Happy Tuesday!!!! Wow....here it is August 23, and summer is coming to an end :( My kids and I have one more week left of summer and then it is back to school...So sad..The saddest part of the summer coming to an end is NO MORE BEACH.....I just love the beach, and all that is entails. The warm summer sun, the sand between your toes, the cool ocean water, the sound of the waves rolling, days with friends, but most of all, the look on my kids face when they (think) they have caught the biggest wave ever. On the brighter side of it all, I am entering my last year of nursing school, and can finally see the light at the end of a very long tunnel! So, bring on the school year!
I have chatted long enough and it is time for this weeks Going Grey with Scrap-Creations Challenge. This weeks challenge is Back to School. We want to see your school themed projects. For my card this week, I made a simple card using a Tiddly Inks image, and used buttons...OMG, I can't remember the last time I used a button on my card....LOL
We had some great cards using last weeks sketch, and we are so glad you all played with us. Last weeks TOP 3 are:
Congrats Ladies. Wonderfully done! Please feel free to grab the "I made Top 3" badge at the left side of my blog. The winner of last weeks Sketch challenge, sponsored by Happileigh Scrappin Store is:
Here are your random numbers:
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Renee Oneill Please contact me at email@example.com and I will be sure to get your prize to you.
Now for the DT's amazing cards for this weeks BACK TO SCHOOL challenge:
Weren't those fabulous? Don't be afraid to head to their blogs and leave them a little love. You will have until next Monday @ 6pm to get your card in for the challenge. We only allow 2 entry's per person. Also, we have new Blog Badges, please feel free to take one and post on your blog. I will be picking the top 3 next week, and I will award 3 people with the new top 3 badge! When posting to a gallery's, please use the key words GGSC78......Have a great day and happy creating