Wednesday, 1 May 2013

#3UP #PATwits and be careful how you use a hashtag!

Those of you who have known me for more than half an hour will know that I like to muck about a bit.  On this occasion mucking about along with a number of other twitter loonies got me, and them, roped into a secret challenge.  The best of it is, none of us knew that the evil Leandra of PaperArtsy fame had an ingenious and cunning plan.

For the few days prior to Ally Pally we were all using #PATwits as a number of the said PA twits were going to tweet up there.  I wasn't because of various reasons, not being sure if I was gonna be in paid employment after the end of March being a big one!

Said tweet up duly took place, and following it another hashtag appeared from nowhere #3UP, none of us knew why, but we played along.  Later that week, those that had used the hashtag were contacted coovertly and offered the chance to participate in a secret challenge.  Crafting's version of mission impossible if you will.  Well obviously, a dare is a dare, so I said yes, as you do.

A few days later a Frame, some Idealogy numbers and 3 butterflies arrived.  This is what they looked like 5 hours later.




8 comments:

FauxPainter - Dee Paramour said...

Gorgeous Jax. I love the stamps you've used and the colours.

Lin said...

And very nice it is too Jax!! it only took five hours I flaffed around for days lol!! nervous wreck I was at the end of it..but had a lot of fun!!!

Helen said...

And gorgeous it is too... I had mine done the day I got my "bits" too... after a lot of thinking time!! that branch thing I was sent was a right bugger to decide what to do with!

Pinksparklegirl said...

Your project is great, I did mine the same day before I botled it lol!!

craftimamma said...

It's fabulous Jax. You did brilliantly and I'm sure it would have taken me a lot longer than 5 hours. I'm a scardy cat and quite relieved I didn't use the #3Up now, lol!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Only 5 hours! You're amazing! Julie Ann

Leandra Franich said...

You are a natural at mission impossible crafting !! Thank YOU xx

Miriam said...

Fabulous. I love the colours that you have used