Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Showcase of entries for Tim Burtons 'The Nightmare before Christmas' for December.....

Thanks to the six ladies that joined in our challenge this month, I'm thankful that you all spared some time to scrap during our busiest time of the year..........its much appreciated!

We had one newbie for the month 'Gina Baj'...thanks for joining us!

I will pop January's inspiration up shortly so you can all get a feel for the Poster. I think you are going to love what you can do with this poster. It may bring back alot of memories from years gone by!
The Design Team have put together some fantastic layouts to share, I will add them to the blog shortly.

So! Why dont all our followers have a go and start the New Year with some of your creative talents and show us your style, we would all love to see your work whether you are a beginner , newbie to challengies or a regular entrant....why dont you make 2011 your best scrapping year ever!!

Maybe you could make it your News Years Scrapping Resolution to join us each month at FS2S!

Here are the entries for December.......
Cecelia Blanco - BOO Crew
 Debi Clark - It's only a paper moon
Gina Baj - Our Jack
Robin Jenkins - Happy Haloween
Karen Williams - What's This?
Peggy Schenkels - Don't mess around with me
I'm off to cast my votes...Good Luck Ladies!!

we will be back shortly :)


Another great inspirational entry.....

Peggy Schenkels -Don't mess around with me

Hi Shazza,
I've attached my December entry for this month's FSTS challenge.  I so loved this challenge, that I started working on it the very day you posted it.  One day later I had painted my tree, melon and swirl, all the papers had been chosen and torn ... everything was ready to be glued to the page, which I finally managed to do ... yesterday!!!!  Just to show you how busy december has been here (guess you all know what I'm talking about!!)!!!  Well, I'm just glad that I was able to finish it in time.  And I even managed to cover all seven criteria Klik op mij!  Thanks for another great challenge!
Hugs xxx Peggy

Hey Peggy! love this entry! The photos you have used of the 'scary' girl are awesome!! (love the painted spiderweb on her face!) your handpainted painted spooky tree, melon and swirl look fantastic. Thankd for joining in this month...Great page!! - Cheers Shazza

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Hi Ladies! Deadline reminder :)

Entries for ' The Nightmare Before Christmas' will close
Wednesday 29th December at midnight.

You have 4 days to submit your entries to
Don't miss out on being one of our lucky winners!


Look at this fabulous entry from....

Cecelia Blanco - Boo Crew

Hello ladies!  Here is my entry for the December challenge.  I have not done a scrap page for a while and this was perfect to get me started again.  This picture is of my three children and my two nieces.  They had a blast this past Halloween!  After this was taken we took them to a Carnival at a local park and they came home with tons of candy and lots of prizes.  Thanks for a great challenge and I hope you all have a great Christmas with your family and friends!
Cecelia Blanco

Hi Cecelia! Great entry this month for our challenge :) The Hallooween photo you have used is just the best, some great costumes worn by the kids!  love you base pp and the spiderweb pp is awesome!! The title you have used is great and the line of pumpkins across the page just tops this off. Well done - Cheers Shazza

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

We have an entry from a newbie.....

Gina Baj - Our-Jack

Hi Shazza,
                  My name is Gina Baj and stumbled across your wonderful blog thru a friend. I love it. I have never submitted for anything, scrapbook wise. When I saw the December inspiration it just called out to me. I live in a small country town in Australia and halloween isn't celebrated much. This year was the first year I had ever seen pumpkins that could be carved. I love the idea of halloween and have had fun with my kids for about the last 7 years, but when I saw a pumpkin I just had to give it a go. We decided to carve a Jack Skellington face. My halloween photos were perfect for this challenge.
I have included all the items:
Pumpkins- in the photos and hanging from the tree.
Large moon- behind the photo and on the vintage halloween postcard.
Jack Skellington- in the photos, in the bottom right hand corner, and as a charm         hanging from the pin in the top right hand corner.
Spooky Tree- chipboard cut out that has been hand glittered.
Fence- another chipboard cutout that I have painted, embossed and wrapped a chain and lock(covered in Staz on ink- black)and cobweb, to represent a cemetery gate. Jack has the keys on his finger.
Yellow/Purple colours- all over
Large Swirl- under the hand made flowers, chipboard painted purple and cover in Ranger crackle paint, black soot.
I had sooo much fun with this challenge thanks for putting it out there. I really enjoying looking at everyone's creations and how from the same poster everyone comes up with unique ideas. Well done everyone!!! and Merry Christmas to all.
                             TTFN Gina

Hi Gina! I'm so glad you decided to join in the challenge this month...and what a great page you have submitted :) You did such a great job of carving your pumpkin. I love your layout, the spooky tree with the hanging pumpkin heads is awesome!! And love you little one eyed ghosty :) It looks like you have covered all the criteria aswell....Well done! Cheers Shazza

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Another entry from.....

