We’re giving you a heads up for the TPT June Treasury Challenge because it’s going to be a real challenge! Color or subject matter is the glue that binds most treasuries but their importance will be less prominent this time.
The creation of a successful entry to the “SpellBound” Challenge will require the 16 items to be seen differently. They need to be seen as letters of the alphabet. For example, a t-shirt will no longer be a t-shirt, it will be the letter “T.” and v-neck top becomes the letter “V.” (See end of article for additional letter finding hints.)
Once you get the hang of seeing objects as letters, you can begin forming words for your treasury. Each “SpellBound” entry must contain at least one 3-letter word. Profanity will not be permitted and will result in immediate disqualification. Bonus points for the formation of a whole sentence or phrase and double bonus for words formed with items from TPT members.
The challenge will take place from June 10-23. Prominent events during that time include Flag Day, Father’s Day and the First Day of Summer – each worthy a treasury “notation.” (Check out the “June Has Everything for Treasury Making” article for a more complete list.) A “SpellBound Treasury Challenge Thread” will be posted on June 10. All entries must be posted on this thread.
Rules for the June TPT Team Treasury Challenge “SpellBound”:
1. Open to all members of the TPT Team.
2. All entries must be posted on the official June TPT Team Treasury Challenge thread between June 10 – 23.
3. The words “TPT Challenge” must appear in the treasury title.
4. The words “TPT is SpellBound” must appear in the treasury description.
5. Each treasury must contain at least one 3-letter word.
6. Profanity will not be permitted and will result in immediate disqualification.
7. Bonus points for the formation of a whole sentence or phrase.
8. Double bonus points for words formed with items from TPT members.
Hints to get started:
1. A – roof lines
2. D – handle of a cup or pitcher
3. M – scarf draped around neck and shoulders
4. O – easy to find, they’re everywhere
5. S – necklace chain
6. T – t shirts
7. U – opened necklace
8. V – v neck top
9. Y – scarf tied around a neck
10. IF YOU FIND AN ACTUAL LETTER – USE IT!
11. I’ve had luck using the buyers search. For example, if “tpt team L” is typed with “All Items” selected, a few suitable selections pop up.
Can’t wait to “read” the fantastic treasuries created by TPT Team members They’re certain to be spellbinding. Here are a couple of examples for you.