Tuesday, September 9, 2008

September Challenge!

It's challenge time again!!! YAY!!!

And let me tell you, this is going to be a FUN one. I think you'll really really really like it. But first, let's just have a little refresher about the challenges (consider this a small commercial):

1. Everyone who participates in the challenge (according to the rules/parameters) will be included in a random drawing at the end of the month for a yummy RAK from the designer (that'd be me). FYI: RAK's are Random Acts of Kindness... in this case that means LOTS OF SCRAPBOOKING GOODIES.

2. Anyone can participate with any scrapbooking product but if you want to be in the drawing for the RAK you must use supplies from your MP kits. Try to use at least 70% MP stuff.

Ok, now that we have that all cleared up let's move on to the fun stuff.

***This month's challenge is to scraplift a Design Team layout from this month's September gallery!***

I had a blast picking one of these awesome layouts to lift. They were ALL so rich with ideas and cool techniques. The one I chose was Amy's "relections" page. I loved how she used the petals from the big flowers to make foliage on the branches from the owl paper.

Here is Amy's layout:

And here is my lift:

I loved everything about her page, so I kept much of it the same. You can be more flexible with your lift, though. And please lift any page that "speaks" to you in our Sept. Gallery! Can't wait to see what you create.

Here is a link to the Design Team Gallery: SEPTEMBER GALLERY. Pick one out and start scrapping! You can link to your completed layout here in the comments (or in our challenges thread: HERE) or upload it to our member's gallery. P.S. In a few days I'll give you all a glimpse of your incentive in the challenges forum on the message board, so keep your eyes peeled. ;)

Have fun!!!


Estee September 10, 2008 at 10:38 AM  

Brook, I love your scraplift!! What a brilliant lift and a great challenge. I am going to do this one this week for sure, thanks for the inspiration!

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