Welcome to our very possibly unusual February Oriental Lovey-Dovey Challenge. Why you may ask - such a combination? This year, the Lunar Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day falls on the same day which is on the February 14. Hence, we are asking that you come up with a layout that reflects this and we are very pleased to say that all the DTs rocked this challenge and we can't wait to see all your submissions.
The only 2 criterias of your layout is that you are to combine any kind of Oriental and Valentine elements in your layout. Without further ado, here are the DT's takes:
Jessy used her wedding photos in order to scrap this layout. Love the background chinese character pp and the combination of some vintage Valentine images makes this such an usual layout.
Nadhrah added some Chinese words - Double Happiness and Prosperity into her layout which also featured her wedding photos.
Mazlina punched it with a photo of her son executing a flying kick! Love the addition of the tradition chinese paper cutting and the vibrant colours of this layout! Such energy!
Yatie had a softer approach with some oh so romantic oriental inspired paper with chinese characters and lace giving the whole layout such a different feel from the other DTs.
Nad chose striking colours with this shot of her and her hubby at the Eiffel Tower. There is no place more romantic than Paris. She added some chinese elements by using a chinese script stamp.
Michelle kept it simple with emphasizing family love during this Valentines. She added some chinese lanterns giving the whole layout a chinesey feel.
Here is the RAK that you stand to win this month! Check out the yummy things in it. We can't wait to see your submissions soon.
Conditions do apply:
Please send in your submissions either via our email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our comments section by Sunday, 28th February 2010 (12 midnight Malaysian Time). Kindly note that we are unable to entertain any layout that is sent after the stipulated time and please note that the layout sent should solely be submitted for the Scrap-It-Lah challenge and not for any other challenges. Yes, we welcome international submissions as we would love to see Scrap-It-Lah grow.