Another month is upon us again and its time to share with you our latest challenge courtesy of DT Nadia. She has come up with quite a novel way of challenging us using colours. Challenge details are below:
Please scrap a layout (12 x 12 or other sizes) based on the colours of a flag. You may choose a flag from any country in your layout and the only requirement is that you will need to choose only 1 flag for your layout.
The DTs have come up with different interpretations as per the flags chosen and here they are in no particular order:
DT Nad has decided to use the Finnish flag for her layout whilst lounging in a boat on a vacation:
Brilliant colours are definitely the call of the day from DT Yatie in her take from the Brazillian Flag.
DT Jessy has Dutch in her blood and without saying - she has chosen the flag of Netherland.
DT Amelia has chosen the very cool baby blue Argentinian flag to scrap her son's layout.
The Kosovo flag colours are the same with DT Michelle's daughter's swimming club!
Here is the RAK that you will stand to win if you are chosen to our Challenge Winner this month:
This is an exciting RAK featuring items from Scarlet Lime Kits. So do send us a layout if you wish to win this RAK.
Once you are ready with your layout, do link it here and leave us a message on the comment section:
Submission from a non blogger : Fadilah:
We will like to express with regret that DT Nadhrah has resigned due to personal reasons. We would like to wish her well in her future endeavours.
Please note that conditions do apply:
All you would have to do is to send in your submissions via the link above by midnight 12pm, Tuesday, 30th November 2010 (Malaysian time). If you have any problems with the link submission, please notify us at email@example.com. Kindly note that we are unable to entertain any project that is sent after the stipulated time and please note that the project 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.