We are in week 3 of the LSS (Last Scrapper Standing) at Memorable Seasons. Week 1 we had 30 participants that were narrowed down to 20 for week 2. Week 3 started 7/4 and is now down to 15. And this is MY week for the challenge, and also my very first challenge at Memorable Seasons since becoming a DT member!
So here it is:
Your challenge this week is to use the sketch below to create a layout that has 7 stars and 4 photos. (For 7/4, get it?) (NOTE: I know the sketch does not show 7 stars, but you must have 7 stars somewhere on your page). These stars can NOT be tiny stars in a patterned paper...they must be used as embellies in some way.
Your page must also have either red, white, or blue as it's main color. This does not necessarily mean that the background of your page has to be that color, just that that color must be the most prevalent.
The theme of this page is open to you. If you want to do July 4th photos, that's fine, but you don't have to. You could use "red" as your color, and do Christmas for that matter!
When using the sketch, feel free to rotate it, flip it, mirror it, whatever. But the overall design of the sketch must be recognizible in your layout.
Here is my sample. I used 7 stars: one large, blue misted chipboard one behind my photo, and then a stamped transparent star and a star cut out of grid paper at each "circle" on the page. While the background color is yellowish, the main color of my papers is blue and red.
Even though we are already into week 3 of the contest, there is still a weekly prize AND you can use your weekly layouts towards the regular monthly challenges prize as well! Hope to see some new faces on the MS boards!
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Memorable Seasons "Last Scrapper Standing" contest..
Posted by Audrey Yeager at 8:59 AM
Labels: Memorable Seasons
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LOVE this fabby layout!
FUN challenge--GREAT layout!! :) Really like the star combo thing.
Nice stars!! Love the clear ones specially!
Audrey, I love your style! Thanks for the great inspiration!
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