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  • #14232

    Cassel
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    This week, let’s try something … different.

    Today, I will list 10 elements or characteristics of elements that you have to incorporate into your project. Maybe you can’t get them all? No problem. Try to include as many as you can. And when you post your project, tell us which ones you used.

    Ready?

    For this challenge find items from the list to complete your layout:

    Something from the store blog (any freebie).
    Something black.
    Something round.
    Something with a number.
    Something attached to something else.
    Something with a hole.
    Something that starts with the letter ‘T’.
    Something lifted from the paper.
    Something you made from scratch.
    Something made of wood.

    Go!

    #14234

    Cassel
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    Just testing

    #14242

    Anja Pelzer
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    pictures my own, font Elephant on cherrytrees, forget to notice the date font

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  Anja Pelzer.
    #14245

    Cassel
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    Anja, to help us identify all the elements you managed to incorporate in the layout, can you list the elements you used, like this:

    Something from the store blog (any freebie).
    Something black. – the title
    Something round. – the photos 
    Something with a number. – the date
    Something attached to something else.
    Something with a hole.
    Something that starts with the letter ‘T’.
    Something lifted from the paper.
    Something you made from scratch.
    Something made of wood.

    #14246

    Anja Pelzer
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    Something from the store blog (any freebie).
    Something black.
    Something round.
    Something with a number.
    Something attached to something else.
    Something with a hole.
    Something that starts with the letter ‘T’.
    Something lifted from the paper.
    Something you made from scratch.
    Something made of wood.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  Cassel.
    #14247

    Anja Pelzer
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    I tried a few times now  to copy and paste the list , but every time it shows up like my post

    #14248

    Cassel
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    Maybe you will need to type it manually. 🙁

    It seems like the copying is also copying all the formatting info. Let me see if i can do it for you.

    #14264

    AprilDawn
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    Here is my contribution to this challenge ……as I did not have a nice photo of the Wattle I used one from Pixabay.

    Something from the store blog (any freebie)…used Cassels Ladybug Bead Art.
    Something black……..Title- Golden Wattle
    Something round….. Australia Map
    Something with a number…… the Date at bottom.
    Something attached to something else…… Tag and String.
    Something with a hole….Eyelet at top of page.
    Something that starts with the letter ‘T’……used a “Tree” brush in the background.
    Something lifted from the paper…… notepaper with text on it
    Something you made from scratch….. I made a Mask and used it on the Wattle photo.
    Something made of wood…. used Cassel’s script to make a Wooden fence

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  AprilDawn.
    #14267

    Sheila Hogg
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    Great work Anja and Dawn. I will get my bum in gear soon and do something but feel sooooooooooo tired today. Will wake up in a bit.

     

    Sheila xx

    #14284

    Cristina Hanlon
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    Anja and Dawn, both beautiful pages!

    Anja, I love the texture and color of the background and the elements you added. Dawn,

    Dawn, I also love the texture and color of the background. The mask, elements, details…

    Like I explained in another post, I have been away for a couple of days, so I am behind with the challenges, and will try to catch up asap.

    Cassel, what a great challenge!

    #14292

    AprilDawn
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    Cristina , Thank you for your comment on my page. This challenge was a bit more challenging than usual… to come up with a theme for our page and then have 10 specific elements in it…. but I thought it was a good exercise for the brain and I enjoy that.

    Sheila, Thank you also for your comment.

    Anja.. you did a nice page.. like your colour scheme.

    best wishes to you all,

    Dawn.

    #14310

    Marlene Lingham
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    Beautiful pages Anja and Dawn. For my take on this challenge I ended up doing a sort of fantasy page. The sky background was from a paper, the grass, dirt and trees were done with picture tubes. I used elements from various sets I have – the wellies were originally patterned and I reduced the brightness to make them black. I had trouble with the shadows though, they didn’t look right, so in the end I didn’t do any – I will have to revisit Cassel’s tutorials and see if I can find anything to help me.

    Something from the Store Blog – the engraved rocks.
    Something black – the wellies.
    Something round – the wreath
    Something with a number – the sign
    Something attached to something else – the wreath, the ivy.
    Something with a hole – the chain on the sign, the flower pot
    Something that starts with the letter T – the trellis and trees
    Something lifted from the paper – the Lobelia tag
    Something I made from scratch – the sign (I used preset shapes and Cassel’s engraving tut) and of course most of the background
    Something made of wood – the wheelbarrow

    This was a very interesting challenge, certainly made me think!

     

     

    #14318

    AprilDawn
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    Hello Marlene, a nice creative page. you have made great use of the picture tubes. . they come in handy from time to time don’t they to help create scenes like you have done or just adding an element…. it is amazing really what you can do with them…. I agree with you that this was an interesting challenge , it certainly got my brain ticking over for ideas.. but that is what challenges are all about isn’t it… and is part of the fun.

    Dawn.

    #14360

    Cristina Hanlon
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    Marlene, like Dawn said, very nice and creative page! I am sure you had fun doing it. And I agree with both of you, this is a very interesting challenge,

    #14363

    Cristina Hanlon
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    This is my contribution to this challenge. For the papers, I used eyeinspire-country roads freebie. Another freebie is the skipped cross stitch from Sheila Reid.

    I used three different types of fonts: 2Pea Gone Postal, Andalus and Khmer UI. Also used cass-EdgeMagic free Script (photos) and cass-2016 Calendar Challenge Alphas-08

    1- Something from the store blog (any freebie)———– cass-Notebook-LoosePage1

    2- Something black ————- Silhouette

    3- Something round ———— Button and Buttonized Photo

    4- Something with a number ————- Part of the Journaling

    5- Something attached to something else ———- Staple to the loose page

    6- Something with a hole ————– Button and Leather Tag

    7- Something that starts with letter T ———— word Time

    8- Something lifted from the paper ————- Map (I used cass-Lifted Photo script)

    9- Something made from scratch —————– (Button, Leather Tag, Staple – Cassel’s tutorials)

    10- Something made of wood ———– Button

    I had fun doing this page… having to think how to accommodate so many elements!

     

    #14365

    Cristina Hanlon
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    This is the page again with higher resolution… maybe be better to read the journaling

    #14368

    AprilDawn
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    Hi Cristina, a great page and beautiful photos, lovely scenery… looks like a nice place to visit. I must get Cassel’s free edge magic script  it creates a very nice effect on the photos…. and the button effect on the silhouette photo looks great… I know we all say it, but I love the way we can share ideas with each other… to inspire and encourage.

    Dawn.

    #14373

    Marlene Lingham
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    Love the page Cristina, especially the way you used the photos to almost be a panorama. Cassel’s tutorials are so easy to follow, I can almost feel artistic!

    #14380

    Sheila Hogg
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    Great page and photos Christina.

     

    Sheila x

    #14386

    Cristina Hanlon
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    Dawn, Marlene, and Sheila thanks for the encouragement and comments.

    Dawn, although I had had the edge magic script for a while, only when I saw Anja Pelzer using it in a photo (what I thought was a great idea), I began to use. Hats off to her. 🙂 I love to see every work that is posted here… I learn and am inspired by them.

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