Sunday, January 03, 2010

Challenge # 123 Happy New Year

Happy New Year! I didn't stay up and countdown the New Year...fell asleep way to early. Ha! So let's do a count down layout!


5 - pieces of chipboard

4 - pattern papers

3 - sentences in your journaling

2 - die cuts

1 - sheet of cardstock



This challenge will run from January 4 - January 17. Can't wait to see your count down layouts!

Post your layout in The Pub at 2peas so we can take a look. Have fun with it!



Michelle: I had fun with these little Cosmo Cricket chipboard pieces!!! Just an every day photos of my boys!







Debbi T: Every Christmas, my mom asks us if we remember what we got for Christmas last year, and no one can ever remember, so this year, I decided I'd make a list (it's on the back of my page), so next year I can review it and tell her exactly what I got! I love this new K & Co. paper--so sparkly and pretty. I did a little creative photo editing to make my picture look old-timey.



Paula: Getting a bit nostalgic here for little kid rain boots! For my die cuts I cut my own stars using my Sizzix dies and some patterned papers. I especially liked limiting my journaling to three sentences!





Elizabeth: I managed to make a 2pager for this challenge, loved the combination of elements, and it came together painlessly ;)



Debi:
Loved that I scrapped this photo of my girl's from New Years Eve already :)

3 comments:

Barb said...

Ooooooh, I love this challenge. One that I'll actually be able to do without too much thinking. lol. Great inspiration pieces here. I love this blog... thanks for keeping it going. And Happy New Year to everyone here at HMITM! :)

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Traci said...

I've been following your blog for a while and final got to make a page for this challenge. I am familier with 2peas in a bucket, but not sure how to upload my page. I posted it on my blog: http://measofrightnow.blogspot.com/2010/01/how-much-is-too-much-page.html