Saturday, January 4, 2014

January Challenge #1: Subway Art

Are you ready to get moving with your kit?  We have a really fun Challenge to start off the year.  I ADORE subway art.  It is such a fun decorating element in my house and makes a great addition to your paper crafting projects!



Challenge #1:  Subway Art
Use the subway art technique (using different colors/fonts in a block of writing like a title or journaling)

End of the Month Blog Hop:
On the 24th of each month we offer a blog hop opportunity to all of our followers!  A chance for you to show off a special project made with your counterfeit kit for that month.

Here is how it will work:
Your Blog Hop Project may be from any of the 3 challenges we offer throughout the month.
Your project must be something new that you have not shown before and only post for the hop.

To be a part of our blog hop:
1.  E-mail us your name/blog address/promise to participate at  BY THE 18th!  (No late requests will be able to join this time due to the work it takes for us to get it put together.)

2.  You will receive  an e-mail from us by the 20th with a list of the hop participants.

3.  You will need to schedule your own blog post showing your project based on this challenge and links to the person after you in the hop.

4.  All Blog Hop posts will need to be scheduled to go live on the 24th at 12:00 A.M. Mountain Standard Time (Arizona)

As always our Design Team has knocked it out of the park!

Here's a snippet of LesleyG's pop over to her blog to see the full layout

Angela used some word strips and wooden letters in her subway art

Julene has used transparent stickers, here's a close up.

Lynnette found the perfect My Mind's Eye card for her page.  See the whole layout on her blog here.

1 comment:

  1. These are so adorable. Talk about thinking outside of the box. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Cindy F


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