Friday, September 7, 2012

Playing in Paradise #83

Happy Friday my Paradise friends!!  I hope your first week of back to school is stress free.  I'm a SAHM with a before and after care, this fall I have total of 7 kids including my own.  So far, all is well.... we'll see once we start seeing the flakes.

I hope you will find time to join us with this week's Playing in Paradise Challenge over at the Scrapbooker's Paradise blog. This week's challenge is by Angela with Rule of 3rd's.

 
Sample of Rule of 3rd's
 
and a sketch
 
 
I was stumped with this one.... I read the Rules of 3rd's and I still didn't get it.  Could it be becaue my image is so big?

 


 Hope you will check out the rest of my team mates for some ideas.

How to Play:
1.  Everyone is invited to play! There are no requirements or restrictions on what products you can use to create your  challenge entry.

2.  You have until noon on Thursday, September 13th to link your entries for this challenge below.

3.  Please link directly to your entry photo or your specific blog post featuring your project, not a general link. We reserve the right to remove invalid links. If you're uploading to a public forum, then use the keyword PPC83 so we can find you!

4.  Please fill in your name (not the name of your card or the name of the challenge) as the caption/label within the linky tool.

Good Luck and Thanks for bloggin' by!

4 comments:

Allison said...

It stumped me too but I think you do it, you just don't even know when you do! This is cute...great job on the piecing too!

Sacha said...

Great card...the image is soo cute. I don't think its too big at all!

Notes by Nina said...

I was stumped too, my first card has three of everything.. I love how your card turned out, that image is adorable.

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