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If you came here from Wendy's blog you are in the right spot! If you are willing to join the blog hop: First make sure that you are a member of Let's Scrap (you'll need the sketches to be in the draw for a price) and then start of at Betty Anne's blog for Resolution #1.
Resolution #3: Beth
Resolution #6: Roulien
Resolution #7: Kristie
Resolution #8: Bev
Resolution #9: Mandy
Resolution #10: Megan
Resolution #11: Wendy
Resolution #12: Debby - You are here!
Resolution #14: Tracy
Resolution #15: Amy
So let's get ready! Welcome! Let's Scrap is one of the friendliest scrapbook communities there is on this little planet called earth and I am so glad you decided to join us for our Hoppy New Year Blog Hop!
There are 15 Design team members, Contributing Design Team members and Administrators from Let’s Scrap hosting the blog hop. They will each have a Resolution (challenge) for you to do and a prize that you can win. Also one ofthe members of the group who doesn’t have a blog is posting a couple of great challenges in the Let’s Scrap Forum and there will be in depth rules and other important information posted in the forum also so make sure to check it all out.
I made this card using a Let's Scrap sketch and used 10 (TEN) eyelets. And then I can say (Ooooh, I am so modest today!) it looks pretty cool and nothing dusty or rusty!
You can use this techinque using different shapes, on a layout, over top of a picture or even to accentuate a part of a picture.
I have two other examples for the 'different' use of eyelets. Again: Nothing dusty or rusty. On the first layout I used the eyelet to put my thread through and attached it to the back. I think it is a very nice finish for thread ends. You can also use this technique for ribbon.
Leave me a comment on this post with the link to your finished card or layout in the Let's Scrap gallery.To do this go to the page where layout or card is posted on Let's Scrap , highlight the information in the URL bar (or you may call it location bar or address bar, the one all the way up top) Make sure you highlight all of it. Then right click and hit copy. Go to my comment section, click where you want it in the comment section. Right click and hit paste. It should put the link to your layout in the Let's Scrap gallery. If you need help just send me a message in Let’s Scrap.