Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Challenge 1 - Tick Tock, RAK, and Posting Issues

Hello all!

First of all, let me thank all of you who shared your layouts with us thus far. We have loved looking through them! Keep 'em coming!

Second, let me remind you that layouts are due for this first challenge by SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2008. We would love to see your creations at any time after that, but they will only be considered for the RAK if they are in by Sunday night. We need to be able to get on to the next challenge, which will be posted Monday, September 24th.

And speaking of the first RAK, here it is:

I tried to include things that went with the challenge for this first RAK, so I included cardstock, a fancy-dancy cardstock container, a paper shaper, a flower punch, stencils, 2 packs of foam stamps, a stamp from Cat's Life Press, a pair of scissors (for that precision cutting!) paint, and a little cardboard box to decorate. There will also be a little surprise goodie in there (I'm still working on them!)

I know that some of you have been having a hard time figuring out how to post your layouts, and I am very sorry to any of you who have had technical difficulties. We are trying to work out the best system possible so that the process can be smooth for everyone. So, right now you have 3 choices of how to post a layout to us:

(1) Include a link in the blog comments section (for challenge 1, do so in the challenge 1 description, etc) to a place on the web where you store your photos.

(2) Go to either scrapbook.com or twopeasinabucket.com and search for the post that has that week's challenge. For each challenge, we will post a thread where you can put your layouts. The posts will be named "Method Playground Challenge 1", "Method Playground Challenge 2". etc. so that you can easily find them. Simply add your layout to the site gallery and link it there.

(3) Email us directly through the link on the right side of the blog (our least preferred method because then everyone can't enjoy your work!)

Please bear with us while we work out all these details, and let us know if you have any suggestions or problems. :)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

....errr...or maybe I should have posted it here???.... F/2 peas... Used small eraser end dipped in pink paint on the cardstock to decorate.


kathi townzen