It’s a new month which means a new stash challenge! Woohoo!! Today we have a Tic Tac Toe challenge for you, and we will be featuring our October Guest Designer!!!
First the challenge....
For this challenge, you will need to pick 3 stash items in a row and add to your layout. These items MUST be premade/packaged from your stash. Remember... the idea is to use up your stash! :)
Here is the prize you are playing for this month:
Teresa Collins "Tell Your Story" Collection
To be eligible for the prize drawing you must link up your project using Mr Linky
on the side bar by:
October 29, 2013 ~ 11:59 PM (PST)
Don't forget about the SOS Challenge GUIDELINES!!!!
Meet our October
After reading a little bit about Steffanie, check out the fantastic layout she created inspired by our October Tic Tac Toe Challenge:
Hi! My name is Steffanie Seiler. I started scrapbooking nearly 15 years ago and quickly became obsessed! I love this hobby and spend time each day either actively scrapbooking or thinking about scrapbooking. I'm in LOVE with patterned paper---if only I could use it as fast as I seem to collect it! I think of myself as a clean and simple scrapper that likes to use a little texture and dimension---as long as I can still put it in a page protector. I'm starting to get more comfortable with splattering and mists but it has to be controlled or I get a little crazy!
I have been married to my husband for 17 years. We have 2 incredible boys who supply the bulk of my scrapbook inspiration. I like picnics, outdoor concerts, dark chocolate, wine and a steaming cup of coffee in the mornings. I enjoy running and hiking and have a desire to be a better photographer. My primary job is SAHM but I also have a very part-time dream job as a postpartum nurse. I enjoy volunteering at school and just being available for my family when they need me.
My blog: http://steffanies.blogspot.com/
Here’s her fabulous layout:
and this is what Steffanie said about her layout:
I love Tic-Tac-Toe challenges! I actually scored 3 in a row TWICE---diagonal with washi tape, decorative pins and twine and then horizontal across the middle with a journal card, decorative pins (again) and arrows. One of my arrows is even a painted wood veneer so out of nine choices, I ended up using six! Great use of my stash!! The best part was that I didn't even feel like I was forcing myself to use these items...it just came together so naturally. Love it when that happens!
Come back tomorrow when we will reveal more wonderful inspiration!