Wednesday 6 August 2014

Challenge #107 Make your Mark

Welcome to a brand new challenge here at ATSM!

Firstly, congratulations to all of our new inductees in our Wall of Fame. How did they get there? Just by entering on a regular basis they have showed their support for the challenges here at ATSM. The Wall of Fame is just our way of saying THANKS!

Onto our challenge. This week we are up to


That's right! It's a favourite of yours. Anything that will make your mark on your project goes!

Our wonderful sponsor this week is 

and Kathryne is offering 5 digis from her store to our winner!

Need some inspiration? You got it -

Hayley (using sponsor image)

Katie (using sponsor image)

We can't wait to see what you come up with!

Please don't forget to check out our rules before you enter so you are eligible to be named for our awards.


  1. Stunning DT cards, thank you for a fabulous challenge.
    Sue xx

  2. Great cards Ladies!
    Thank You for the inspiration ;)

  3. Thank you for another fun marker challenge and incredibly awesome DT cards for inspiration!! I appreciate you! Hugs, Darnell

  4. I'm so sorry, I've just found your Challenge Rules page and read that 'Make your Mark' is about using markers. Silly me thought it mean't using paint or distress ink or markers to do your own colouring instead of straight stamps on a card. Your more than welcome to remove my card as it doesn't fit the rules, I totally understand. Sorry for the mistake!!

    1. Hi Shona, thanks for pointing that out as it seems I need to update those rules. You can make your mark by using markers, chalks, paintbrushes, inks etc. We also encourage people to think outside the box as well and tell us what they used to make their mark. As long as that is established, you are fine xx

  5. I can't believe how many ways the DT has shown how to make their mark! I always love your make your mark challenges, thanks ladies :)


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