Tuesday, 21 September 2010

GLEE - The Contest

Some of you may have spotted the blinkie on the right hand side of my blog, about the GLEE inspired contest that is run over at {{ Dixie Pieces }}. To be honest, I never watched GLEE and I don't intend to - it is just not my cup of thing, but I am all over the contest.

Dixie Pieces is a Monthly Kit Club and I have been looking at their Kits for quite some time, ever since my previous DT-Teamie {{ Marci Knecht }} showcased just how awesome the Kits are. When I saw the announcement for the contest I did not hesitate to throw my hat in the ring because one of the prizes is a DP Kit... and that would be so sweet to win.

Anyhoo, the first challenge went up last Friday and we were asked to create a layout based on some Beatles Songs, and it would also have to reflect the era, i. e. the Sixties. As soon as I saw the list of Beatles song to choose from, I knew which picture I wanted to scrap and here is the finished layout

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Cardstock: Bazzill ** Papers: Scenic Route ** Chipboard Shapes, Blossom: Fancy Pants ** Pearls: Papercellar, KatyCards ** Other: Cosmic Shimmer; Masking Tape; Journaling Pens; Lace; Pins; Buttons, Staple; Twine; Beaded ribbon ** Font: A Hard Says Night

I always snag off the ends of any pins I use on my projects, just in case...

This lace flower was not store bought but created by me

Now I cannot wait for the next challenge ahead!


  1. Dude that LO is HAWT! I heart Glee (mostly for the awkwardness... I am a big fan of awkward) so that would be a fun challenge! You picked a great song and I dig how you arranged your elements together!

  2. i just did a page using this title but yours is way cuter lol! love all the misting and your lacey flower is awesome!! good luck and hope you win!

  3. Super cute lo!!

    I just joined the Glee challenge too so many thanks to you.

  4. Damn girl! You really do rock the paper and glue. That's an awesome layout ;)


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