Mar 15, 2012
The Paper Variety has created a sketch challenge and ScrapFIT has offered up a jounaling challenge. Put them together and you will get an awesome layout and a chance to WIN a prize from both places!
The Paper Variety’s sketch challenge…
and ScrapFIT’s Workout #64 journaling challenge-
Its Easy as 1, 2, 3…
The ‘Its Easy as 1, 2, 3..’ Workout is here and all you have to do is list out numerically your journaling on your layout! This could be a list of your Top 10 favorite moments from last year, a list of goals for the new year or the countless reason you love ScrapFIT (Just kidding!). Show us your numbered list!
Be sure to incorporate this journaling workout with the TPV sketch above so you can enter your layout at both places!
The randomly chosen challenge winner at TPV will receive Bo Bunny’s Alora collection kit!
Also, The Paper Variety will award a random commenter this fun Echo Park “A Boy’s Life” collection kit!
For your chance to win A Boy’s Life, just comment on both todays ScrapFIT Workout #64 post here and todays The Paper Variety challenge post here. You needn’t enter our dual challenge to win this prize. This is simply a giveaway just for leaving a comment at each blog!
I enjoyed this sketch challenge a lot. I really liked the sketch and I found it very easy to follow. Here is what I created.I chose to create my version of the sketch at one turn clockwise and mirrored in the other direction.
Silly me, I was so focused on the sketch that I missed the part about numbering your journalling! Ooopsy! I get an ‘F’ for reading comprehension. I re-read the requirements literally minutes after I wrote out my journalling on my layout in permanent pen. I slapped my forehead and groaned out loud. LOL! I should have written out my journalling like this:
5 Things About You at 2 1/2
1. Nobody believes that you’re only 2 1/2.
2. You haven’t changed much since this picture was taken. The main difference is your teeth are bigger now!
3. You are sweet and thoughtful and super outgoing. That hasn’t changed over the years either.
4. I loved you then, and I love you even more now.
Here are some detail shots of my layout.
Here is a list of my supplies. Note, I got most of my stuff at Scrapbook Queens.
Patterned papers: Basic Grey and Fancy Pants
Cardstock: American Crafts (the best cardstock for cutting with a Silhouette SD or Silhouette Cameo)
Stamps: Christie Tomlinson/Unity, Kaiser Craft
Inks & mists: Ranger Industries and Studio G
Ribbons and twine: Maya Road, Offray and The Twinery
Flowers: Petaloo, Prima and K&Company
Die Cuts: Silhouette America
Markers: Staedtler and Tombow
Adhesives: Scotch, Beacon and Glue Dots
Thanks for looking and for being so forgiving about my journalling blunder! I can’t wait to see what you create with this fun challenge! Now hop on over to ScrapFIT to see how their team worked this Sketch Workout! Enter your layout at The Paper Variety and ScrapFIT for a chance to win prizes at both places!