Thursday, July 7, 2011

Challenge 3 - Design Factor

Good afternoon everyone!
First I want to thank everyone who left a message of concern for my eyes.... really lightened up my days.  I am not completely healed but can see without covering up my left eye now.  It still hurts and I go back to the surgeon tomorrow, but it is getting better and that is the most important part.

I did manage to start and finish challenge 3 of the Design Factor contest and the final round of the Nut House Scraps Design for Me contest.  The Design Factor entry will be free for you to pick up for 2 weeks however the Design for Me entry you will have to pick up in my shop.  But seeing I am having a 60% off sale, you will be able to pick up really cheap.  It should be in shop early next week, so you will definately get that discount.  Don't forget that if you leave a service members name (can be someone who presently served who is not with us anymore) and I will send you a coupon that you can use with the sale.


For the final week at NutHouse Scraps, we were given the colors, the theme and the title "Hey Dad". Here is my interpretation of this.... as I was having difficulties, it is very generic. I hope you like it and will swing by my shop next week to pick it up.


This week in the Design Factor, we were hosted by NDISD. We were told that it had to be a monochomatic palette with a "pop" of color. This is what I came up with, I hope you like it.


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5 comments:

Dawn said...

Hope the surgeon has good news for you tomorrow! You are so kind to do this. They are lovely looking kits - off to digiscrapconnect to snaffle it! Thank you!

SONDRA said...

I love your Quiet Moments kit! The colors just flow! Thank you so much for sharing! Hope your dr visit goes well tomorrow!

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the DigiFree category today [08 Jul 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Anonymous said...

It's gorgeous!!! Thanks a lot!!!
*hugs*
/annlo

Christine said...

Love the colour palette used for this pretty mini. Thank you for sharing it.

Pleased to hear the eye is improving daily.