November Free Stamp of the Month – Balloon Bouquet

FREE Stamp of the Month Challenge

Thanks, again, for joining the challenge in October!
This month’s image is “Balloon Bouquet.”

If you played along in the challenge last month, you were emailed this image for FREE! :) Nearly 50 crafters received this for free! If you missed out, you can still play along with the challenge by purchasing the image. Then you can enter the challenge and receive next month’s digi free. OR if you spend $10 in the store this month, I will email you the image for free. I cannot send it out automatically, so please email me after your purchase (make sure your purchase doesn’t include this image). Thank you!

Challenge Details

Read the challenge rules by clicking here . This is a progressive challenge, meaning you need to play along to receive the next image for free, so be sure to read the rules so that you don’t miss out on any freebies. :) Want some FREE digi stamps? Play along this month and you will get a new freebie next month via email. If you missed getting this stamp for free, you can purchase it in my the store and play along to receive the next freebies. IMPORTANT! Please respect my work and follow my Terms of Use. This image is not to be shared with others, even if you received it for free. Please simply direct your friends here, to this challenge. Thank you.

EVERYONE that plays wins!!
  1. Make a project using this image (additional images are okay) and enter it by using InLinkz below. Please link to the specific blog post or gallery photo (link the permalink).
  2. Remember: Your blog post or gallery description must link back to Designed2Delight Digital Stamps or this blog. (see rules)
  3. DEADLINE is Thursday, December 20th, at 11:59pm EST.

Have FUN!


  1. Thanks for the very cute mouse. I love these challenges.

  2. Thank you again for your generosity! This was a lot of fun to play with. :)


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