August – Theme Challenge – BUILDING

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  • #14316

    Cassel
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    Since this month, we have a BUILDING theme for the blog, and there are lots of ideas to inspire you, I am challenging you to create your own layout about building something; it could be any kind of building supplies (cards, Legos, cushions, etc.)

    Are you up to it?

    #14347

    Anja Pelzer
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    here I found some photos with legobuildings made by Kai a few years ago

    I used the lego tubes and a font named Lego Blocks  thank you Carole for the legotubes

     

     

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  Anja Pelzer.
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    AprilDawn
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    Hello Anja  … Kai must have enjoyed  building with legos and you have displayed them nicely on your page. The font is a nice one also.  Thank you for showing us.

    Here is my contribution to this Challenge. When Cassel put up this month’s Theme of Building I thought to myself maybe I wouldn’t have anything for this topic. However it got me thinking about building a house and what that means. I found  a sentiment on building a house with hands and decided to do a page with that… I created the top wording.  Thank you Cassel for the Lego Picture Tubes and the heart tubes, I have changed the colours to suit the project. I have used the lego tube also for a pattern in the background. The house photo is one of our house many years ago when an extension was being built.

    Dawn.

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    Marlene Lingham
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    Nice pages Anja and Dawn, lovely colours on both of them and I love the sentiment on yours Dawn. I thought for a while, not having any building type photos, then I remembered our caravan club last year where we were randomly divided into groups and given a children’s toy to build. It was a great way to get to know other people and the ingenuity and cleverness which was shown turning bits and pieces into toys was quite remarkable. There was also a lot of rivalry, trying to see what the other groups were making, even some trying to sabotage other group’s efforts (in a nice way of course!). It ended up being a lot of fun and not only built toys but relationships as well.

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    Cristina Hanlon
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    Anja, Dawn, Marlene, lovely pages! It is so nice to come here and see all these lovely, colorful and meaningful pages. Great work.

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    Cristina Hanlon
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    As I don’t have any new photos connected to this theme, I repeated the same ones I used for the TOYS challenge in May.

    I made two papers using cass-BuildingBlocks PspTube freebie. One of them I used for the background and arrows, and I used both to create the circles.

    I used cass-RibbonFactory script to create the two ribbons and cass-CornerPunchesA brushes. I added KAagard-NovBYOC_Stitches freebies. The font is Dancing Script.

    #14524

    AprilDawn
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    Hi Cristina!…a bright and happy page you have created. great colours… your use of the tube is very effective.  especially I like the rings they make a great element , … love the effect of the corner punches also (they are one of my favourites) and I am glad you like to use them to. The photo’s are a joy to see again. Well done!

    Dawn.

    #14541

    Cristina Hanlon
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    Hi, Dawn! Thank you so much for your kind comment. I also like the rings elements (Cassel’s Basic Scrap Course). The corner punches really give a nice touch to any page. I remember that I saw a few of your projects using them and I love it. Then I remembered that I had the brushes but hadn’t used yet. 🙂 That is why is so good when we participate in the challenges, post our projects here…. we learn a lot from each other.

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