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It’s National Scrapbook Day and we want to celebrate!  Join us tonight for an online crop with Brittany and Melodee from the ScrapbookSteals team and Lindsay Moore as our guest from Carta Bella Paper.  Get your questions ready, he will chat with us and answer your questions! There will also be prizes!  Here is how you can join the online crop:

Join us here for our Livestream Online Crop

  • You will need to sign up for a free account to be able to chat
  • We will be chatting from 6-10 pm Mountain Time tonight
  • We will be video chatting from 6-7 Mountain Time

We hope to see you there!

Now, what is a celebration without some challenges and prizes, right?  Here are your challenges for the weekend.  You have until Sunday at 11:59 pm MT to post your entry. Simply leave a comment with a link to your project on this blog post no later than 11:59 pm Sunday May 5th, 2013.  You can enter as many challenges as you wish, there will be a prize for each challenge.

Challenge #1 – “5”

Since we are celebrating with BabySteals.com’s 5th Birthday this week, create a project with 5 different pattern papers, 5 embellishments (buttons, brads, ribbon, twine, flowers etc) and 5 word-based items (title, journaling, stickers etc)

Challenge #2 – Your favorite song…now

Create a layout inspired by your favorite song right now.  It could be an old favorite or a new one.  It could be the title of your layout or mentioned in the journaling.  Think of Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are” and create a layout of a loved one.  Or maybe it’s Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” and a layout dedicated to your kids.

Challenge #3 – Twine

Since we are showing off twine in today’s Blog Hop, use some twine on your project!  It can be a little or a lot.  Use our awesome Blog Hop participants as inspiration to create something wonderful with twine.

Challenge #4 – Right Now

Create a project about Right Now.  It could be a layout about yourself, one of your kids, how much you love someone, or your hopes and dreams for the rest of the year.  Whatever inspires you about the words “Right Now”