Thursday, January 3, 2008

IT'S ONLY THURSDAY...

and I'm already in weekend mode.

Which means we're cleaning. And by "we" I mean me and the children. Which means there is a lot of grumbling around the house today.

It also means that it is after 1:00 and I'm just getting around to posting today's challenge. I do apologize for the delay - but my clean kitchen and clean dining room thank you for it!

Congratulations to our two player-alongers from yesterday! Katie and Deb both dove into their precious stashes and completed their projects. I hereby declare DEB OUR WINNER for the day...you can see her entry here and sigh when you realize that she used some fabulous paper and chippy letters. I'm pretty sure I myself have some of that paper Deb, and you might just have prompted me to use it soon. THANKS girls for playing! Send me your mailing address Deb and I'll get some goodies out to you as well...miss.essie@yahoo.com!

Now - for today's challenge. I was sorting into my color drawers yesterday and realized that I have wayyyy to many embellishments of some colors. So I want you to pick a color - your favorite color or a color you just have too much of - and scrap a monochromatic page using JUST THAT COLOR!

This challenge will be open until Saturday. Tomorrow the scrap room known around these parts as "Essie's Place" will be in full creative mode. I have five girlfriends coming over for the first scrap-day of the year! We'll be scrappin', purging, organizing and chatting. Can't wait.

So dig into your colored embellishments and dig out some pictures - I always think black and whites look great with monochromatic pages.

Can't wait to see what colors you all decide to work with. And spread the news - we need a bigger group of players!

Behave yourselves!

3 comments:

Katie said...

Ooooh, PINK! I definately have tons of pink! Katie

angelfish6388 said...

Here is my entry for the Monocramatic page..I couldn't resist scrapping these two adorable faces..You will find my page in the papercrafts gallerry at the address below..
Deb Pielmeier
http://www.papercraftsmag.com/gallery/details.ihtml?idx=88783

Lori D said...

My monochromatic page made from a copy of the canvas project I made for my brother. I made a photo copy and turned it into a page for my album and memories...quickutz corner photo, chipboard letters, arrow doodle template, rusty pickle paper, etc. Here's the link: (I hope it works!!)
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh308/kurlylocs/Dee-161.jpg