is here

    Thank you for the inspiration!
    Ann x

  16. Hi girls, great challenge. Yes I am one of those that has a fear of tearing. I only managed the corners I am afraid. My card is :- And is a dual entered card.


  17. Thanks for the challenge! Love all the DT-cards. Here is my card
    Hugs Monika

  18. Great challenge, ladies! My card is here.


  19. Super challenge once again, you can find my card here

    Pat xx

  20. I did post it in the wrong place lol Anyway here is my card hopefully in the right place now.

  21. You girls do expect a lot from us but I've managed,

    Jenny x

  22. Enjoyed this challenge. Here's my link:)

  23. Great DT inspiration, my card can be found here

  24. Another fabulous challenge. As ever,Stunning DT cards.
    I had a totally different card in mind 1st time round. I had everything prepared and for some reason it just wasn't working, so not wanting to be defeated and give up this card just developed in a very short time, although not rocket science in my paper tearing I am quite pleased with the finish result.
    My card can be found

    Carole x