January 2024 Challenge

January 2024 Challenge

The first Creative Junket scrapbook challenge is what I consider to be an easy one! Simply scraplift a layout you have admired in 2023 and put a twist on it to make it new for 2024!

The inspiration for this challenge was a layout I scraplifted to make a 6x6 version for my Christmas Album. The original is a layout by Scrapycat Josefine for Cocoa Vanilla Studios. See the blog post for her layout here. 

Isn't this just beautiful! I love the clustering and how it is a bauble without being too obviously a bauble. 

I created my mini version using the same collection - Cocoa Vanilla Joyful. Check out my blog post for details on this mini layout.

This challenge is for you - whether you love scrapbooking, cardmaking, minis, journals, notebooks, or anything else! Find a layout that you love - you can even scraplift yourself! Mix it up a little and make your own version of it - rotate the page, shrink or grow the scale, switch out hearts for stars, change from 12x12 page to a journal - the possibilities are endless!

Now it's time for YOU to get creative!


A random winner will receive a $20 voucher to Creative Junket.


  1. Create a new card, layout, journal/notebook page, mini album, DIY or any paper project that is a scraplift with a twist.
  2. Post your project to your personal blog, Instagram or online gallery. Please make sure you link back directly to the challenge.
  3. Post in Creative Junket Challenge group to share your work before the 31st January 2024.
  4. You may enter as many projects as you like into our challenge each month. We do ask that at least one is a new, never seen before project and uses product primarily purchased from Creative Junket.
  5. Feel free to drop a comment on this post and share the challenges you'd like to see in the upcoming months

Get your creations posted by Wednesday, January 31st at 11:59pm NZ. Winners  will be announced on Friday, February 2nd.

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