Hello all! This week's challenge is brought to you by Leigh and Rachel. The purpose of this challenge is for you to dig into your stash and have fun!
Your challenge, should you choose to accept it is to create a card AND a layout
1. One Piece of Cardstock
2. Bling (or glitter, or anything shiny!!)
3. Alpha stickers
4. Two pieces of coordinating patterned paper
5. 3 pictures
If you need to add extra elements, feel free to do so, but your layout must
contain each of the five things listed above!
Here are the challenge hostess' layouts:
Leigh- "40 Balloons""I used 3 photos, sheet of teal CS, blue & pink PP, yellow alpha stickers and "bling" thickers. i also used a sheet of flower cardstock stickers & a scalloped border."
Rachel- "Long Distance Relationship"
"I like to scrap in 8.5 x 11 which leads me with long strips of extra cardstock. Rather than waste the strip, I turned it into a card using the scraps from my layout."
We hope you got some inspiration and can't wait to see what you come up with! Please submit your project by Wednesday March 31st 11:59PM CST.
You may submit a maximum of TWO projects by the challenge deadline and will get one chance at the prize for each entry. Your project must be NEW as of the challenge date & must meet the criteria posted by the challenge hosts to be eligible to win. To submit your layout, add the direct URL for your layout to Mr. Linky. He’ll be at the bottom of each challenge post. You can link to your uploaded project in a gallery like Two Peas in a Bucket, a Photobucket account, or a post on another blog. Just make sure the URL takes us directly to your project and not just your blog homepage or whole gallery.
The challenge winner will be chosen by a random number generator. Every challenge winner will get a special “Challenge Winner” blinkie to use in their signatures on messages boards or blog posts. We will pool all the challenge entries and do a prize drawing with the random number generator at the end of the month. We may also occasionally have smaller prizes for mini-giveaways, so keep checking back!
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