{SAS}sy November Sponsor: Glitz Design!

It’s November, the month to be thankful. The team at Scrap Attack Scrapbooking is very thankful and excited to announce that Glitz Design has partnered with us and is sponsoring our November contest! The NEW Scarlett and Hoopla Collections, filled with gorgeous colors and bold fun designs, are available from the {SAS}sy Store.

We know that you will love their products as much as we do and we would love to see what you are creating using Glitz's beautiful lines. Regardless of your scrappy level, everyone is eligible to win as we will be pulling a winner at random. Speaking of winning…Glitz Design is donating a couple fabulous prize packs that will no doubt be totally fabulous! Listed below are the details of the contest:

• Your layout or project must contain at least 75% Glitz Design products.

• Your entry must be new and made specifically for this contest.

• 1 entry is allowed per person and is open to US and Canadian designers.

• Deadline for entry is midnight PST on November 30th, 2010 with a winner being announced within a week.

• To earn a bonus entry into the contest – we challenge you to “Glitz” it up and add a little sparkle or shine to your project.

Please email your submission and contact information to ScrapAttackScrapbooking-at-msn-dot-com with Glitz Design Contest in the subject line. You are also encouraged to share your work with us on our blog, message board or Facebook page but please make sure you first and foremost email your submission.

If you are in need of Glitz Design collections, we have a store stocked with wonderful collections. Please stop by the Glitz Design section of the store to pick some up!

Here is my submission:

Paper: Glitz Design
Letters: American Crafts
Flowers: Prima, Webster's Pages
Rub-ons: Glitz Design
Stickers: Glitz Design
Pen: Zig
Miscellaneous: Doily

Good luck, I can't wait to see all the wonderful layouts/projects submitted! Thank you Glitz Design for being a wonderful partner and sponsor!


  1. Beautiful work, I love how you used the extra parts to make your frame - creative!


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