Christmas and the New Year celebrations are just around the corner. Will you have lots of nice things to put in a glass? Perhaps, with the onset of winter, you are glad of double glazing to keep the cold at bay? Maybe you stay in warmer climes where flowers look nice when cut and displayed in your favourite glass vase.
It is hoped as many folks as possible will participate. It’s great fun comparing all of the different ideas when they start arriving. In order to ensure that it is possible to retrieve all this month’s entries, and place them in one list, it would be useful if everyone tagged their posts as follows:
Glass, December 2010, Theme Challenge
To avoid misspellings please copy and paste these tags into the appropriate box when submitting your entry.
The Theme Challenge is held once a month. The original idea was to encourage Moleskiners to make more use of the “Forums” section of the site. The challenge is non-competitive – there are no winners or losers. The aim is to get everyone to enjoy coming up with their own interpretation of the theme.
There were only two entries for last month. Well done Nikira and another person. Mind you, the aim of the challenge is to get folks to read and use the “Forums” and this, itself has not been used much in November. Maybe, when folks finish their festive shopping they will have more time to participate.
If you have any ideas for future challenges then post them in “MONTHLY THEME CHALLENGE”. I’ll try to acknowledge each post so you know your idea is “in the jar” – Bob
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