Hello! It’s Savitri here and I am very pleased to introduce you to something very special: The Hybrid Chick Caravan!
What is it? The Hybrid Chick Caravan is a small team of cardmakers who will participate in various card sketch challenges around the internet using Digichick Designer goodies and traditional scrapbooking/stamping tools and supplies.
How fun is that? If you’re somebody who has a ton of digital goodies, or one who has a couple and wish to use them, or have nothing and want to start incorporating digital goods with traditional stuff, the Caravan IS for you!
There are so many challenges out there and it can be pretty overwhelming, BUT follow the Caravan on our Facebook page as we stop at various sketch challenges and together we can participate in fun and inspirational challenges!
To kick off the Caravan we have chosen to participate in Taylored Expression Sketch Challenge #121.
Visit the challenge site to see what the design teams have done with the sketch. And if that’s not enough to jump start your mojo, check out what each of us have done:
Create your card based on the sketch. Link your card at the sketch host site (because some sites will offer prizes!!) and also link us up on the Hybrid Chick Caravan facebook page so we can “Oooooo” and “Ahhhhhh” over your cards! (For this first sketch challenge, you can also post the link to your card in the comment section of this post.)
The Hybrid Chick Caravan will be stopping at various sketch challenges approximately every other week so join our facebook group to see where our next stop is.
Facebook is where all of our sketch stops will be posted and where you can link us up to the cards you created while playing along.
And who knows, you may find another addiction….card making!
Other Articles by Savitri Wilder:
- Die-cut machines - Part 2 - September 6th, 2010
- Tutorial: Using Gimp for Hybrid Scrapbooking - June 24th, 2010
- Masculine Card Challenge - June 19th, 2010
- Die-cutting machines - Part 1 - April 18th, 2010
- Hybrid Challenge: Shapes and/or Punches - February 21st, 2010