Tuesday, November 2, 2010

November Issue of ScrapStreet + Calls


Hi everyone! The November issue of ScrapStreet is up! Check it out here. You can find my article using frames here. It's a long one...9 pages, and chalked full of cool ideas and wonderful samples. The rest of the issue is fabulous, so make sure you check it all out.

And the new calls are up too:


February Article Calls - Features
Call 1: Sweet Love. Do you have a layout that you made about a love for chocolate? Or perhaps there's another sweet that you can't put down. We want to see all those chocolate and candy layouts. Don't have a sweet tooth? Show us how you were inspired by chocolate or candy...it could be in the texture or you were inspired by the wrapper, just let us know!
Call 2: Shot Through The Heart. Let us feast our eyes on your projects that include arrows.
Call 3: Shabby Chic. Calling all shabby chic scrappers! We want to see your layouts, cards, and other projects that portray your shabby chic style!
Call 4: Lace it up. Use lace in your creations and share them with us!
February Article Calls - Fixtures
Chic Street: Doilies aren't just placemats anymore. Call for layouts using paper doilies!!!
U-Turn: Oh, mini-albums, how do I love thee... Show us what or who YOU love in the form of a mini-album! Please include multiple photos in your submission!
Open Road: Put the focus on journaling! February is one of the biggest times of year for receiving greeting cards. Grab a sentiment or quote from a greeting card that catches your eye and let it inspire your layout! From hello to love to birthday cards, read on and get creative.
Easy Street: There's a time and place for everything! Share your layouts on how you capture this statement in your layouts. Whether you capture this statement through your photos or journaling, let's see them!
Card Corner: Let us publish that special card you be giving/sending to your special Valentine this month.
Deadline is midnight November 29th ... for all calls.
Please send your work to submissions@scrapstreet.com.


Since we are talking about ScrapStreet, I thought I'd share a layout that I made for last month's issue:


I used the Summer Breeze line from My Little Shoebox. :) Love this line! And then I adhered everything together with Helmar Adhesives. I used Helmar Premium Craft Glue for most of it. But if you look at the layout close, you'll see the frame (along with bird and journaling) are all lifted up. I did that with the Helmar's awesome Liquid Scrap Dots. Here are some close up's:




This layout was in last month's Strips and Scraps article. If you want to check that out, you can still see it here.

Hope you have a wonderful day!!!


6 comments:

Kelly Massman said...

Love the papers and sewing on this!

Elisa K said...

Love your layout and the stitching makes it even better. Thanks for sharing.

Lisa Dorsey said...

Loved your article and layout. Those pictures made me smile! Your layout here is wonderful too!

Glenda T. said...

Hi Pamela! Your project is gorgeous and I wanted to say thank you for spotlighting me on the MM blog, you made my day and made me smile! Have a great week and I'm off to check out the new Scrapstreet!!

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