Well season #6 officially wrapped up last night with the season finale of Project Runway with Irina winning at Bryant Park, NYC. I must admit I really wanted Carol Hanna to win, but she is still a winner in my book!
I AM SOOOOOOOOOO EXCITED to announce that Project Runway is starting its 7th season on January 14th! So you know what that means ladies....................we are going to be starting our 2nd season of Project Scrapbook!
I already have some products/prizes set up for our upcoming challenges & I am currently working on getting some more. If you know of or have any friends/family who have some fun/exciting businesses that would like to sponsor us please e-mail me.
We have some fun changes in store for all of you this up & coming season: Ruth Nickle has agreed to be a part of the planning team! Plus new scrap booking recipe ideas, new sponsors & soooo much more.
We are again opening this up to 12 ladies, so make sure to e-mail me to reserve your spot.
You may have noticed that we have been a little behind lately, but are catching up. Things have been a little hectic for the 3 of us, besides the holidays coming, I have had a new baby (who has mild colic), poor Lucinda has been up/down with a cold this season & Sherry just moved. Thank you for your understanding, we will be getting everything wrapped up here on our end shortly (finishing challenges, uploading pic.'s, voting & getting out any last minute prizes) & preparing for our second season.
Have a MERRY HOLIDAY SEASON & A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Monday, November 9, 2009
This week on the show the 5 remaining designers went to visit The Getty Center & had to walk the gallery & grounds & seek out what inspired them for there next project. So here is your challenge: (sponsored by Cosmo Cricket) you must take there Black Board House Album (chipboard/6 pages) & seek out how it inspires you. Do you see it as your vacation get away, home for the holidays, bring home baby or something spooky you decide. This project must be turned in by Nov. 19. Please e-mail myself or Lucinda for a book. We only have 12 so it is on a first come first serve basis.
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