And Cath is our winner this month!
Congratulations Cath!!! You have a message on your TLP account.
All other participants also received their 25% discount coupons via a TLP message as well. Please make sure you check your messages everyone and if your coupon didn't come through send an e-mail to pinkreptiledesigns at gmail dot com!
Here's Cath's beautiful page:
For this month's challenge, we are revisiting the ideas in the latest Three Way | Jazzy Journaling Dividers! You can find the blog post here.
For this challenge you just need to incorporate one of the journaling divider ideas on your page. You can add your own journaling in the form of paragraphs, little snippets of information, single sentences, or even use pre-made Word Art. Whatever you are comfortable with.
If you absolutely hate to journal, feel free to get creative and use these page dividers in an alternative way. For example: maybe use the divider ideas to break up several little photos on your page ... or to divide snapshots of text messages you have sent or received. But regardless ... you must use at least 3 dividers on your page!
TIP: The Three Way post does have some helpful tips on how to journal if you are stuck. Please see the last paragraph of the Three Way article.
To recap here are the Journaling Divider ideas:
1. Doodled or Stamped Dividers
2. Grouping of Elements as Dividers
3. Paper Strips with #s or Subtitles as Dividers
You must have at least 3 dividers on your page!!!
I am so looking forward to seeing your pages!!!
Check out these gorgeous pages by the Pink Ladies:
Love how Susanne really played up the dividers here on this page with all those fun elements from the Sea Of Love kit. So perfect! Love, LOVE!
Diane created this sweet page with gorgeous combinations of word strips and elements in her version of the challenge. Awesome!
Birgit couldn't decide what type of dividers she loved most on her page and asked me to pick one for this blog post. She used gel dot borders and a doodled arrow in the top page and a variety of stitches in the bottom one. As you can see I could't decide which one I liked best either so I am posting them both!
Cynthia used doodles and words to divide her journaling on this fantastic page. Telling about her day and I love how the 'when, where, why and what' emphasizes what kind of a day it was. Even if you haven't read the whole story yet, you already get an idea but it definitely makes you want to read further. So clever!
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Wishing you tons of fun and Happy Scrappin'!