Sunday, July 18, 2010

It's a NO Patterned Paper Challenge (With a Prize)

Let's face it, we all LOVE patterned paper. That is one of the reasons we scrapbook. A lot of people don't "get it", our obsession, so let's try a challegne where there is no pretty paper, only cardstock, stickers, overlays, journaling cards, rub ons, ribbon, etc. Basically you can use anything EXCEPT a sheet of pretty pattern paper.
Now that doesn't mean you can't emulate paper with something else. If you look at our examples below, I bet there will be lots of times when you think "that's PP", but other than overlays, there is no PP down there. Lot's of stamps, stickers, tape, and rub on's, oh yes...and overlays are OK!
This challenge is running from today through July 30th. And I have a PRIZE to give away!! It's a Xyron Create-a-Sticker! Then you can sticker up all your LO's!

I will pick a random winner from our entries, so be sure to link yours in the comment section so I can find it and add it to the slide show!
Here are the DT examples:










Have fun with this one!! Oh, and I still have about 10 Office Party kits left over in the store. Several of the LO's above were made with this kit, so head on over and grab one, so you don't miss out!


Kelly Massman said...

Here is mine! Quick and sweet! Used border punches in lieu of the patterned paper! Thanks for a fun challenge!


aussiescrapper said...

Okay this one will make me think, haven't received this months kit so will use my very favorite kit up to date, partly sunny. great challenge. Melxx

Lisa said...

here's mine:


thanks for the great challenge

Liz Michaud said...

Here is my take:



aussiescrapper said...

My entry is now on my blog


Really enjoyed this one. Melxx

Lynnda Hosni said...

Ok here is mine... this is a great challenge...Thanks


Jules the Bling Princess said...

Here's mine:

Thanks for the great challenge Noel. Loved it!

Divinity said...

great challenge!!! i love trying new ideas -- working with no patterned paper can be a little challenging -- but that' the point! here's a link to my entry: