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Saturday, 1 May 2021

May Challenge 'Masculine'

 Hi everyone! Welcome to our May challenge and the theme this month is 'Masculine' and we are sponsored by the totally fabulous Bugaboo Digi Stamps

The Winner and Top 3 Of our April Challenge are on our previous post!

Here are the fabulous creations by our Design Team 

                                                Bev using Charlie Birthday

                                        Liz using Surfing Guy

                                      Sue using Golf Guy

A huge thank you to our Design Team!!! as usual some fabulous creations...Please don't forget to read the rules on the right-hand side of the blog - No back linking and your entry must go with our theme and only 3 entries....The challenge will end on the 28th May  at 8.00 pm so it's over to you! and have fun!!! Hugs The Crafty Girls xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


  1. Fab inspiration from you all. Thanks for another great challenge. Hugs x

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Thanks so much for entering this months challenge! We look forward to seeing your fabulous creations!