Sunday I had my July team meeting and I decided to infuse some Olympic team fun at our "event". After we shared Convention excitement, tooted our horns for accomplishments, and learnd a new technique, I divided my team into two groups and announced my Olympic Card Making Challenge.
I gave each team the exact same supplies: card pieces, stamp sets, inks and accessories. Each team had to work together, relay style, to create a beautiful card with the following minimum requirements:
- 3 layers
- 1 punches image
- 1 accessory
- 1 stamped layer
- and the final product must be something I'd be proud to share with my blog followers!
I gave the teams one minute to plan their card and then gave them the signal to begin. At 30 second intervals the person working on the card had to stop, and pass the products to her team member who would continue working on the card. They kept switching from member to member until the cards were complete. We shared lots of laughs, groans, and oh no's! when the timer signaled it was time to move to the next person and when all was done I was very impressed with the winning card.
Here's the winning team - congrats to Heidi, Drea and Liz!
And here's a close-up of their medal - handmade by me (their proud team leader!):
I'm sure you want to see their winning card, right? Pop on by tomorrow and I will feature their winning design!