March Off the Page Challenge

Hi Everyone, it’s Kathy today with the Lori Whitlock/ Paper Issues  March Off the Page Challenge ! If you recall, an Off the Page project is simply a paper crafting project that is not a traditional scrapbook page. Each month I will be using files from Lori’s SVG shop, for my Off the Page projects over at Paper Issues, and we would love for you to play along too!  Easter is early this year, March 27th, so of course this month’s challenge is all about the bunny!  I’m looking for all of your paper projects with an Easter or Spring Theme!  Baskets, treat holders, shaped cards, home décor… anything Easter or Spring themed that is not a traditional scrapbook page will work! Of course we want you to use Lori Whitlock files for these projects! Here’s what I created as inspiration for the challenge, I used the March Kit of the Month which is available free to anyone who purchases $20 of product (in one transaction) in the Lori Whitlock SVG Shop  in the month of March.  Just add $20 worth of files in your cart and this kit will automatically be added to your purchase!

Here are some close-ups…

Easter Bunny Gift Box (in the Silhouette Store here)

Bunny Shaped Card (in Silhouette Store here)

Carrot Box (in Silhouette Store here)

Playing along with the challenge is easy! Post a picture of your project in the March Challenges Album in the comments of this project in the Paper Issues Friends and Fans Facebook Group by April 6th. You could win one of two gift certificates to the Paper Issues Store for playing along! I can’t wait to see what you create!   That’s it for me today, thanks for stopping by to peek!

 

by K S

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Melissa SunshineHoneyBee - March 14, 2016 - 7:48 am

I created the LW Belly Easter Bunny Box. Clicked on the link for Mar Ch Album and not sure if I got it posted in correct place or not. Please let me know. Here’s a link to my project also:
http://createdbysunshinehoneybee.blogspot.com/2016/03/lw-belly-easter-bunny-box.html
Changed things up a bit by putting the bunny’s feet inside the box since I used double-sided cardstock. Have a BEE-utiful day!
Melissa
“Sunshine HoneyBee”

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