Tuesday, April 3, 2012

It's a New Scrapbook Challenge at ODBD!

Are you ready for a new scrapbook challenge? Well, we have one at Our Daily Bread Designs, and I really would LOVE to see a lot of my scrapping bloggers join in!!! In April we celebrate “Lawn and Garden” month. So, we thought it would be fun to use the "Lawn and Garden" theme for our April challenge. Your challenge is to use 3 of the following items from the April “lawn and garden recipe” below on any size scrapbook page along with ODBD stamps:


You can use these recipe items in your photos, color scheme, as part of your embellishments, etc. Have fun with it! You certainly do not have to do a garden layout just use 3 items from the recipe along with ODBD stamps in any theme you wish--think Easter, Spring, etc.! For all details about the challenge and to enter, please see this ODBD post here.

For my 8"x8" page using this challenge, I decided to scrap the bluebonnet photos I took last week. From the "lawn and garden recipe," I used flowers from the photos, green paper, brown paper, and leaves that are in the photos too. :) The quote from the new ODBD set called "Quote Collection 2 was just perfect for the photos! I also added a few bees from the ODBD Simple Things set.

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Papers: Prima Sun Kiss, Bazzill green cs, Paper Trey Ink white and kraft cs
Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs Simple Things (bees), Our Daily Bread Designs Quote Collection 2
Stamp Ink: Colorbox Fluid Chalk Ink blackbird, Colorbox Pigment Ink cyan and royal blue, Ranger clear ep
Embellishments: Tim Holtz Tiny Tabs and Tags die, Maya Road chipboard hearts, Hobby Lobby doily colored with Glimmer Mist hula hoop, May Arts ribbon, sewing machine

Gemiel also created a page for inspiration for you today. Be sure to look at what she did with the challenge by clicking here! The challenge will run through Monday, April 30th, at 6 p.m. Eastern. I hope to see a lot of you join in!! Blessings,


Anonymous said...

This is pretty, Patter! We're still enjoying daffodils & forsythia here (crocuses are done), and waiting for the rest of spring. I especially enjoy your pleated ribbon, and the stamped bees! Thanks---Jennifer in Ohio

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Gemiel said...

Patter, I love your page!!! The quote is perfect for your photos. You always see bees around pretty flowers so the little bees on your page are priceless. I've never done pleated ribbon before. Love the look, I'll have to give it a try.

Norma G said...

Great layout, I really like the stitching and that ribbon is awesome!

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