Wednesday, October 2, 2013

How To Link With Our Challenges

The Dream Team plays with challenges on a monthly basis, and we would love for you to play along. Confused as to how you would do this? Each Thursday post on the Dream It Up! blog provides a "linkytool" at the bottom of the post. Just click on the section that says, "Click here to enter". This will take you to a separate page provided by linkytools for you to add your info. It will ask for the URL of the project that you'd like to link for the challenge. On your own blog, click on the title of your posted creation. Then copy the URL in the browser bar at the top, and paste that info in the section of the online form asking for that info. The other sections will ask for a title (most just put their first name here), your email, and your name (optional). It will ask if you want to download the picture of your project from the web (i.e. where you posted it), or from your computer. Where you posted it is better, as others can click on it and see the entire picture and read your post. Once this process is finished, you have been entered for the challenge, and you can click on a box that will take you back to the Dream It Up! post, and you can continue viewing the blog. You do NOT have to have a blog to enter. You can provide a URL to an online gallery site with pictures of your creation (Split Coast StampersPaper Craft Planet, Photobucket, Flicker, etc.) If you are super tech-shy, you can email pics to, and we'll post them on the blog for others to see. Winners are selected randomly each month, so never feel that your artwork will be judged. 
If you have any other questions regarding the challenges, or techniques that you see on the blog, or techniques that you want to see on the blog...feel free to email Lynell at and/or Pam at Thanks so much for sharing our love of stenciling, and following us on the Dream It Up! blog. Remember to also follow us on FacebookPinterest, and Paper Craft Planet for more prizes, challenges, and plenty of fun!


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