Friday, October 22, 2010

Almost Time

Halloween is a week away and I couldn't be more excited! I purchased the girls' Halloween costumes this past weekend. My oldest chose to be Supergirl and my youngest will be Little Red Riding Hood. I am still debating on whether or not to dress up. We shall see.

Here is a layout I created with the Noel Mignon Sleepy Hallow kit. I thought it would be a cute idea to document my oldest daughter's Halloween costumes throught the years.



Don't forget to submit to the current Scrapstreet.com Magazine Calls! You have until the end of the month to submit your projects.

January 2011 Article Calls - Features
Call 1: Show us the Snow! Let's see your creative snowflakes! Do you stamp them, piece them, or make them from ribbon? There are so many ways to make snowflakes on our pages and projects...and we want to see them all!

Call 2: Baby New Year - Bring on the Babies! Share your favorite baby layouts with us. Make us coo!

Call 3: Suits Me To A 'Tea'-Did you know that January is recognized as 'Hot Tea' month? When I think of tea, I think of tea parties, bridal showers, or anything that is just floral and frilly. With that in mind, share with us your dainty layouts, cards, and altered projects that feature tea parties, bridal showers, or designs that exude what a tea party should look like to you.

Call 4: All a flutter. Show us how you used butterflies in a fun and unique way on your layouts.

Call 5: Pack in the photos! Share your layouts with at least 3 photos per page.


January 2011 Article Calls - Fixtures
Chic Street: Soft, delicate colors are hot right now!!! Show us layouts using pastels.

U-Turn: New Year, New Beginnings, New...Uses? Show us how you repurpose something old and make it new!

Open Road: Put the focus on your journaling! Raise your voice! Create a layout and tell a story in your strongest voice. Are you typically sarcastic, funny, serious, mushy? Be sure your journaling reflects who you are!

Easy Street: Ringing in the new year! Share with me your simple layouts about your plans for 2011 or perhaps your resolutions!

Card Corner: Little known holidays are a great source of inspiration for cards. Did you know that January boasts both Amelia Earhart Day and Christa McAuliffe Day? Celebrate the spirit of these great women by creating a card featuring a form of air travel (airplanes, space shuttles, hot air balloons, etc.)

Deadline is midnight on October 31 ... for all calls.

Please send your work to submissions@scrapstreet.com.

Please send a separate email for each submission you would like to be considered for publication. Please keep the image size around 600 x 600 pixels. Thank you!


Happy creating everyone!
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2 comments:

  1. Love this!! I really need to do a layout like this with my kids!

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