Deb Clark - It's only a Paper Moon

Hi Shazza, 
I have to admit that when I saw this inpiration, 'The 
Nightmare before Christmas', I was at an absolute loss! 
I don't have any Halloween photos and kept wondering how 
I could work on it definitely was a challenge 
for me!
I was at the shops and saw this pumpkin head on a paper 
bag, and bought it for a markdown price of 50cents, and 
then today have had a load of fun painting and cutting, 
and gluing my twigs together, and drawing in my little 
skeleton. I haven't used a photo but believe the LO has 
turned out OK! Anyway it was a fun experience!
Thanks and cheers, 
Hi Deb!
Glad you had a go at the challenge this month :) 
Your pumpkin head is gorgeous and how lucky to find 
him for only 50cents! Love your fence made from sticks 
and great skeleton drawing :)Well done!

Monday, December 6, 2010

....And another entry today from....

Robin Jenkins - Happy Halloween

Hi Shazza!  Hope all is well with you.  I thought I'd join in on the fun at From Screen to Scrap this month!  I've done a digi LO of Temple and her best friend, Tatiana!  We live in different neighborhoods in the same Community, and Tati and Temple asked if they could trick-or-treat together!  So we went over to Tati's for a change of pace from our neighborhood this year.

I've covered a fence in the title, a swirl tree, pumpkins and purple and yellow background!  Thanks for a fun challenge!

Best regards,

Hi Robin! This bright digi page has turned out a treat! Love your Swirl and added lit up pumpkins. The girls look great in their costumes dressed up as Minnie Mouse and a Bumble Bee! Can see your fence behind the word 'Happy' and the crow sitting on the end of Halloween is a nice extra embellie. Well done - Shazza

Our First entry for the month from.......

Karen Williams -What's this?

Hi Shazza
I found this poster really hard to work with. I have 
started two LOs wasted 
three sheets of card and finally made this and even 
then it doesn't have all the 
But it does have
1. a moon
2. a fence
3. yellow and purple
4. a black swirl
5. a tiny skeleton 
The title is my from my favourite song in the movie 
when Jack discovers 
Christmas "What's this?" 
Hope this is OK
Hi Karen! this has turned out great!So sorry you had 
wasted three sheets of cardstock: but the end result 
is like Wow!I love your little swirl and your fence 
looks awesome. I love how your moon is behind the photo. 
The edging punch you use looks great. What brand of 
punch is that? Great take on the challenge! 
Cheers Shazza

Friday, December 3, 2010

Here is Celina's interpretation of the movie poster....

Celina Matthews -Jack Obsessed

Hi, Shazza!
Here is my submission for December with the Nightmare Before Christmas movie poster inspiration. I love the Nightmare Before Christmas but my love for the movie does not compare to my eldest daughter's love for Jack Skellington, so I decided to focus my page on her obsession for Jack. Her bed had Jack sheets on it, she has numeruos t-shirts and hoodies of Jack, and she owns so many Jack odds and ends! Here are just of few photos of her and her Jack stuff. Here is how I completed the extra criteria:
1. Pumpkins - I used my cricut expression to cut out some fun little pumpkins with different faces.
2. Large moon - I cut a yellow circle out with my cricut and inked it with Scattered Straw and Mustard Seed Distress Inks.
3. Jack Skellington - I printed out a photo of Jack and cut him out.
4. Spooky tree - I cut out a spooky tree using my cricut in a gray and inked it with Black Soot Distress Ink.
5. Fence - I used my cricut to cut out these little fence pieces so that I connect them to make a long fence border.
6. Yellow/Purple colors - I used the purple cardstock to mat the photos and yellow cardstock for the moon.
7. Large Swirl - I free-handed the swirly mountain found on the poster out of gray cardstock and inked it with Dusty Concord Distress Ink.
I really had fun with this one. This topic was just my style! Can't wait to see what everyone else does with it!

