Monday, May 31, 2010

Week #22 Weekly Challenge!

THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGE: Inspired by something that Brenda has done recently on a few layouts, this week's challenge is to use a large tag to house your page title. Tags are underappreciated and inexpensive design elements that can really pack a punch on a layout. You can quickly create a large tag from cardstock and "doll it up" with eyelets and ribbon before adding your title letters. The interesting shape adds immediate interest. So, show some "love" for the tag this week and you might win a prize. Upload your layout to the WEEK #22 CHALLENGE FOLDER. All layouts must be uploaded by 9:00 a.m. CST on Monday, June 7th.

Below are Brenda's most recent layouts that feature our spotlight feature this week - the TAG!:
Brenda Carpenter:

Oh look! This Tag Title is pre-made and is included in your June Kit! How cool is that!

THE PRIZE: This week's prize features a HUGE kit of goodies from Crate Paper's PRUDENCE line. (I just LOVE this color combo...) You'll get the complete Prudence collection kit with a load of patterned paper and die-cuts, and you'll get the coordinating rub-ons, glitter die-cuts, alphabet stickers and glitter borders. This kit is so big that you'll have enough to share with your favorite scrappin' buddy. :)

CHALLENGE RULES:There are only 2 rules if you want to enter a weekly challenge:
1.) Your submission has to be a new layout created for this challenge. :) You're on your honor here, but the idea of a Weekly Challenge is to finish new layouts and not simply upload old layouts. :) (Your actual layouts can be done in any size - 12x12, 8.5x11, 8x8... whichever size you scrapbook in!)
2.) Please only submit one time for each weekly challenge! (You will need to be registered on our message board to upload your layout to the Challenge Folder gallery. Registration just requires that we confirm your e-mail address so we know you're not a spammer. :) (In order to upload layouts to our gallery, you will need to be sure to resize layouts to no larger than 500x500 pixels and 72-75 dpi. If you're file size is much larger than that, you'll get an error message when attempting to upload. :) )

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