National Scrapbooking Day Challenge: Paper Scraps

Stacy Croninger - Digital Managing Editor

Hi scrappers!

Are you ready for a challenge? This challenge requires you to hunt down your scrap papers. I’ll give you a few minutes to do that.

Welcome back. For this challenge you are to create a layout using only scraps of paper. You can use a cardstock or patterned paper piece for your layout’s base, but no other full pieces of paper can be used, cut, ripped, die cut, etc. You can use other embellishments but any paper item must come from a scrap.

This challenge is two fold: 1) you’ll use up some of your scrap stash; and 2) it stretches your creativity as you put those little pieces to work on your layout.

Here’s an example of a layout from our May/June 2013 issue that shows how to use your paper scraps.

Our Superhero by Lisa Dorsey in the May/June 2013 issue

 

Leave a comment for a chance to win!

Leave a comment here by 9:00 am (Mountain Standard Time) Monday, May 6, 2013 for a chance to win a selection of products from the following manufacturers: Close To My Heart, EK Success, SEI, and Creating Keepsakes.


***Please note: Because some of you had issues uploading your link, anyone who left a comment in the post was eligible for the giveaway.

Congratulations to our winner!

Steffanie S says: Love this idea for using paper scraps! Great way to use some of that stash we all have!

Watch for an email in your inbox with instructions on how to redeem your prize.


Important contest note: We apologize, but due to increased shipping costs Creating Keepsakes is no longer shipping prizes outside the US. But we definitely don’t want our international winners to walk away empty handed. If your shipping address is outside the US and your comment is selected, you’ll receive a one-year subscription to Creating Keepsakes magazine. If you’re an existing subscriber, your subscription will extend. Thank you for your understanding.

Have fun creating!

This entry was posted in Contests, General Inspiration, Online Event and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

36 Responses to National Scrapbooking Day Challenge: Paper Scraps

  1. Tonia says:

    Thanks for the idea. I knew I would need all those scraps one day :)

  2. What an awesome challenge……I MIGHT have a scrap or 2 laying around (grins)

  3. Sue Hulme says:

    Thanks for the chance to win! Could use more ideas to use up my scraps.

  4. tammy K says:

    all but the background (silver shiny) paper are scraps. I also used a CK “Simple Sketches” sketch on this :)

    http://www.scrapbook.com/gallery/image/layout/3927249.html

  5. Brenda B. says:

    Love the layout and the clever way the scraps were used.

  6. Jackie George says:

    I love using my scraps! Can’t wait to take on the challenge. :0)

  7. Interesting group of giveaways. I’ve never seen these products before and would love the chance to learn new ways of using these tools to enhance my scrapbooking and cardmaking. Thank you to the sponsors for sharing this giveaway.

  8. Teresa Igo says:

    Love NSD. Love this layout!

  9. stacie d says:

    I love this layout using the scraps to create a burst!! So cool!

  10. Laurie H. says:

    Wow I am definitely going to have to try this layout. And thanks so much for the chance to win!

  11. SandyP says:

    Can’t seem to get my link to my layout to post. Can someone help me?

  12. Sandra Hanna says:

    i love this layout challenge especially since i have a bin full of scraps of paper. thanks for the great ideas!

  13. Rea says:

    This was such a fun challenge, thanks for the chance to play along. Wonderful layout you shared also. Here is the link to my layout and entry, http://theantiquewardrobe.blogspot.com/2013/05/memories.html

  14. Debbie Russell says:

    Love using scraps for card making. Hope to win !!

  15. Katie Smith says:

    I love your challenges. Luckily for me, I have a ton of paper scraps. http://www.punkprojects.com/2013/05/national-scrapbook-day-2013.html

  16. SandyP says:

    I can’t seem to link my layout from my CK gallery so, I’m trying from my FB page: Hope you can see it from here:

    https://www.facebook.com/sandyparpart?ref=tn_tnmn#!/photo.php?fbid=10151636210949493&set=a.10151237320284493.514325.563009492&type=1&theater

  17. Chris Cross says:

    Great giveaway! Thanks for sharing!

  18. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    Love using scraps creativrly and greenly. Mahalo for the op to win even if I didn’t post a LO?

  19. andrea (Ladyofthelake) says:

    Love using up my scraps! Here’s mine: http://ladyofthelakeslog.blogspot.com/

  20. Carrie Farr says:

    Love this selection of products!

  21. This is a great way to use up left over strips of paper!

  22. ScrapperJanice says:

    I used a NSD sketch for the right side, and all the paper for the ribbons / banner were scraps. The pictures were from the Chinese Lanterns at the fair, and were ants performing a concert near the lake.

    http://storytellers.lefora.com/2013/04/29/may-2nd-challenge-capture-the-flag/#post12

  23. Elena says:

    those are great looking prizes! would love to win!

  24. eunice says:

    I save ALL my scraps! Can’t help it. They’ll come in handy someday, right? Thanks for the ideas. Now they can be used!

  25. Mai says:

    I hoard all my scraps! Love finding ways to use them up!

  26. Sue D says:

    I have lots of scraps!

  27. Jessica says:

    Fun way to use scraps!

  28. Susan o. says:

    Love using scraps. I’m going to lift that layout.

  29. Angel S. says:

    That inkadoo looks like the spirograph – which I loved!

  30. Tracy says:

    Great giveaway!

  31. Steffanie S says:

    Love this idea for using paper scraps! Great way to use some of that stash we all have!

  32. Anne-Marie (scrappinmom99) says:

    Brilliant! My layout is in Club CK gallery: Look At Me! I was not able to upload it here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>