Wednesday, June 16, 2010

American Crafts Men Week Challenge

The American Crafts Studio Blog challenge this week is to create a layout about a man or boy using at least 2 different American Crafts products. Since Scott's scrapbook is sorely lacking in layouts and Father's Day is right around the corner, I thought this was the perfect time to do a Scott layout.

Supplies Used:
American Crafts black patterned paper (Elegant line), American Crafts Travel Flair, American Crafts Thickers (red Cupid and cream Emerald), American Crafts foam arrows, Elle's Studio journaling card, Jillibean Soup Corrugated letters, Tim Holtz mini attacher staples, Bazzill black cardstock and The Paper Studio Kraft.

I love the photo even though it is just one I took while we were in the car. On a side note, Scott wanted me to add a few items to the list. In his view "network administrator" should be on there. We always joke about when I get a message on my computer that says I need to contact my network administrator about a problem since he is the one dealing with the network. 

I also wanted to let you know that the Design Team for 3 Scrappy Boys has posted their mid month challenges. You can see them all on the forum HERE. Each month I provide a new product challenge.  This month my product challenge is to use journaling cards in a different way other than just for journaling. You can see my challenge HERE. And here is the example I created for this challenge. 


I used a bunch of cute Elle's Studio journaling tags to house my photos and embellishments and placed them in a circular design. Head on over to 3 Scrappy Boys. If you take my challenge and upload it to the gallery by July 15th and link it back to THIS THREAD, you will be entered into a drawing for a journaling card RAK from me! And each month, Heather does a random drawing from all the challenge participants for a 3SB RAK! That is TWO chances at free goodies for YOU! 

Have a great week :)

2 comments:

  1. YOu know I love that taggy one and that first is so striking and eye catching..I have saved it to drool over later

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  2. What a super nice page with your DH, Rebecca! Love the corrugated lettering :) The other page is way cute too...loved that on the Echo Park blog!

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