Monday, February 22, 2010

March Challenge

February's challenge has ended and it was so exciting seeing all the entries. I want to thank everyone for playing and we really hope to see you again this month! Everyone, even the winner can try again! I will post a winner this Thursday the 25th.

Here's the March Challenge Set Up:
You live in a rural County, in fact so rural the closest scrapbooking store is many miles away and you get the chance to shop only once in a while. You shop online normally, at… joy, oh joy BlueMoonScrapbooking! On a whimsy, your neighbor says “I’m going to town, want a lift?” Well, you hop in and the neighbor says “I’ll drop you off and pick you up in a bit”. Fabulous – except you have been dropped off at the hardware store with only cardboard shapes, nuts and bolts, wire and mesh… available. Time to push the creativity button as you work with the supplies from the hardware store.

For this challenge use Cardboard/Grungeboard shapes we recommend Donna Salarzar, Tim Holtz and/or another hardware store item.

Challenge ends March 20th.

The Design Team Members will choose a Challenge winner which will be their favorite layout from the gallery. The winner will receive a $40.00 BlueMoon shopping certificate!

Post your entry anytime before March 20th in the BlueMoonGallery. Upload a 4x6 with 72 resolution - this works best. If you're having issues uploading it's usually because the image is too big/large a file. Resize it and you're off to the races. If you have problems email
You can enter 1 layout per challenge.
Open to all US and International Scrappers.
We need at least 5 people to enter in order to choose a winner, so tell some of your friends to join in so someone will win the $40.00 BlueMoon Shopping Certificate.

A winner will be choosen the week of March 22nd.


  1. wooooooooooooooooooo hoooooooooooooooooooooo! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

  2. Another awesome Blue Moon challenge!!!

  3. Question...does it have to be a retail (i.e. storebought) cardboard/grungeboard item or can we die-cut our own cardboard shapes?

  4. Great challenge for March! I already have something in mind.