Saturday, March 17, 2007

The things I do for paper

I’ve been scrapping all day long. My on-line design team has been hosting an on-line scrap and I am participating for fun and prizes.
There are about a dozen challenges up right now. But I have figured out how to combine more than one challenge in each layout in order to get more points.
Here are some examples:

I misunderstood the challenge here. I was supposed to take a photo from a different angle. But as I had already taken the photo on Wednesday, I scrapped it into a page.

Here I was supposed to use some bad photos. I photo copied a page from my journal shortly after Adam's 1st birthday. I kind of like the way it turned out.

ON this one I had to use three photos, a K in the title, and some red.
I also had to alter (as in doodle on) the photo.
My third challenge was to use something from the hardware store. Dig the dry wall tape.
It's not my best work, but if I get goodies from the deal I’m okay with it.
On this one I had to be "inspired" by the ad for one challenge.
Use items from a shopping list of goodies for the second challenge. (I chose brads, striped paper and a green and blue color scheme)
I also did the journaling for another challenge.


wyo sis said...

Amazing. I am in awe. Where does this come from? I cannot contemplate scrapbooking without having a brain freeze. My poor brain is limited to the conventional and boring. I love that you do this and that occasionally I get the results in the form of a page for A.

Karen said...

I wouldn't say the makeing 3D paper animal scupltures is "conventional and boring" but what do I know ;-P

Anonymous said...

Great work

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