Celina!  Fantastic!! Your daughter really does have an obsession for all things "Jack' I love how you managed all the criteria as well. I bet your daughter loves this page :) Great inspiration for our followers.  Excellent take on the challenge - Cheers Shazza

Finally....Our Guest DT for December is......

Celina Matthews

Hello, all. My name is Celina Matthews. I am 33 years old, a military spouse, stay-at-home-mom of three, and a college student working on a Master's degree in Business Administration. I have been scrapping for a bit more than a year and I can tell you it has quickly become a passion of mine. I scrap or think about scrapping all the time! I look at everything with a scrapper’s eye because you never know where inspiration will come from. I believe scrapping is therapeutic and a benefit to all. Scrapping is not just about recording your memories but about using and developing your creativity. My scrapping style is eclectic at the moment. I haven’t developed “my style” yet but I think it’s coming along beautifully. The styles that really call out to me are steampunk and the darker side of scrapping; including darker colors; a lot of distressing; and subjects like gothic, punk, and Halloween. These styles allow a lot of freedom, diversity, and creativity, and I suggest every scrapper give them a try.
I have been published in Stamping, Sationary, and Scrapbooking magazine (4th Quarter 2010) and am currently a design team member for Scraps of Darkness kit club.
My blog address is
Here are a few of Celina's favourite layouts....

Wonderland Memories

 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Celina I love 'Wonderland Memories' the colors you 
used are gorgeous and those cards look fantastic :)
Please give Celina a warm welcome to FS2S

Here is Celina's RAK prize she is offering to one lucky winner.....

Celina will pick her own winner :)


Here is Jane's interpretation of the movie paoster......

Jane Howden -BOoooo!

Love your digi submission Jane.....The photo looks great with all the added extras and quite spooky!! There is just so much to look at on this page The color scheme you used looks great..Well done for your first sub, I'm impressed :) - Cheers Shazza

Introducing our third new DT member........

Jane Howden


Here is Jane's bio.......

I'm a SAHM to two wonderful children (17 and 12) and live in Gosford on the Central Coast of NSW. I have been scrapbooking now for over six years, using a mix of traditional paper, digital and hybrid methods, mixing my pages equally amongst these styles. Scrapbooking is a very large part of my life and I participate in a number of forums and challenge sites both here in Australia and overseas. I also attend regular crop nights/days with a group of committed scrappers from my own community and participate in several retreats every year. I am always keen to learn new things and share what I know with others. I have a strong work ethic, am structured and organised and am enthusiastic in most everything I do.

For over two years (4/08 to 6/10) I was part of the support and teaching team at Get It Scrapped!, an online class and memory keeping site out of the US, where apart from overseeing classes, I was offering up my own monthly sketches and psd templates, organising the site's annual birthday celebrations, co-hosting several yearly blogging events, setting up and participating in online crops, issuing a series of monthly product and layout challenges as well as general participation and encouragement to members in the site forums. I gave up my involvement there at the end of June so I could concentrate more fully in recent months on my daughter who is currently undertaking the Higher School Certificate examinations for Year 12.

I have been published at Scrapscene and have recently been guest host for challenge #145 at How much is too much.

In 2011 I will be presenting a free monthly year long class on Scrap Beginnings called "Your place in the sun" which will be focusing on how we fit within our own community and neighbourhood.

Please visit my personal blog. I have a slide show embedded here which contains a selection of my layouts for you to view. I lean towards a clean, simple style where the pictures and journaling speak louder than the embellishments.

-Jane Howden

Pretty impressive hey! I think we are pretty lucky to have Jane on the team especially with this extensive scrapping resume. Please welcome Jane to 'From Screen 2 Scrap' - Shazza

Here are some of Jane's favourite layouts....


Country Girl

1st Home

Pierce Brosnan

Jane I really loved your 'Shaken and Stirred' layout that won my
'Celebrity Hunk' challenge at Soul Scrappers :)

Could everyone introduce yourselves to Jane and welcome her to FS2S


Here is Melissa's first submission.......

Melissa Pablo - Spooky Friends

hello miss shazza,
here is my LO for december. I think I covered all the 7 criteria's. Thank you so much.
melissa p :D

Melissa you have done an excellent job of this months movie poster. This page is so inspirational. I love your spiderweb attached to the tree and the title looks fabulous. Love all the little added extras too!! Another great page from you - Cheers Shazza

Here is another new DT member......

