Double Duty Elements Challenge

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We have a new challenge today, but first you’ll want to check out the video that inspired the challenge and all the Creative Team layouts below:

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Double Duty Elements Video Tutorial
Turn ordinary elements into stamps or overlays and combine them in ways that add subtle power and artistry to your page.

So where do you find this video by Linda Sattgast?
Premier members can find it FREE in this month’s Premier Classroom (login required). Non-Premier members can find it in our shop.  But, before you buy, consider the minimal cost of upgrading to a Premier subscription.

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Step One: Create a Page
This challenge will be open for two weeks. During that time, create a scrapbook page or greeting card using the ideas from the Double Duty Elements Bonus Video from Linda, found in your January Premier.

If you’d prefer not to have to subscribe or purchase anything, you can still play. Simply download and use the FREE 12×12 Overlay or the FREE 8.5×11 Overlay.

 

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Step Two: Post Your Page
We cannot wait to see all the awesome things you are going to come up with. So please share!

  • Post your finished layout or card in our Double Duty Elements Challenge gallery. Don’t forget to add credits for the photo(s), supplies, and fonts used.
  • The deadline for posting is Sunday, February 2, 2014, Midnight Eastern.

Step Three: Congratulate the Winners
Soon after the posting deadline, we will choose a winning page to feature in the February 11th edition of the Digital Scrapper News. We’d love for yours to be one of them! Watch your Inbox for details.

Note: Your Double Duty Elements Challenge layout(s) will be moved into your Member Gallery after the challenge has ended.

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Our Creative Team did such an amazing job working with this Double Duty Elements Video from Linda Sattgast. Check out how they applied this tutorial:

Joshgirl:

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by Joshgirl

Nann:

by nann
by nann

rfeewjlj:

by rfeewjlj
by rfeewjlj

Lidia:

by lidia
by lidia

connieg:

by connieg
by connieg

blackkathy:

by blackkathy
by blackkathy

Barb:

by Barb
by Barb

marylc:

by marylc
by marylc

ouisiekelly:

by ouisiekelly
by ouisiekelly

Annette:

by Annette
by Annette

donnal:

by donnal
by donnal

Happy Scrapping!

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2013-1022-blog-andreaAuthor: Andrea Graves | andrea@digitalscrapper.com
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One Response

  1. Rose Leontini
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    Thanks Linda. These videos are great. I never thought to use elements in these wonderful ways.

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