Friday, March 1, 2019

March Case Files - First Reveal - Deadline: March 31, 2019

Happy March! At CSI a new month brings all kinds of excitement! Besides our three new Case Files, we've got new sponsors and new guest designers.

We're thrilled with the response to the changes we made this year (in case you missed them, you can read about them here)! New this year, we'll be sharing all three of the Case Files at the beginning of the month so that you'll have the entire month to play. On the 15th, we'll be sharing inspiration from the design team and guest designers for our second Case File.

SPONSORS 

This month, we have eight generous sponsors. Click here to read more about our sponsors and the prizes they are donating. Winners will be selected randomly from all of our players, with a few exceptions where sponsors have asked us to choose from certain geographic regions.




CASE FILES 

We present our February Case Files. Traditional clues can be found at the bottom of this blog post.

Case File No. 275 celebrates National Words Matter Week with this delightful scene from Mi Casa no es de Munecas.


With the March winds blowing, Case File No. 276 celebrates National Kite Month with this adorable Scene found at Pepper Lu's etsy shop.

The Scene from our awesome March Cold Case was found on the Urban Comfort blog.




The traditional CSI clues can be found on our Facebook page in the first entry under the album. Just click on the Case File images above. They are also posted at the bottom of this reveal.



To submit your layouts, click on the Case Files above, which will bring you to the individual albums in our Facebook group.




GUEST DESIGNERS

We are so honored to have the Scrapmatts and Bramble Fox design teams serving as Guest Detectives this month! You are sure to be inspired by their work!

We are also thrilled to announce the return of Special Investigators! This month, a long-time, faithful player, Gunilla Rudander, was chosen to guest design. Here's a little about Gunilla:


My name is Gunilla Rudander, 53 years old, living with my family in Sweden. I started to scrap about 12 years ago. Currently I mix layouts with Project Life, because of my love for documentation and many photos. I like the clean style, but I also want a lot of details at the same time -which could be a challenge! But that's why I love CSI so much as I get some help with the fantasy and inspiration to use both new and old stuff.



INSPIRATION 

And now, are you ready for some serious inspiration? Here's what our design team and guest designers created with Case File No. 275. We will share their creations for Case File No. 276 on the 15th, and the Cold Case reveal will happen somewhere in between.


Special Investigator Gunilla rocked the Case File:


How Gunilla solved the Case:

I was inspired by all frames, and used all colors. The testimony was to document my hobby and frame the journaling. The evidence I followed was, floral pattern, polka dots, text print, light bulb, washi tape, a little sunburst, filmstrip, frames, watercolor, cup,and also used my sewing machine

The fabulous Tania Ridgwell from Scrapmatts expertly solved the Case File:


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The talented Bramble Fox designers cracked the Case like this:

And the CSI design team masterfully cracked the Case. We'll share how they solved the Case on Facebook.

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CASE FILE CLUES 

Choose as many or as few as you are inspired to use! Testimony links can be found on our Facebook Page.




We trust we've provided enough clues for you to solve the Cases! You have until Sunday, March 31, 2019, to solve this case. We can't wait to see what you'll create!


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