Mayday got its start as an international distress call in 1923. It was made official in 1948. It was the idea of Frederick Mockford, who was a senior radio officer at Croydon Airport in London. He came up with the idea for “mayday" because it sounded like the French word m'aider, which means “help me."http://wonderopolis.org/wonder/what-does-mayday-mean
Well, that was interesting. May Day - the First of May - itself is often a public holiday, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere as it is associated with an ancient European Spring Festival. It marks for them the first day of Spring. For the rest of us it is often associated with International Worker's Day. So, if I marry those two ideas - we spring into work and get into trouble.......mmmmm, sounds like a normal crafting day to me......
We are of course right in the middle of Autumn
The new challenge is:
#68 Layering and Borders
TWIST use a border punch/die (or two)
Random Number Prize
Couture Creations Dies
We have some work from the wonderful Design Team to show you to get you thinking of how this might be applied.....
So, as long as there is a layer or two in there, and some type of border (either die cut or punched), you are home and hosed!
Just add your work to this LINKY
PLEASE - NO STAMPS in your work