Thursday, February 28, 2013

A Little Design Team Challenge

Some of the Master Forgers have been working behind the scenes to create special projects to share with you today.

Our projects are all based on the journaling prompt sheets on a blog called Grace Is Overrated, owned by Christie Zimmer. Christie graciously agreed to allow us to feature her journaling sheets on our own blogs today and to use those sheets to inspire an additional project using our scrapping supplies. She has created several beautiful journaling prompt sheets, but we focused on two specific sheets for our projects today:
If you click on the links, you find that Christie created 3 versions of each sheet - plain, bordered and colored border. I think her sheets are super pages to add to a scrapbook, an art journal, a Project Life album or just printed and used within your own journal/diary. 
As well as showing off our inspiration projects, we all really hope that our journaling project help you, our readers, get to know us a bit better. The journaling prompts allowed us to think about silly things, serious things, memorable things, and things that we're just happy to share with all of you. 
So without further ado, here is a hop order for today's project:

And remember to pay a visit to
Grace Is Overrated, too, to take a look at Christie's other journaling sheets.

**Thanks to Christie for inspiring this great challenge and Rebecca for organizing it!  Do you do fun challenges with your scrappy friends?


  1. I've just had a hop, some great inspiration, off to look at and no doubt print off some journalling sheets.

  2. Wonderful, ladies!!! Loved seeing how the sheets inspired your projects!

  3. Wow!! I have just visited each stop on today's hop and I am so moved by all of your projects. It was wonderful to learn a little about the design team members in today's challenge through your stories and layouts and journals. There was such an amazing range of inspiration - humour and candor and memory and love and beauty. Thank you so much for taking this challenge to heart. I am honoured to have been included.

  4. This was a whole lot of fun and so interesting to see how we all went in different directions - no overlapping at all! Such a great process. Will be doing this again for sure