Only for iNSD: Suzanna @ 1


Happy International Scrapbook Day!

All day we’ll be posting tricks, tips, and ideas from both our scrapbook and planner Design Teams using our kits. We hope you’ll check back often to learn more about Cocoa Daisy from our amazing team! We’ll be throwing in a giveaway here and there, but you’ll have to check every hour because it’s going to be a surprise. 🙂

Suzanna has a fun challenge for you this hour to get your creative juices flowing.
Black and White Challenge
I often have pictures that are very similar looking but still want to incorporate into my layout as they are part of the story. One way I get around that is by converting at least one of the pictures to black and white. Black and white photos have a different “feel” to them. I think there is more emphasis on the emotion of the picture than the physical place represented. I also think you can make a busy picture less busy by converting it to black and white. My challenge to you to is create a layout with at least two pictures, one of them being black and white.
This hour’s giveaway is a copy of the Spring 2016 issue of Scrapbook and Cards Today. Please leave a comment sharing your thoughts on your must have supplies. It doesn’t have to be ten. 😉 And be sure to check out the SCT blog too, they’ve got inspiration and giveaways all day today as well! We’ll be sponsoring one of those giveaways, hint hint.
Due to increases in shipping prices, entry is limited to North American residents only. Entries will be accepted until Sunday, May 15 at 10 PM ET.


  1. Melissa

    Alpha’s, stamps, Journaling cards and patience!

  2. Carla Hundley

    Wonderful magazine
    and Happy NSD!
    Carla from Utah

  3. Mel H

    Comment I have to have thickers, my crop a dile and my glitter. B

  4. Super Stick Chick

    A Cocoadaisy kit, trimmer, pen and adhesive. What else would you need?! Thanks for the giveaway at SCT!

  5. Simone

    I really only need paper, maybe some stamps. Especially, when I have watercolors or markers on hand – titles (=letters) can easily be made from papers or stamped or drawn.


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