I'm sorry I think I messed up. I used 2 different alphas but one was a stamped alpha and this morning it hit me that the challenge was probably for packaged alphas. Let me know and I'll remove it. Thanks and sorry.
Edited by jazzescrapper on 03-06-13 06:55 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
Hello! Taking advantage of DD's sick day to take photos in the daylight and drop off one for the challenge. This is for Category 1: Alphas. I did the twist - the arrow is made of a lower case L and a lower case v, and I used the little periods in the alpha set to create a divider between the two photos.
For the twist - you can do whatever you want. I'm interested to see what you come up with.
I was thinking this twist is a good way to use up odd letters in those packs that are out of vowels or whatever. In my example on the front page, I used 'Y's as arms for the snowman. Another time, I used 'V's and 'W's to make fringe on a scarf on another embellie. I'm planning to do something with using random letters to make a border or a background or something - not quite sure yet.
genius, I never thought to do something like that!!
Updated to here, ladies. And can I just say - you are all so inspiring! I love the ideas you are coming up with for the Alpha Category - and I love that Becky used a 'lucky' symbol that I didn't even think of! Great work!
Heres my #4. I journaled about how lucky it was that the kids got through breakfast w/o fighting and how Gabby ate ALL of her food. She rarely does that, she is so funny acting when it comes to eating restuarant food...
heres my lucky layout. hopefully the pic counts as lucky. i;m lucky to have them come into my life when i was in HS my lady on the left tought me to sew during a dark time in my life and i sewed a pj set and entered into a competion with her guidance and i sewed a prom dress as well. my bff in the middle her and her family are amazing they took me in as one of their own...