Saturday, July 16, 2016

July 2016 Challenge #3

CHALLENGE THREE: Inspired by Played in the Shade.

Want to stay out of the sun altogether, then be inspired by playing in the shade with word games, like crossword puzzles, anagrams, jumbles.

Or if you are a numbers person, how about Sudoku? Any of these can be found in the Sunday paper. They all make for relaxing fun when it’s too hot to be doing much else.


This challenge was inspired by the Pebbles papers in the kit called Puzzled and Sunday Paper from their Happy Day line.  

Pebbles even had a fun post on making your own easy Sodoku and Crossword Activity Books here on their blog.

For challenge no. 3 this month, Guest Designer Gretchen Henninger whipped up a layout titled Sunday Brunch, using a crossword puzzle paper from October Afternoon called Roadmaps.

  Leslie has this version on offer using another beach vacation photo.

Blog post HERE
Lesley was puzzled by this challenge as her plan didn't go the way she wanted - her blog post will tell you why...

Lynnette knew exactly which paper and what photo to use for this challenge...

Check out some more close-ups on her blog HERE.

Jemma used a criss-cross layout for her title celebrating a Master Forger Meet-up:

Do please share your kits and creations to Mr. Linky so that we can all come and look.
Perhaps save a special project using this month's kit and join in with your very own Members' Blog Hop towards the end of the month!


Be inspired by any of the challenges this month or just share something you've created with your current kit. Remember, the more the merrier and EVERYone is welcome! To be a part of the Members' Blog Hop:
  • E-mail us your name & blog address & promise to participate at by the 18th.
  • We will e-mail back on the 20th with a list of the hop participants and full instructions.
  • You will need to schedule your own blog post, showing a new counterfeit kit based project, to go live on the 24th at 00:00am Mountain Standard Time (Arizona) but we will help you with the scheduling!


1 comment:

  1. Love the variety of interpretations here, ladies. Fabulous pages one and all.


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