Saturday, 1 October 2016

ScrapBerry's October Challenge

Hello!

Today it's the first day of October. We hope you have many wonderful things planned for this month. As fall is also the month of falling leaves and autumn colours, we decided it would be nice to have an autumn challenge this month. 

October challenge:
Create a project about autumn. This can be any kind of project: a card, a layout, a tag, a mixed media item. For instance, you could card with an autumn feel to a it, a layout about a walk in the woods o a mini album with your favourite autumn pictures.

As you may have noticed, this is the same theme as our store challenge. This means that you can enter your card into both challenges at the same time. Isn't that exciting?
Check out this link for more information about the store challenge.

The challenge is open for everyone, as long as you use at least 50% of ScrapBerry's products. We will pick one lucky winner in the first week of September, who will receive a fabulous ScrapBerry's prize package.

Challenge Rules:
*The challenge is open to everyone. 
*You have to use ScrapBerry's products on your project. You are allowed to use products from other manufacturers on your project as well, but at least 50% of your project should be ScrapBerry's. 
*You are allowed to use your entry for our challenge in any other challenges on challenge blogs as well, but these should not be challenges run by other manufacturers than ScrapBerry's. 
*Please submit your entries using the Link-up tool at the bottom of this post. 
*The deadline for submitting your entries is October 31st 11:59 pm European Central Time.
*The winner will be announced in the first week of November.  

Design team projects
Let's have a look at some beautiful inspirational projects from our brand new design team. 

Yasmin Tölche
Yasmin made this wonderful grungy autumn card with papers from our Edge of Town collection as well as some pretty embellishments. By adding a few leaves to her card as well, she managed to give it a lovely autumn feel.


Scrapberry's Supply List:
Edge of Town papers:
Metal & Memory
No Parking

Chipboard Elements Gears
Set of cork stickers Auto Vintage
Set of cork stickers Afternoon Tea 1 
Metal charm key

Romy Veul
Romy worked with the gorgeous and autumny Primavera collection to create this romantic card. She did some fussy cutting and also added a resin bird and a flair button as a nice finishing touch.


ScrapBerry's Supply List:
Primavera papers:
Dreamcatcher
Ephemeral 
Cards 1
Cards 2 

Lydia Guijt 
Lydia scrapped this photo of two pumpkins with our Edge of Town collection. She gave her lay-out a wonderful rustic look by focusing on the different tones of brown in these papers. 


ScrapBerry's Supply List:
Edge of Town papers:
Out of Town
The Best Deals in the State
Cards 1
Cards 2

Birds of Paradise Chipboard Die Cuts
Elegy Stamp set - Precious Memories
French Journey Polymer Items 1 
Basik & Ko Set of Cork Stickers
Paper Flowers Daisy Pink
Paper Flowers Clove Pink
Shabby Ribbon Beige
Exquisite Embellishments Flairs

Rhonda van Ginkel
Rhonda makes the Forest Friends collection shine on this adorable card. She cut out several images from the papers and used a flair button as a lovely detail.


ScrapBerry's Supply List:
Forest Friends papers:
Delicate
Twit Too
Sweet 
Happy Deer
Decoration
Bear, Fos and Teepee

Flair Forest Friends
Resin Flowers Fairy Tale
Enamel Brads Fairy Tale
White Wax String

Tracey Sabella
Tracey made this absolutely amazing card with our Primavera collection. She decided to focus on the blue tones in this collection and added a touch of orange as well for an autumny look.


ScrapBerry's Supply List:
Primavera papers:
Cards 1
Cards 2 

Primavera 6x6 Paper Collection
Paper Flowers Daisy Pink 
Paper Flowers Clove Burgundy
Gardenia Cream & Orange 5cm Set 7
Daisies Turquoise
Metal Charms Set Bird on the Branch
Wind of Travel -Set of Clock, Black and Beige
Fairy Tale 1 Resin Set of Flowers
Flair Buttons
Stamps Butterflies

Anna Zaprzelska
Anna made this fresh and pretty card with our The Art of Nature collection. As you can see, pink and green can actually be perfect for an autumn card.


ScrapBerry's Supply List:
The Art of Nature papers:
Pink Sky at Night
 Natures Stage

Olga Kolov
Don't you agree that Olga simply rocks the clean & simple style of cardmaking. We are in love with the super pretty card that she made with papers only.


ScrapBerry's Supply List:
It's a Wonderful Life 6x6" Paper Pad

Maja Nowak
Maja made this simply stunning card by combining the Edge of Town and Forst Friends collection. Her lovely style makes these collections look great together.


ScrapBerry's Supply List:
Edge of Town 6x6" Paper Pad
Forest Friends paper: Decoration
Wind of Travel Metal Charms
Set of embellishments №3 Forest Friends
Paper Flowers Daisy White Cream

Irit Shalom
Irit made this simply gorgoeus card with the pink and green papers from our The Art of Nature collection. Don't you agree that she has a great eye for details?

ScrapBerry's Supply List:In Bloom papers:
Pretty in Pink
Spring notes

Floral embroidery crystal stickers
Fairy Tale set of resin flowers
Exquisite embellishments SCB340001094
Chipboard die cuts SCB2022646
Dream Land set of cards
Birds of Paradise 6*6'' paper collection
Metal charms SCB2501003
Happy Day stamps
Spread your wings stamps
Best Things stamps

Djamila Khiter
This gorgeous card by Djamila has autumn written all over it. It's so beautiful with its warm, orange colour scheme and all the lovely details that she added.


Denise van Deventer
Denise made this gorgoeus card with the Primavera collection and some papers from other collections as well. Isn't her flower cluster just super pretty?


Well, that's a bunch of inspiration, right?

Are you playing along with us?
You can link up your entry below by using our InkLinkz tool. Please submit your entries before October 31st 11.59 pm European Central Time.


7 comments:

  1. Beautiful reveal all! Love Autumn.

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  2. SO wonderful projects, ladies! I love they all!!!

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  3. Amazing projects ladies!! 💖

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  4. some prokects are not looking like autum... they are nice but not like atum...

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  5. Hmm.. What about results and winner? ))

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  6. Hmm.. What about results and winner? ))

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