Oct 26, 2016

#MonthInTheLife – A Photo-a-Day Instagram Challenge

Hello my crafty peeps!

I followed along with this Challenge back in August 2014 done by Create & Thrive, and loved it.  So I thought why not do one for all us cardmakers/papercrafters for the month of November. This challenge is for all my crafty peeps; card-makers, artists, and creatives of any type.

I know how much I love seeing behind the scenes of other crafters or as they say creatives’, and I know I’m not alone in that.  Look at how much time we spend on Pinterest 
I want to see a month-in-the-life of your work. I want to see your space, your materials, your daily life, your passions. I want to see what motivates you, what your materials look like, and what you DO every day!

Who wants to play along with me? 

Instagram #photoaday  #SKMonthinthelife challenge

Jess at Create & Thrive mentioned in her post that if you have an iPhone, you should give Chantelle’s of Fat Mum Slim app – Little Moments – a go for this challenge. (Chantelle was the original inspiration for this challenge)

I have used Jess' reference image from 2014 that lists the challenges for each day. Please feel free to take and share this image on your own Instagram, blogs, and any other social media.
I’ll be posting each day’s prompt on the Stamp with Karen IG account throughout November with a little blurb that explains a little bit about what it is. Most of them are self-explanatory though!

I can't wait to take a peek inside your daily life and see all your craftiness!

Make sure your following us on the Stamp with Karen Instagram account.

If I can give you just a little inspiration, where you can look at one of my cards and think I can do that, or I could tweak that and put my own spin on it, then I am achieving what I have set out to do!

P.S. Please share. with your friends and leave me a comment below. I read them ALL!


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