Melissa Pablo

Here is Melissa's bio.......

hello! my name is Melissa but you can call me isay (e-sai) . i live in Escondido, CA which is part of San Diego county. i am a full time nurse working on PM shift (love it less stress bcoz no bosses around LOL!) i am also a wife to a very supportive and understaing man, Robert, a mother to three beautiful blessings, Justin (11yo), Joseph (4ys), and my Jylian (21 mos). i started scrabooking 4 yrs ago when i was pregnant with my 2nd child. me and my bestfriend thought it would be nice to start something new and we really needed a stress- reliever because we were both about to take our licensing exam for nursing so scrapbooking was a great therapy! but i stopped scrapbooking because life got in the way- i started working as a nurse then got pregnant again with my third child and i just started scrapbooking again late last year and never stopped. this is still my stress-reliever beside my kids who are my HAPPY PILLS! my jokes are weird, i tend to tell jokes that are medically related LOL! i am a shy and quiet person but my husband tends to disagrees (i really don't know why?). my scrapbooking style varies, it really depends on the photos and papers that i'm going to use but i love to add lots of details, layerings, and movements on my LO's. i am currently one of the Mavens at SKETCHES IN THYME, my very first DT work and my blog link is

Hi Melissa (isay) I'm sure everyone will remember Melissa....... as she has entered quite a few challenges over the last couple of months here os FS2S and also on ARTastic. She has a gorgeous scrapping style and I'm always waiting to see what Melissa does with the criteria each month and she never dissappoints us with her incredible creative side. - Shazza

Welcome to 'From Screen 2 Scrap' Melissa.

Please make Melissa Welcome :)

Here are some of Melissa's favourite layouts that she is sharing with us :)



Oh the places you'll Go!

Pumpkin Patch

Absolutely beautiful layouts Melissa, I am a big fan of yours :)

I really love the layout 'Oh the places you will Go' with the string and bees, it just looks super!


Thursday, December 2, 2010

Here is Sandi's first submission.......

Sandi Robinson - Trick or Treat

How much fun was this?!! I used the poster quite literally for inspiration & featured my son Nathan in his skeleton costume at Halloween 2008. I did manage to include all seven 'extra criteria items'...Pumpkins...Large moon...Skeleton (the boy himself!)...Spooky Tree...Fence...Yellow/Purple...Large Swirl. - Sandi

WOW!!! Sandi...How great is your first submission :) You've done such a great job and it looks like you had fun putting this together because it has come up a treat! Boy!....and you manged to get everything on your page, Well done!! I love it!! - Shazza

Come meet our newest DT member......

Sandi Robinson

Here is Sandi's bio.....

Well... I'm 50 years of age, married for 24 years to my wonderfully patient hubby & Mum to two boys, aged 14 & 11 who all keep me on my toes!...I work on Sundays as a Beauty Consultant for Elizabeth Arden....I have definite OCD tendencies when it comes to things being kept tidy (I am constantly losing the battle being outnumbered 3-1 by messy menfolk!!) I have been 'crafty' since early childhood, knitting, dressmaking, toymaking, soft furnishings, cross-stitch, home decorating & photography are all in my repertoire, but it was when I discovered scrapbooking that I felt I had 'come home'!!! I think of my own style as eclectic...I find inspiration everywhere & am never without a camera to snap those little things that catch my eye! I love that there is no 'wrong' way to scrap & that however it's done it's real value is documenting memories for future generations to enjoy! The last two years have seen me go from being a solo scrapper to being part of the Global phenomena that is the internet!! How fabulous is it that we can 'meet' like minded friends whose paths we would otherwise never cross...not to mention sharing all the ideas & inspiration that's out there! - Sandi Robinson

To view more of Sandi's great work visit her blog -

I met Sandi recently on another scrap booking community and instantly was in awe of her style and creative flair....her work really stood out, so I asked her to apply for one of the DT positions. I also asked our own Natalie Elphinstone to help me sort through the applications and like me, Natalie was instantly drawn to Sandi's gorgeous work......... Well I suppose the rest is history :)
- Shazza

So please give Sandi a big welcome


Now here is a showcase of some of Sandi's gorgeous work......

Caught out!

Who am I?

Remember This

Sweet Cakes

Sorry Sandi...... I went and nicked this one from your blog, as its one of my favourites.... :)

Please introduce yourself to Sandi and welcome her to 'From Screen 2 Scrap'


Here is mine.....

