Today's challenge is based on something I've seen done a lot in scrapbooking. I would like to see you use only the top 1/3 or the bottom 1/3 of your card, leaving the other 2/3 blank. For some (like me) this can be quite a challenge because we looooooooove our embellishments, but take a look at Amy's card:
That image is too sweet to be overshadowed by lots of embellishments, don't you think? This definitely proves that this challenge is worth a try ;)
BUT, before you do, I would like you to mark your calendars please. From April 12th to April 18th, the DT and I are putting together a series of related challenges all revolving around scoring. This has been in the works for quite some time, and I am super excited to welcome our next sponsor:
Tim Hammonds from Scor-it sent me my own Scor-it tool, and after I used it the first time, I said "Where have you been all my card making life?" I'm not exaggerating the greatness of this product for card makers like us. If you already have one, and you love it like I do, then you know what I'm talking about. If you don't have one, then you will have the opportunity to win your very own Scor-it Mini! The DT (who all have their own Scor-it Minis) and I will be blogging all about it in a couple of weeks as we share projects and tutorials with you.
Okay -- enough chatter! I didn't leave any white space in this post, so you'll have to do it for me on your cards~