As we said in the newsletter, this month is a busy month for all of us. We know it. Some of you began Hanukkah today. Christmas and Kwanzaa are also coming up. We would like to help you take some time out of your busy December to create something for yourself and join us in our blog challenge!
The challenge: Design layout OR other project (card) based on this sketch (by Anam Stubbington).
Along with the sketch, you must use this theme: “It’s a ___________ Thing!” (you get to fill in the blank)
The rules: Use ANY My Mind’s Eye products (current or past) as long as your project has at least 80% My Mind’s Eye products.
The deadline: Email your project, first and last name to [email protected] (with Blog Challenge 18 as your subject) or add a link in a comment on this post by Thursday, December16, 2010 (midnight, MST).
(For tips on how to best photograph your entry, click here)
The PRIZE: One winner will be featured in a blog post and receive three ENTIRE collections of their choice! We will also award an honorable mention winner with one collection of their choice!
As always, EVERYONE is a winner! We love seeing what you create for our challenge and want to thank everyone who will participate. Every entry will go in a photo album here on the blog. By submitting, you are giving My Mind’s Eye permission to include your entry.
We hope you enjoy this month’s oh-so-fabulous samples:
“It’s a GIRL thing” by Trisha Ladouceur:
Featured Collection: Fine and Dandy – Tickled Pink
I used the fine and dandy collection for my "It's a GIRL Thing" layout showcasing pictures from a girls day in Chicago last summer with a few of my fabulous friends whom I never get to see often enough. The sketch was a great starting point. Since I was working with horizontal photos, I turned the sketch 90 degrees and made it work! I traced a paper from the So Sophie collection to give me the bracket background page. I even broke out my sewing machine to give all edges a bit of additional detail.
“Wanted: It’s an OUTLAW thing” by Jana Eubank:
Featured Collection: Fine and Dandy – True Blue
Dress-ups aren't just for girls around our house. My son has just as much fun as they do dressing up as a pirate, storm trooper, or, in this case, an outlaw. I just HAD to use the cute Cowboy accent from the Blackbird collection. Using papers from the Fine & Dandy True Blue collection keep this page from feeling like a Halloween layout.
We can’t wait to see your entry!