Thursday, October 30, 2008

A Freebie for you?

Well, maybe. If this works. I got PkDoll to check out my link to 4shared. She said it worked for her so I'm gonna try to share it with you! I did the technique challenge over at http://www.godigitalscrapbooking.com/ hosted by Helen Ehrenhofer. Helen is always "challenging" us to do something new or odd or HARD! (*rotfl*) But that's the reason I so enjoy doing them! It's usually something I've never done or do the hard way! Haha. This challenge was to create and use a "word mask" in a layout.



So.............I thought and thought about what word to use. All the "traditional" words popped out at me like FAMILY, CHRISTMAS, and THANKSGIVING. But I wanted something a little different. So I thought of JINGLE and YULETIDE and even SLEIGH RIDE! But those might have been a little harder to find something to scrap with. I mean, really! I love sleigh rides! But how many of us have really taken a ride in one and would have photos? I almost went with SLEDDING because that would fit a lot of layouts but then I thought of all the family traditions we share at this time of year. So TRADITION became my word. You can use this word mask for any of your family traditions whether it be that big Christmas or Thanksgiving dinner or just the Friday Family Movie Night!






Above is my layout using the word mask. I used Studio Lorie's Flitting Fall Faeries for the flowers available at http://www.scrapbookgraphics.com/ The background is my own. Here is the word mask for you if you want it.


You can download it here!

5 comments:

Carol said...

Love it!!!! You did a great job on it and I give you an A++++++ LOL
Thanks GF!

Bekah_E'scape2Scrapland said...

Hi Melanie, I've given you an award on my blog.. please stop on by and check it out :) thank you :) Bekah_E

Cindyrelly said...

What a GREAT word ;) Thanks for the mask!

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 03 Nov [LA 08:00pm, NY 11:00pm] - 04 Nov [UK 04:00am, OZ 03:00pm] ).

Linda said...

Thanks so much!