Monday, September 2, 2013

September challenge at Scrapping Everyday Miracles

                    It's a new month and that means another challenge at 
                                 Scrapping Everyday Miracles

"To Everything There Is A Season" (Ecclesiastes 3)

This month's challenge is being hosted by Helen and this is what she has to say....

      Hi! Helen here bringing you the Main Challenge this month. 

In my home country, Indonesia, we only have 2 seasons: rainy and dry. Since I moved to Ohio back in 2008, I love seeing leaves changing their color every time the season changes. It amazes me that each leaf has its own way to change color in every season. And in our lives, we experience change all the time...and in every change that happens, God shows His mercy and miracles happen too!

My challenge for you this month is to create a layout about your favorite season of the year. Let your project show us God's miracles and His mighty work as you highlight this season.

The Scrap Twist that you need to include on your project is to use 3 or more leaves --- to remember how God changes the color of the leaves with the seasons.

This is my layout I created.
 My favorite time here is early fall. 
It is still warm during the days but cool at night.
Everywhere you look there is color, yellow, oranges, reds and more.
It makes my heart happy.

As for the twist:
I used several fabric leaves as well as several metal ones.

**NOTE: You may submit the project you create for Scrapping Everyday Miracles to other challenge blogs but your project must be mainly created for the Scrapping Everyday Miracles challenge in order to win the sponsor prize and/or be one of Top 3**

All entries must be linked HERE by September 30, 11:55pm PST.

Winners will be announced on Monday, October 7th, here at Scrapping Everyday Miracles blog.

*Important: Make sure your link is to the blog post with your project & not just your blog in general...and be sure to remember the SCRAP TWIST!

1 comment:

blsd2scrp said...

love this page! the details and elements are so great!