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    Hey everyone! Happy NSD!! I'm here to host a s.l.o.w. scrap for us! A BIG thank you to Amanda of Amanda Yi Designs for hosting us! A random winner will be selected to receive a $5 gift certificate to her store here at TDP.

    Thanks to those who made it to chat with me as we posted the instructions! Here's the full list for everyone to follow! I can't wait to see the layouts!

    Start with a Patterned background paper (12x12 if that's how you scrap)

    1. Add a 12" x 3" Vertical Paper on the edge of the page
    2. Add a ribbon, border, or stitches where the two papers meet
    3. Add an approximate 6" circle on top of ribbon/border/stitches
    4. Stack (3) 4"x8" papers on top of circle
    5. Layer (2) Square Photos on top of rectangle papers
    6. Add a Journaling Card that overlaps the photos
    7. Attach your Journal card with a staple, button/brad or tape
    8. Add a 2 word Large Title above & below Photos
    9. Add some Pretties- flowers, buttons, word art (5-7 depending on what looks good to you!)
    10. LAST but not least- add your journaling, any paint splatters & DON'T forget to add a date!



    For more NSD fun, please visit the master NSD 2015 List.

    And for the fine print:
    - All pages must use 100% TDP products (including freebies or retired products)
    - Pages must be uploaded to the Challenge Gallery
    - Link us up here in this thread by midnight EST Friday, May 8, 2015
    - Don't forget to have fun!
    Last edited by AmieN1; 05-02-2015, 01:04 PM.

  • #2
    I will play!
    Loving it here <3

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    • #3
      Are you not on daylight saving ? If it is PDT then it is 1800 hours CEST ( central European summer time ) 1700 for England
      Last edited by nemla; 05-01-2015, 05:11 AM.

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      • AmieN1
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        We are on Daylight Savings Time- I think... The time zone converter I posted calculates for that tho! Hope to see you tomorrow morning (for me!) :D

    • #4
      I'm going to play along! Love slow scraps!

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      • #5
        Looking forward to this! xx

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        • #6
          I'm going to try if I can drag myself out of bed. LOL. I'm lucky enough to be in the same state, so I don't have to worry about time conversion.
          --- KIMBERLEE ---

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          • AmieN1
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            Lol! My kids will ensure that I am up MUCH earlier than 9am!

        • #7
          Sounds like fun! I'm hoping to participate.
          (Updated signature coming one of these days!)

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          • #8
            the fun thing with this converter is, that it doesn't show pst :-) i have to choose from cities. and i'm not super good in topography but it might be washington/seattle time, right?
            so it's my time 6 p.m. (german/berlin time) and that seems to be doable for me. now i only have to be remembering at the right moment :D
            i will set my alarm on the phone. that might do it.
            Loving it here <3

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            • AmieN1
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              Lol! Ya whoops! So I am on Seattle time :D Only about 4 hours east! Hope you can make it!

          • #9
            Just 10 minutes to go! I'm here ....... who else is joining us??

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            • #10
              *waving hand*
              Loving it here <3

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              • #11
                Me, but I might be in and out a bit

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                • #12
                  :hi: Everyone (or Alina & Vicky!) I'll post the first instruction now!

                  Start with a Patterned background paper (12x12 if that's how you scrap)

                  1. Add a 12" x 3" Vertical Paper on the edge of the page

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                  • AlinaLove
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                    which edge?

                  • AmandaSchmidt
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                    I was just about to ask if it matters which edge as well.

                  • AmieN1
                    AmieN1 commented
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                    Either gals! Up to you! :D

                • #13
                  Hello! So fun!

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                  • #14
                    Its been so long since I've done a speed scrap - I'm glad its a slow one

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                    • #15
                      Just noticed I obviously need to do the siggy challenge, as my commitments are different now too!

                      2. Add a ribbon, border, or stitches where the two papers meet

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