Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Week 3 {ODBDLYLS12} Scrapbook Challenge

So, have you thought about what photos you will use for our December scrapbook challenge? Have  you picked your papers? If you missed the details of our new challenge, your challenge for December is to: create a layout of any size using ODBD stamps and the sketch below. Have fun with it! Turn it, add more than two photos, make a journaling box, etc. There are lots of fun things you can do with a sketch.

For this week, the Scrapbook Challenge Team is taking the week off for the Christmas holiday. Be sure to look at our inspiration from Week 1 and Week 2 and jump in to play along with us! So far we still don't have any December entries, and we would love to have you join in the fun!

Now, it is your turn to play! Here are the guidelines:

**You must use ODBD stamps on a scrapbook page of any size!
**Other stamps are allowed, but ODBD images need to be the focus!
**Use Keywords ODBDLYLS12 and ODBD when linking to SCS or other public galleries.
**The same keywords will be used for this entire month of December!
**To be eligible for the $20 gift certificate, leave a link to your creation here using Inlinkz.
**All entries for the entire month must be linked to this first post of the month using Inlinkz.
**If you use either your blog link or online gallery, please give a link back to this challenge page.

The challenge runs through Saturday, December 31st, at 6 p.m. Eastern. You can enter as many times as you like, just remember to link your creations to this first post. We will select a winner from ALL of the December scrapbook challenge entries for a $20 gift certificate to the ODBD Store! The winner will be announced with our new challenge that will begin Tuesday, January 3rd! We hope to see your pages soon! Have a blessed and Merry Christmas, and we will see you next Tuesday with more inspiration!
Scrapbook Team Coordinator

1 comment:

Kristen said...


Love your blog, and your stamps.
I just made some cards with your Faith set, and left a link if you want to see them.

God bless, and Merry Christmas. May God bless you richly this coming holiday and throughout the coming year!