Shazza Bishop - The Monster under the Bed

I just used this pic from the internet because as a child I really did have a fear that something was lurking under my bed at night. It was horrible...... sometimes I would silently cry hoping that it would not grab me by the ankle and pull me under aswell. I used to do this flying leap into bed and my bedhead would bang against the wall and leave marks and gashes in the plaster. I used to pack boxes of books under my bed so the monster would not have much room , would feel squished and uncomfortable and find someone elses under bed space to move too. .....and of course I used to leave the bed side lamp on until morning. It wasnt until I was in my early teens that I think I grew out of this phobia...........but I still remember those nights when I was paralised by fear...... :(
TFL - Shazza

Some great inspiration from......

Dale Tiernan - Halloween

Hi Shazza,

Here is my submission. It is entitled Halloween and shows the kids all dressed up ready to go trick or treating on the 31st of October 2010. I have managed to cover every criteria earning myself the 10 points. I've also managed to include 8 photos on one page. Quite happy with that.


Hi Dale! Great Halloween page, showcasing all those photos of the kids dressed up........
I especially love you spooky tree and all your goulish embellies :) Great work! - Cheers Shazza

Here is a great submission from ......

Chantal Vandenberg - Scary Fun

Hello Shazza,
Here's my take on this month's spooky poster and I had the best fun with this one!!! I've scrapped my daughter Lucy's first ever Ghost Train ride at the show last month and they were just perfect for this layout's theme! I've included ALL of the criteria here! I've done some hand made PUMPKINS, a massive LARGE MOON (using tape and book paper), I had drew my own JACK SKELETON, I created my own SPOOKY TREE, I punched a picket FENCE border (cheers Martha Stewart), I've definately used YELLOW / PURPLE COLOURS, and I've got a cloud of LARGE SWIRLs there using a cut up paper doillie. I've also managed to get the original tickets from the ride on there too - which Lucy is also holding in the pic! The tickets were way too cool to throw away! Thanks for the awesome inspiration! :D
Chantal Vandenberg

Great submission Chantal, Love all the background book pages and your Jack Skeleton is way cool! Great theme to scrap too.... Page looks awesome with so much going on...Great that you kept the ride tickets too -Well done!! - Cheers Shazza

We have another submission today from...

Debbie Johnston - Untitled

Hi Shazza,
Hope you are well. Please find attached my December challenge layout... I have'nt gone for the spooky effect but used three of the elements required
1. a Fence
2. Yellow and Purple
3. a swirl - rhinestone swirls

Unfortunately this will be Debbies last month on FS2S DT
We wish you all the best Debbie :)

Deb! A nice simple submission, love the three elements you used. The photo of the two witches pointing looks great! The distressed flowers go well on the page. Well done! -Cheers Shazza

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Another great submission, this time from....

Jennifer Manis - Bewitched

Hello Shazza!! Just wanted to send in my December layout. This was a fun poster to scrap with! I think I covered most of the criteria just with this laser cut paper I had on hand! My layout is titled, 'Bewitched'. This picture is me at my first Halloween party at school! Thanks for another great poster choice!!
Happy December!

Hey Jen! You have done so well with the criteria, I love how it has the silohouette effect. That house looks the best, this is a fabulous Halloween page and I love the photo of you when you were a little kid! Love the purple hair!! Excellent work! - Cheers shazza

Decembers inspiration will come from the Tim Burton movie....'The Nightmare before Christmas'


Added criteria for an extra 7 Bonus Points
Must have a minimum of three items used from the list,
use all items and receive a bonus 3 pts = 10 pts max
Note: Each item is worth 1pt

1. Pumpkin/s
2. Large moon
3. Jack - Skeleton
4. Spooky tree
5. Fence
6. Yellow/purple colors
7. Large Swirl

This challenge is perfect for all your latest Halloween photos!!


Please email your layouts compressed/resized for web viewing to

Also, please add your blog address to your email so I can add it to the post, that way we can come and visit :)

The Design Team have put together some great submissions,
so lots of inspiration to share with you all shortly :)

Entries for ' The Nightmare Before Christmas' will close
Wednesday 29th December at midnight.

Cant wait to see this months entries !!!


Next on the list for some inspiration is.......

