Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Challenge #119 -- Recipe Challenge

This week, we are featuring a Recipe Challenge. This weeks Recipe Challenge came from Vanessa, our Challenge Coordinator here at Sketches! {by tamara}. Please use at least these three items on your layouts or cards:
  • Masking
  • Alphapbet
  • Yellow
If you decide to do the challenge, we would love to take a peek. Just leave a link in the comment section where we can find yours.

Below, you can see the fabulous layouts and Cards from the Design Team Members, using this weeks Recipe Challenge, as well as our Guest Designer for this week.

This weeks Guest Designer is Lilith Eeckels. And you can get to know Lilith and see her great Layout below.

Hope you all have a great week!












Guest Designer: Lilith Eeckels

Hi. My name's Lilith and I am honoured to be a guest designer on the Sketches! {by tamara} blog. I live in a little village in the south of Belgium. I teach English and Dutch to French speaking students and I am a mother to four wonderful and inspiring boys. The youngest is 7 months old and the two eldest are 6. I have been scrapbooking for about 6 years and I don't have a particular style. I do lean to a more clean and simple look. I loved making this page with Elouan playing with the label of one of his toys. It's funny how the simplest of things keeps him busy. Have fun with this weeks recipe.

My Blog: http://lilithandscrap.blogspot.com


Donna said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE all the layouts ladies and the cards are amazing!

Sarah said...

Here is my version of the recipe

Anonymous said...

我從來不認為不同意我的看法就是冒犯 ..................................................

Joanie said...

Awesome cards & layouts ladies! That was a fun recipe challenge! Can't wait to see everyone's!

Lynette said...
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Lynette said...

This is my take on the recipe challenge. It was harder than I expected it to be, but all in all I like the result. http://lifeinhaysville.blogspot.com

Sue said...

one from me - great to do some masking - I really enjoyed it



Diane said...

You can find my version here