Here is another project that I made with Scraptivity's March Kit. I altered a wooden clothespin and plan to use it to hold a photo of my daughter in a hot air balloon amusement park ride.
Friday, March 5, 2010
Hey there everyone. Just wanted to give you a heads up on what's going on over at Scraptivity. From now until May 1st (National Scrapbooking Day), Scraptivity is having a contest! Every week from now until May 1st there will be a new challenge posted. You'll have 10 days to finish each one. You must finish them all, and here's the best part--the winner will be Guest Designer for 2 months at Scraptivity!! That means you'll receive a kit for free for 2 months and get to design with the rest of the team for those months!! I posted the first challenge of the contest on March 3rd. This first challenge will be due by March 12th and uploaded to the Spring Fling section of the gallery. I'd like to see everyone create a Spring themed card. This can be anything from babies, Easter, Spring flowers, Spring Break, Mother's Day, Sympathy for your Spring allergies card ....anything as long as it is Spring themed. Here is my example.....
Posted by Carole Stirrat at 4:46 PM
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Have you seen the new March kit from Scraptivity? In my personal opinion, I think it's one of their best kits ever! I love all the shabby and romantic papers that are in there and the wow factor is that you get two colors of Shimmerz paint, two mini Inkadinkado stamps, and some super cool glitter sticker paper! I also discovered a new paper company that I'd never heard of before called Shabby Green Door. They're papers are so soft and pretty! Make sure you go to Scraptivity's website and check out this kit and while you're there check out the forum because starting March 3rd until May 1st they are having a Spring Fling Contest and the grand prize is a Guest Design Team spot!! I hope you'll come hang out with us and get inspired!
Here are a few layouts that I created using this months kit. Thanks for looking and I hope I've inspired you!
Posted by Carole Stirrat at 7:53 PM