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Default March 2019: Passport FAQ

If you have any questions regarding THIS month's Passport challenges, please post them here.

We have a wonderful team and community here at SSD....
so someone is sure to get back to you ASAP with answers to anything and everything related to our Passport Challenge System!

Here is a list of this month's challenge prompts for easy reference:

#1. One Little Word : Yes!

#2. Product :
Be adventurous and scrap with a designer’s products you wouldn’t normally choose or that doesn’t suit your usual style.

#3. Featured : Meagan, Lorie or Blagovesta
Our featured designer articles have been expanded since we started our alphabet inspired series, and are showcased on the blog each time a new designer goes into the spotlight. Your challenge is to use any solo product from one of our featured designers this month PLUS discover something from either Meagan, Lorie or Blagovesta's interviews this month to use as inspiration for a layout, be sure to tell us what inspired you in your gallery comments!

The following are a few ideas on how you may glean inspiration from a FD interview... Using this interview with Meg [featured in December] ... You might be inspired by the red and white cookie jars in her kitchen to scrap a red & white layout. Maybe you'd like to include the quote she shared “The Best Thing About Memories Is Making Them” on your page, maybe you were inspired by the letter “G” to scrap your own OLW starting with the letter G... or perhaps you might simply want to lift one of the layouts created by the Babes to show off the FD freebie. It’s totally up to YOU to decide how you'd want to be loosely inspired by one of our FD blog posts.

#4. Inspired By : Rubia Padilha
Ru is an adventurous scrapper if we've ever seen one!
Her layouts are full of motion, expression, play, joy, LIFE... and we invite you to use her breathtaking gallery to inspire you this month!

#5. List : At least 3 things you want to learn how to do.

#6. Leaving Love :
Leave love on 15 layouts in the gallery and then post the link to each in your tracker thread.
Create your own place marker by using your favorite layout you've left love for during the month to "hold" that spot on your card ♥
Right click on a page in the gallery and save... follow by resizing this saved image to 97 X 97 before adding it to your Passport tracker image.

#7. Photography :
Capture the thrill or joy of doing something for the very first time in a photo and scrap it!

#8. Quote :
Search for the word “adventure” on BrainyQuote, and choose your own quote to scrap this month!

#9. Seasonal : March 26th is Make Your Own Holiday Day!
Think outside the box… what holiday would you invent, and how would you celebrate it? Scrap it!

#10. Typography :
Scrap with the Adventure Dreamer font on one of your layouts this month!

#11. Wild Card : Scrap anything you'd like for this challenge ♥

#12. Composition : Panorama
Scrap with a photo that takes up the entire height or width of your page.

#13. Journal : Part of pushing yourself to try new things is sometimes failing.
Journal about something you set out to do, but were not able to accomplish.

#14. Currently : Trying to...

#15. Color : Scrap with this month’s color swatch.
It should be obvious that the page you've created was inspired by the colors featured in the swatch image posted below.
** You don’t necessarily have to use all of the colors shown [use 2, or 3, or all 5] **

#16. Rewind / Flashback : The Ampersand!
Ampersands were everywhere in scrapbook layouts once upon a time. Let’s revisit this trend by including an ampersand on your page. Bigger is better!

#17. Scrap Stash :
Use word art from a kit in your stash that includes the word “adventure”, “experiment” or “new”!

#18. Scraplift :
On the first Sunday of each month, Sugarbabe Kim E. will host an inspiring Scraplift Challenge on the SSD Blog.
You have the entire month to play along and complete your page.

To keep in mind while you're scrapping...
These prompts are written and created with fairly broad themes/concepts in mind and I think that personal interpretation is key. You can certainly approach a prompt literally, or I encourage you to think about it in a different way ... take a creative approach on ways to apply prompts so that they'll work for you and your family.

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