Natalie Elphinstone - 'Cheer' Christmas Card

Dear Shazza.
Here's my December entry. The poster was awesome, and it was interesting trying to work out the balance between Halloween and Christmas themes on this one. I ended up going with a card, and have managed to incorporate 5 of the additional criteria (large moon, spooky tree, fence, yellow and purple, swirls) but couldn't help adding some cute little reindeer too!

What a beautiful Christmas Card Natalie. I love it when you try something different and love that you still managed to incorporate 5 of the criteria...amazing!! i love the three reindeer prancing off into the night sky........ Your work is sooo inspiring!! - Cheers shazza

Here is another inspirational submission from...

Chelle Beeby - Witches Brew

Hey Shazza, wow, I had to go digging for a photo this month, as you can see this is a very vintage family heirloom (me when I was a wee little witch).... now I think I managed everything - it was a long list this month, 1. Pumpkin - yep, 2. Large moon - yep, 3. Skeleton - well part there of, but think that counts?, 4. Spooky tree - of course, 5. Fence - it's there, 6. Yellow/purple colors - my fav, yes! and 7. Large Swirl - yep! What a blast... this month is going to be fun to see all the different submissions! Thanks heaps again for a great challenge! xx Chelle xx

Hey Chelle! I love your interpretation of the poster. I love how you added your swirls to the top of your photo. Love you as a wee little witch :) Yep! I think you have covered everything and it has turned out a treat!! - Cheers shazza

Here is our first DT submission for December...

Marisa Page - My Nightmare Before Christmas

Hi Shazza,
I found this months poster very interesting to work with, it took me awhile
to come up with an idea of what to scrap. I decided to scrap about 'my
nightmare before Christmas'. I used the criteria of the purple/yellow colour
combo, fence and my swirls is the string. Looking forward to seing what
everyone creates with this months poster for inspiration.

Marisa! I think we can all relate to your nightmare Before Christmas...this is what the journaling says.....'Starts at the beginning of December with the cleaning, organising, wrapping of presents and cooking. just for one day.....' A great submissions, and a great idea. I love all the work you have put into this, from the little fence, string and scattered flowers. Cheers shazza

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Winners announced for the 'Casablanca' challenge......

Woohoo!!! Another great month at FS2S with so many fantastic layouts :)

Thanks to everyone that joined in this months challenge, it was great to see all the different versions of the movie poster and criteria :)

Deciding on the winners each month is so hard when there are so many great entries to choose from!!!!!

We had 17 entries for the month, with 2 newbies joining in!!

ok here we go ......

The winner of the Golden Globe this month is

Jen Fawkes
with her entry
'Here's looking at you Kid'

Congratulations have won
a 'Lisa K' - Boy kit' donated by shazza


Golden Globe Runner UP! prize goes to

Melissa Pablo
with her entry
'Miramar Airshow'

Congratulations Melissa! you have won

a GOR JUSS 3-d Diecut kit
Donated by shazza


The Random prize draw of the Applescrapbooking kit
donated by Debbie Johnston (FS2S DT)

goes to....

Sue McVeigh
with her entry
Just Married


The Random Draw winner of the A2Z scraplets


Karen Williams
with her entry
'Fancy a Kiss'


The Directors choice of the flower pack goes to......

Melissa O'Neill
with her entry
Its a big world Hey mum!

Reason - I loved the photos she used of her little boy looking out into the BIG World!! (so cute). I also loved the world maps she added to her page, her clouds and plane just looked awesome!


The Guest DT Rak winner (and picked by Lisa herself)

Lynnda Hosni
with her entry
1st Day in Prep


The FS2S design Team winner for November is

Chantal Vandenberg
with her entry
Pre Fight Excitement

Congratulations chantal you have won a Shazza RAK :)


A big thankyou to all the November sponsors,
your donations are much appreciated by all of us at FS2S

Sponsors for November

Lisa K Boy Kit and GOR JUSS decoupage kit and flower Pack- donated by shazza
A2Z scraplets
Lisa Webb - RAK
Red apple scrapbooking page - donated by Debbie Johnston

Thankyou to all the ladies that took the time to enter this month,
You all ROCK!

Thankyou to Lisa Webb for being our Guest DT for the month,
and adding some great comments to the entries during the month.

Thankyou to my DT members, without them this challenge blog would be very dull and boring!!!!

Could all the winners please email me their home addresses to: so I can get all your prizes organised :)

Now who's up for some ''The Nightmare Before Christmas' inspiration