Tuesday, September 05, 2006

What Can You Do With Gin-X?

I wanted to spread the word about the fabulous "What Can You Do with Gin-X?" contest. I'm a good friend of Ginger, Barb & Laura, and am also on Imagination Project's design team. I'm pulling the scoop from Ginger's & Barb's blogs:

It's not a "Design Team" call - they don't do those, but they would like to see the work of everyone and who knows - they might extend an invitation. There will be five categories that will be judged - there will be a panel of "experts" from our design team as well as some of other people in the industry to pick the winners.

Here are the five categories:
1) Most Unique Project
2) Coasters (Use them however you want)
3) Cotton Art Tape - We want to see how YOU would use it!
4) Use of Patterned Paper
5) Best Overall

There are FIVE LARGE prize packages to give out and the deadline is SEPTEMBER 30th! (Midnight EST) You'll need to e-mail your project/layout, etc. to ginger@imaginationproject.com with your name, any story behind your project, products used, and anything else you want us to know. You can mix Gin-X lines, you can use products from other manufacturers with your Gin-X, other IP product, etc. We do ask that entries are predominantly Gin-X. (By the way - if you check out our Imagination Project blog they'll be posting ongoing contests in the coming months.) If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail Ginger or Barb with those, too. Also - you can enter as many times as you'd like! That's right - if you want to enter once you can. If you want to enter 900 times, you can! :)
They may ask if we can use your project for either our blog or newsletter. If you are asked, you will be compensated with a goodie box {whoohoo!!!}. They will ALWAYS ASK before using your projects, so rest assured that we're not going to use anything and not contact or compensate you.

They will keep them "secret" until the winners are posted. If you're having a hard time finding their products, visit their website at www.imaginationproject.com. There is a list of local and online retailers who carry their stuff. Good luck & have fun!


Blogger Maryfrances Fabbri said...

I just got an album made from that little card holder from a friend and it was the cutest.

I loved seeing the one you posted.

9:55 PM  
Blogger Margie H said...

Your project is just too cute! Love the colors too! Don't know if I'll have a chance to do something for Ginger & the gang but what a fun challenge! TFS! MargieH in Chicago

10:52 AM  

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