How fast January flew by! Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate our fifth birthday!
With a new month beginning, we present our Major Case File, which features an awesome Composite Sketch created just for CSI by The Nifty Pixel. This challenge will stay open for the entire month. We've also got a brand-new line up of sponsors and a Special Investigator too!
So, are you ready for the new challenge? Grab you forensics kits, CSI players, and get ready for some serious sleuthing as we open Major Case File No. 223.
With February being one of the coldest months where I live, I thought it would be apropos to open up some Cold Case Files. These were Case Files I had prepared for previous challenges but never went live. Our first Cold Case this month features a whimsical Scene by Monster Riot.
Remember to scroll all the way down to the bottom of this reveal post for RGB codes, color descriptions, and more detailed explanations of the Evidence and Testimony prompts.
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We'll let Carrie tell you a little about herself:
Hi, I'm Carrie, a Minnesota girl, wife to my high-school sweetheart, and mama to a rainbow baby, Zae, and two fur-babies. I'm a stay at home mom with health issues and scrapping is my therapy. Plus it combines my favorite things: photography, crafting and creativity, writing--and Zae! I don't really have a style I claim as my own: as a gemini, my interests and favorite things are constantly changing. But with so many possibilities, why choose just one?
So...are you ready for some serious inspiration?
Here's how Carrie rocked the Case File:
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- Gingham or plaid
- Speech bubbles
- Food-inspired items
- something curly or loopy
- something transparent
- Topic: Document something about a meal.
- Prompt Idea: Be inspired by Three Word Wednesday. Use one of this week’s words, or feel free to hop around the site and be inspired by past words.
- Presentation: Use speech bubbles to hold your journaling.
- Writing Format: Write your journaling in the form of an invitation.
- Inspiration Words: yummy, friends, outside--use these as inspiration for your journaling, not just as a title.