1. If you submit a layout - you must use 3 photos. If you submit a card - make 3 different ones. If you do an altered project - it must be 3-D!!!
2. Use 3 different papers. (can be cardstock, patterned paper, or a combination)
3. Use the number 3 somewhere on your project. Can be in the title - the journaling- anywhere and in any way - it can be the number itself or it can be spelled out.
Whatever you can imagine and create we want to see!!!
This month we will have a drawing at the end of the month for a $15 Gift Certificate to our Store - The Paper Trail. For each activity you participate in this month, your name will go in the hat and we will choose one lucky winner to receive the Gift Certificate. Also, remember, if you would like to be in the running for a Guest Designer spot for May - participate in BOTH challenges and post a comment stating that you are trying for the Guest DT member spot!
You will have until Sat. March 19th to submit your "3" Challenge to Mr. Linky located in The (Paper) Trail Makers Challenge Blog.
Here is my take in the challenge with the gorgeous March kit from Leave a Paper Trail store featuring Graphic 45 "Once Upon a Springtime". If you are thinking about this kit, you better get it fast. There is only one (1) kit left!!!!!!
I chose to create a scrapbook layout for my take in the challenge. This layout was inspired in sketch #245 from Scrapbook Challenges designed by the very talented Jolanda Simons.
My layout includes three photos from the last time I went to Yosemite National Park. I chose the "Palo Verde" cardstock for the background and the pale yellow cardstock for mating the photos and patterned paper.
The patterned paper used is "Woodland Fantasy". I think this collection combines very well with the yellow and green colors from the Yosemite Park photos. Love how versatile it is since it can be used for vintage baby, travel, spring and fall themes.
I wrapped the "Woodland Fantasy" patterned paper with the gorgeous hand dyed crinkled ribbon from ScrapinKris etsy store.
I applied yellow glitter mist to the white Prima Fairy Tale rose. Now the rose combines perfectly with the beautiful yellow ribbon used for the die cut tag where the journaling was written.
The "3 days" title was inspired in the challenge too. We had only one day to visit this park. But it was really needed at least 3 days to appreciate better the amazing things this beautiful park offers.
The "3 days" title was created with the alphabet included in the March kit. Love the fabric texture and font from this chipboard thicker stickers.
The March kit includes a bottle of Glossy Accents too. I applied it to the rose flowers in the circle die cuts. In real life they add a beautiful dimension to this layout.
If you want to know more about how to use "Glossy Accents". Each designer did a very detailed and well explained tutorial on how to use "Glossy Accents". So keep tune in March at The (Paper) Trail Makers Challenge blog, to see this great tutorials.
Have a wonderful day!!!