Lots to cover today! I feel like I have been living in limbo the last few days and now it is time to get to work. DH is out of town for the next few days and I have a ton of things to get done including lots of time to spend in my stamp room!
First a shout-out to Missy! She used one of my creative prompts to create a gorgeous layout! I really like it when people do that!! :D Go check out her blog! She has an incredible talent and while you are there take a look at her layout for Kirsty's challenge. It is to-die-for gorgeous! LOVE IT!!! Thanks Missy for playing and totally starting my morning off right!!!
Over on UKScrappers we have team challenges/competitions and this week it was the Girls with Stash's turn to host the challenge so this is going to be your creative prompt for today. Ignore the points because this is like Who's Line, the points don't matter!
This week we celebrate St. Patrick's Day, so this challenge, brought to you by the Girls with Stash, is centered around the Luck o' the Irish...
*In honour of the Irish flag, use the colours orange, green, and white somewhere on your layout (you can add other colours if you like)--10 points
*Use the word "lucky" somewhere on your layout (it can be in the title or in your journaling)--10 points
*Everyone needs a lucky charm in life, so add a charm to the layout--5 points
*In honour of the 3 leafed-shamrock, use at least 3 photos on your layout--5 points
Here is the layout that I did for this challenge:
In other news, lots of happenings over at Croppers Cottage! The DT entries are all in and now we are all waiting on pins and needles for the announcement! Kim did officially announce last night my new position as newsletter editor/cybercrop coordinator. I am so excited about this and a little nervous too about managing it all esp. with other things that are happening. Lots going on to be really excited about, but I really have to get all my ducks in a row!!!
***BTW, I can spell, but the British have lots of extra u's in their language so when I do something for the UK, I have to add in those extra little vowels. Spell-check hates me when I am working on a British article.***