Welcome to our first reveal by our latest DTs. We are so excited to have fresh new talents on board and we look forward to more exciting beautiful work from them. This month - we have another simple challenge for you:
The topic of this challenge is : "Thing/s I can't do Without."
We would like to challenge you to scrap about the thing or things that you can't do without. It may be something tangible or intangible and we thought it would be nice if you can put it down onto paper on what you can't live without.
Here are the DTs' takes on the challenge:
DT Amelia : She says it quite simply that she really cannot live without her daily dose of caffeine :)
DT Fon Mee lists down all the items that she needs in a day on an elegant layout.
DT Nad says that communication is the key and she simply can't live without her blackberry and Ipad.
DT Yatie does an emotional take - citing that she can't live without her daughter's smile. Awww..... how sweet.
DT Helene basks in her love and she simply can't live without her hubby's hugs. Sweet love...
We love DT Azura's tic tac toe-ish take on the challenge complete with tiny photos of what she cannot live without.
DT Helen expresses her love in such a sweet layout. Love how the layout is full of photos yet it doesn't look cluttered.
We hope that you are totally inspired with these new talented and returning DTs. We have prepared this RAK for you below and please do read our challenge rules as conditions for participation do apply:
All you would have to do is to send in your submissions (we only accept layouts) via the link above by midnight 12pm, Thursday, 30th June, 2011 (Malaysian time). If you have any problems with the link submission, please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.