There's a certain delicousness that comes with Fridays, don't you think? The sense that there's no more work after today for a few days' reprieve and in theory that could mean that there's an opportunity for things like creativity. Perhaps your weekend includes some creative time and maybe - just maybe- you'll even get a chance to bust out a page or two for our challenges. That would be pretty close to a perfect weekend by my measure!
Oh, and for those of you who want to know, my birthday was absolutely fantastic (mustache party included!) and I want to thank all of you who sent me birthday love last week :) I wasn't expecting to read last week's post with a giant Happy Birthday on top. Made my day.
So this is the last week that Glenda will be our Guest Designer but hopefully not the last time she joins us with her incredible and inspiring layouts...and since this is her last week, that means that you have until April 3 to upload the links to your scraplifts of her work to THIS post.
For this week's layout, our challenge was to:
USE A TRANSPARENCY AS A BACKGROUND
and as you'll see below, the gang rocked it. I really liked this challenge as it forced me to see my transparencies in a new light. I often use them in small pieces as embellishments so this was a great new way to use something already in my stash. I'm sure I'm not the only one who is using more of what I already have in my massive stash rather than buying more stuff (as much as there is tons of new goodies I'd love to have!) Be sure to share your layouts with us in our Flickr Group. We choose three favorites every month that the public vote on as their favorites and that lucky winner receives a fabulous package bursting with scrappy goodness!
We're almost at 100 members in our Flickr Group...the 100th member will receive an extra special gift...tell all your friends and if they win, maybe they'll share with you! :)
Also, please take note of our latest announcement...we're looking for new designers to join us in the next Design Team session (June - November). Check out THIS post to learn more or follow the link on the sidebar.
Alrighty then...lets get to it, shall we?