Thursday, June 5, 2014

June Challenges

We love to give away prizes and we love to help you blow through your stash.  Our challenges do both! Use these as jumping off points to get some pages done this summer. 

You have from now until midnight Eastern time on June 30th to complete these challenges. You may complete as many projects using each challenge as you wish. You do not have to use Back Porch Memories kits, in fact, we want you to use what you have.  Each project will earn you an entry into our monthly prize drawing. Please upload your entries using our Linky Tools at the end of this post to be eligible for the Grand Prize, a drawing we do with all of our monthly challenge entries uploaded from the month of June.  We will post the winner here in July and we will also email you.

Alissa's Patterned Paper Challenge

How many of you like to mix patterns and embellishments from several different paper lines? I love to do this! The great thing about Back Porch Memories kits is that the three paper lines and coordinating goodies in the Medley kit are very mix and matchable most months. When creating my sample page here, I had a blast combining the things in the May Medley kit.

My challenge for you this month is to use at least two patterned papers from different manufacturers on your layout. You get a "high five" from me if you combine more than that! This is a great challenge to use up some scraps as well. Have fun!

Danielle C's Goal Challenge

My Challenge for you this month is to create a page highlighting a goal that you have made and accomplished or a page about a goal that you would like to reach.  I rarely remember to create pages like this that are truly personal to ME.  It was a nice challenge for me to highlight a goal that is mine, and a great reminder for me to keep pushing forward!  

Danielle P's Button Challenge

One of my fondest memories of being a child was spending time with my grandmother. My favorite thing to play with while I was at her house was her button collection. She had it in an old tin and I loved to dive my hand into it! I would sort them by size and color and it would keep me busy for hours. Now that I am older, I still love buttons! I save them from all the clothes I buy and get rid off. Whenever I see one I like, I have to have it! I have jars and jars of them and may need to start going to a button support group!

So my challenge for you this month is to do a layout with buttons. Use them as the background or in place of a strip of paper. Use them as an embellishment or to help spell a word! Use as many as you want or as little as you want!

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