Weekly Challenge | TerryB

This week, our member Terry (TerryB), wants you to create a project replacing alphas with embellishments. Our members are so talented and we love seeing your work in the gallery! Check back each week as we ask one of our members to inspire you with a challenge based on one of their projects from our member gallery. Be sure to visit Terry to see more of her work and keep up with her.

Hello all. My name is Terry, and I'm excited to bring you this weeks challenge. I fell in love with the acetate alpha in the Wink Wink kit, and wanted to stretch the use of it as much as possible. I started pairing the alphas with embellies to create words, and this layout sprouted from there.

My challenge to you is to replace one (or more) alphas with embellies in a title. Get creative and have fun. Looking forward to seeing your clever ideas!

Now it’s your turn to create a project based on Terry's challenge! Share your new project for the challenge in the Studio Calico gallery (add the hashtag #SCchallenge to make it easier to find!), then link up your project in the comments of this post by November 9th to be entered to win a $5 gift card to the Studio Calico Shop! This week's challenge winner will be announced in the November 14th Layout of the Week post.

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  1. juliee (Silver Rewards Subscriber) juliee says…

    Great layout

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  2. Bellaa75 Bellaa75 says…


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  3. CeliseMcL (Gold Rewards Subscriber) CeliseMcL says…

    It will be ok. But it is tough.
    Here is my card, I cut circles from glitter paper for the "0"s
    And used the wink wink glittery blue.

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  4. penny (Silver Rewards Subscriber) penny says…

    I used a chipboard heart for an "o": http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/177643-miss-you

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  5. art944 (Gold Rewards Subscriber) art944 says…

    I used the circle chipboard sticker in Wink Wink to replace "O". I guess O is the easiest, ha!

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  6. CristinaC CristinaC says…

    This is such a neat way to stretch an alpha! Thanks for the inspiration!

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