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This week I’ve got a recipe challenge for you. I’d like you to make a page or dps using all of the following:
1) Any number of photos.
2) 3 or more different papers.
3) At least 5 strips of ribbon that are 2” or less. They can be all the same or mix and match.
4) Add some shiny bling—rhinestones, glitter, or anything sparkly.
5) At least one sticker.
Feel free to add anything else you’d like in addition to the above.
This challenge is open to all types of scrappers whether you are traditional, hybrid, or digi. Please use the keywords SIC102 when uploading your pages to the gallery.
Here is the page I made for this challenge. You can see all the layouts submitted for this challenge by going here: SIC102
What a great recipe, Wendy! And your finnished product looks delicious!
And, do you mean I can use all those small pieces of ribbon that I keep after I cut it?
And, I didn't know why I was saving? This sounds fun! I liked that you used Sally's sketch. I love her sketch, but haven't been able to come up with anything.
Maybe this will do it!
Wow! Glad we weren't timed on this page! LOL I fianlly finished this page. I kept doing it and finding something else that I didn't do!! Oh, and then I ran into computer/ printer problems. Wanted to print my journaling in the orchid coulor like the title, but it kept printing off one line of it in red. Couldn't figure out what was wrong with that. Okay, after doing this and looking for right colors of patterns, and ribbon (I didn't use the scraps! LOL)
to match everyting, I think you got an idea with that digital stuff! I guess you can make stuff whatever color you want? right? Is that how it works?
It seems kind of blah in the picture, but is prettier in person. I just can't take good photos. Here is 3 Generation Stamping.