Friday 9 December 2016

* U for Use Something Red *

Welcome back to the 'Alphabet Challenge'.

I'm back this week for Team B with news of our next challenge,
but first a big 'Thank You' to those of you who joined us 
for our last theme - * T for Trees *
we had some amazing entries.

So, here are our Top 3 chosen by Caz
(in numerical order)

# 25 - Louise

# 26 - Helen

# 59 - Marina

Congratulations, ladies - 
please feel free to take a copy of our Top 3 badge from the sidebar.

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Now onto our new theme for the next two weeks 

* U for Use Something Red *

We can't wait to see your projects,
but meanwhile here is some fab inspiration
for you from Team B:




Fabulous DT work as always Ladies! 
To view how the DT have made their projects 
please pop along to their blogs - links are at the top.

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Now it's over to you - 
please leave your link with the little Blue Frog 
and remember to link your entry back to our blog.
We will be round to visit your blogs over the next fortnight.

Well, that's all from me today - 
we will be taking a break over the festive period
so I will be back on the 6th January
with some new team members,
our Top 3 winners and the next theme.

So all that is left for me to say is
a BIG 'Thank You' for all your continued
support of our challenge.

 * Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year *
from all of us at
The Alphabet Team


  1. oh you got me soooooooo confused yesterday - I read the post in the morning, went away and made my card, posted it to my blog - and the post on here had vanished! I don't know whether Blogger just wasn't showing it to me or what, I don't trust it since it deleted one of my pages, but anyway I've found the latest post and linky now so all is well

  2. Beautiful DT creations for the new challenge. Thanks for choosing my card in the top 3 and congratulations to the other winners :)

  3. Fabulous DT creations!

    Crafty Hugs Sonia xx

  4. Love the DT Creations they are super. Hazelx

  5. Thank you for picking my card ! Such an honour with so many beautiful entries.

  6. Love the DT projects! Happy Christmas to all.


  7. I'm sorry, last night when I entered my card (Number 94), I did not link back to your blog on my blog...I have just done so.


  8. Thank you for the challenge. Lovely work by the design team.

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