Venue: TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre Manukau
Dates: Friday 24th - Sunday 26th June 2011.
Times: 10am - 5pm Friday and Saturday 10am -4pm Sunday
This challenge finishes at 12 midnight on the 3 July 2011. Email your completed layout to email@example.com to be in to win a $20.00 voucher to spend at Scrap Box NZ.
1 Photo - 2 Colours of cardstock - 3 Patterned Papers - 4 Shapes (punches, diecuts, chipboard etc.) - 5 Embellishments (buttons, rhinestones, ribbon, flowers etc.)
Isn't the 'wise owl' a little cutie- and great value for $2.30. http://www.scrapboxnz.co.nz/shop/product_info.php?products_id=2454
Scrap Box NZ products used: Basic Grey and Fancy Pants PP, Basic Grey embellies, Pink Paislie and Cosmo Cricket alphas, Wise Owl Chipboard, Bazzill Basics cardstock, Color Box Ink, Jenni Bowlin buttons, Baker's Twine.
There comments were that they liked that is was an interesting variation on the sketch and that the sketches serve as inspiration and can be altered. The layout stood out to them and I like the brown theme (monochrome??) going on. Good layering.
Congratulations Nic - email firstname.lastname@example.org for the details of your $20 voucher.
Just had a questions last night about the next challenge "It's a number's game" -
QUESTION: just wanted to check if we can add other things to our layout or if it has to be just the things listed.
ANSWER: YES you can add other things, but your layout must include the things in the list.
Have fun putting it together.
2 Colours of cardstock
3 Patterned Papers
4 Shapes (punches, diecuts, chipboard etc.)
5 Embellishments (buttons, rhinestones, ribbon, flowers etc.)
If they are not obvious on your layout, when sending your entry, could you please tell us what your "shapes & embellishments" are.
Email you entries to email@example.com by midnight 19th June 2011. If you know of others that might want to enter this challenge, let them know where to find the details and also tell them there is a $20.00 voucher for the winning numbers layout.
Good Luck and have fun!
LOVE my Color Box chalk ink pad for distressing edges. Wouldn't be without it. I also used some of Scrap Box NZ's ribbons for the tags.
and most countries the world over celebrate on the 1st of June each year. Children's day is a coincidence of two important events that took place in 1925.
The first was the World Conference for the well-being of children in Geneva and at the same time the Chinese consul-general in San Francisco was gathering Chinese Orphans to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival. Since both of these incidents had the well-fare of children at their core, 1st of June became International Children's Day.
Just like our own Children's Day here in New Zealand (which is celebrated on the 1st weekend in March), it is recognized as a day of activities, that start new traditions as well as continue old ones. Over 500 activities were registered to celebrate Children's Day in New Zealand