Thank you to Ruth for her great challenge for last month and congratulations to the winner!
Now it's time for you to join me, Anice, for this months Get Funky Challenge. I thought I would give you a sketch to follow this month. You can turn it around if you want to, as long as we can see the basic sketch on your work it will be fine. Also the one other little tiny rule on the Get Funky Challenge Blog is PLEASE USE AT LEAST ONE FUNKY HAND PRODUCT ON YOUR CHALLENGE ENTRY. I make this really easy every month by giving you a Funky Freebie on my website www.funkyhand.com which is a free download backing paper that you can use if you don't have any other Funky Hand products.
Right, here is the sketch for this month..
Funky Freebie paper which matches perfectly with the Hey There Baby collection on my latest release craft CD Wishes and Kisses.
The story behind this scrap page is that a few weekends ago Ian and I went up the Northumberland coast to a nice little place called Craster with our dog Travis and went for a walk..it took us through fields full of sheep, fields full of cows and fields full of crops! I'm a city girl.. I can say I didn't find this walk completely easy!! Then suddenly we turned a corner and there was the sea. It was beautiful. Travis had never seen the sea before and I took this great picture on my phone of Ian and Travis taking a look at it together.
Well, I hope that my scrapbook page has inspired you to get involved with the challenge this month. It runs from today 15th June until 14th July. The Funky Freebie is available to download during all of that time. Each of the fab Funky Hand Design Team will be posting their takes on my sketch during the month so call back every few days and see the great makes that they create. Be inspired and then join in. The winner of the challenge will get to choose one of the Funky hand download collections available. You just have to post your creation on your blog and then use Mr Linky below so we can all pop over and tell you how great your make is!
Enjoy this months crafting