Monday, July 18, 2011

Make-Up Monday 7/18/11

What another fun-filled week of Challenges we have had this past week.  I hope that you guys are enjoying these tv/movie themed challenges as much as we are.  And we hope each one is able to inspire you and spark your creative juices in some way.  And now, let's review the past weeks challenges...

On Tuesday, Nicole used Shirley Temple's Curly Top to challenge us to create a curled edge on our projects:




Next we had Bev challenging us with the movie Stitch.  Hmmm, I wonder what that challenge was.  Oh Yeah!  It was to Stitch on our project.  Of course she didn't make it that easy on us because we also have to include 4 animals or critters of some kind to our projects as well.



On Thursday we had Jan inspiring us with The War of the Roses and shared a tutorial on how to make paper Rosettes.  How fun are these! 


For the Friday Focus, Jo used the movie Homeward Bound to challenge us to remember our pets (or any animal for that matter) and added the twist of adding some sort of handwritten note..whether it be a letter, handwritten story or a list.

Saturday's sketch was given to us by Karen, who used a Sketchy Thursday sketch and the movie Sleeping Beauty (which so happens to be my FAVORITE Disney Princess).  Of course with an inspiration like that, it could only mean one thing...the photos had to be "sleeping" photos.
Here is the sketch:


And here is Karen's LO:


Our final challenge of this past week was brought to us by Nicole.  And she used one of my favorite TV Shows as inspiration...Psych.
Her challenge is to be inspired by a theme song when creating the title for our LO.  Here is here LO:

Make sure you check out the inspirational Sunday challenge from 7/17 to see what she wasn't being completely honest about.

Don't forget that you only have to complete 15 challenges to be entered into the wonderful prize, which is sponsored by SEI this month.
So what are you waiting for...go get scrappy and get those projects uploaded and linked for your chance to win.

1 comment:

  1. I like the creativity shown in the work. Especially the personal touch to some of them.

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