Scraplifting (taken from the Pebbles Blog) is the the act of "lifting" or copying ideas and/or designs from another person’s scrapbook page to use in your own pages. Designs or ideas can be copied in whole or in part. And most importantly be sure to give credit where credit is due. If you do "lift" someone else's idea be sure to mention where the idea originated.
We all, at some point, scraplift and that is great! We get ideas from scrapbook magazines, galleries and even every day life!
The challenge for this time is to scraplift with a twist.
Mini Challenge #2: Scraplift YOURSELF
Look back at some of your older work. It could be something that you absolutely love or something from long ago that you wish you could have done better. Now your challenge is to make it again, but using your kit.
This challenge is our Blog Hop challenge, so get your project ready, but please don't post it to the our main link just yet. We are going to save showing this one off until the end of the month. And speaking of the blog hop....
Blog Hop Details:
Create your assigned project and take a photo of it
On the 21st of each month I will remind you of the blog hop. You will have until the 25th to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with March Blog Hop in the heading. In your e-mail please give me the link to your blog and be ready to publish a post with the challenge photo on the 28th for the hop.
I will put together a list of all participating blogs and will e-mail everyone the order of the blog hop and how to do their post!
On the 28th (or earlier if you want to schedule it to simply post on the 28th) you will create a blog post that shares your creation and then posts the link to the next blog on the list. Easy!