Monday, October 1, 2012

Make Up Monday 10/01


Happy October 1st everyone!  Can you believe how fast September went?   We had some great challenges to finish out the month.  Here is the recap.

Tuesday 9/25

Annie challenged us to create a project based on Blue Skies. I would like you to feature a a family member or yourself enjoying the blue skies. I would also like you to create 1 or 2 small embellishment clusters, do some layering using 2 or more pattern papers, and stamp your title.

 

 

Wednesday 9/26

Scrappyjo challenged us to use 3 "found" items... They can be anything from nature or from your junk drawer...I am not picky, I just ask that they not be actual scrapbook supplies...think outside the box here...

 

 

Thursday 9/27

Sandy challenged us to to use those small embellishments you have. You know, mini brads, eyelets, pearls, rhinestones, etc. I would love for your "bugs" to be smaller than 1/2" but if you have to use something a bit bigger please make sure they are no bigger than an inch.Anything will count that would normally count as embellishments, except alphabets

  
 

 

Friday 9/28

Barb challenged us to you to use CIRCLES and the color YELLOW on your project.

 

 

Saturday 9/29

Annette provided us with this great sketch and challenged us to make it about outdoor sports.

 

 

Sunday 9/30

Tamara challenged us my challenge to you today is to use photos of an outdoor activity and use at least three different punches. I used a triangle punch for the banner, a new flower wheel punch and my journaling block notebook punch.

 

 

If you loved the 80’s like us don’t forget to check out our challenges this month.  They’re totally awesome!

 

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