March SCAVENGER HUNT Challenge

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  • #54947
    Cassel
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    I am offering you a scavenger hunt where you have to find some elements and combine them to create a layout or a project. Are you up to the challenge? Although you don’t have to create those elements, you also have that option, so either you use what you have downloaded or you can still make them from scratch. Your end result must include ALL of those elements ;). I added some links to tutorials (only accessible to our DIAMOND members) but you can also use elements created from scripts.

    • striped paper (that should be easy enough without a tutorial!)
    • folded edge (tutorial here )
    • stamped text (tutorial here)
    • chain stitching (tutorial here)
    • sand (tutorial here)

    You can choose any theme you want, so what will you create with those elements?

    #54951
    Sue Thomas
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    Oh goodie, I love the scavenger hunts.

    #54990
    Marie-Claire
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    Hello everybody,
    I’ve tried it. The shadows are not so correct I think, and the background is the sand, but it is not very good either.

    #55112
    Ann Seeber
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    Oh, I like these scavenger hunts! I’ll try one after I do the latest Bootcamp assignment “Friendship.” Here’s the two scavenger hunts I did last year.

    #55241
    Annie Tobin
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    Hello Scrapbook Campers.  This is my take on the scavenger hunt challenge.  It was fun to do and I think I shall have another go.  Thanks for takin a peek.  (the font used for the title is Cocktails)

    Marie-Claire you have done a lovely job my friend.

    #55271
    Lynda DiGregor
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    #55273
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Marie Claire,

    I like the choice of a white shadow on the word WINDY. Very appropriate. Nice job and I’m sure in a larger size the sand is discernible.

    #55274
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Anne and Annie, Nice work as usual

    #55285
    Sue Thomas
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    Here is  my scavenger hunt page.  I aged the one photo, using sepia, although both photos were taken yesterday morning.  I used a blur and  lowered the opacity of the  striped paper, which I created,  as the colours were to bold for the  LO. I have  a couple of old papers which I aged a bit more, added the  folded edge.  I even created a crease in the  photos, and dog eared  one corner.  Sand text, with some loose sand  around it.  I didn’t quite know  what to do with the  chain stitching.  I had created the  stitch years ago, all I had to do was  select it in the brushes.

    #55307
    Annie Tobin
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    Terrific use of colours with this one Lynda … bright and happy … kinda makes ya wanna sit on a deck sipping cocktails! It does look a beautiful place Lynda and the photo of the lighthouse is lovely. Enjoyed perusing and thanks for your kind words on my page. ;D

    #55309
    Annie Tobin
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    Beautiful work Sue. The canadian goose is a beautiful bird. I do appreciate your aged folded edge paper … it really gives a nice touch. Well put together my friend. ;D

    #55313
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you ever so much Annie for you kind comment.  I can’t keep up, as every time I visit the forum it’s a hive of activity. So many fabulous, unique creative pages being posted.  Winter is slowly moving away, making way for Spring,  which means I’m out more than I’m in.  Nice to catch up with you.  Take care, keep up the fabulous work and happy psping.

    #55314
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Very nice Sue….Love those Canada Geese.. I see you still have ice on the lake. Our’s is all gone and I am not sad about that at all. 😀

    #55319
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you ever so much Lynda.   It will be  another month before the lake is free of ice, if not longer.

    #55322
    Annie Tobin
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    Dear Sue, you are very welcome my friend. You are into Spring and we are into Autumn and a very wet one it is. I am grateful that I live in the South Burnett region of Queensland as the areas to the south of us are trying to cope with unprecedented floods. Our planet is really giving voice to her lack of appreciation for our abuse of her. That is the way of it. History repeats itself over and over … when will we ever learn. The best we can do is give her love and appreciation for the beauty that she readily showers upon us! ;D

    #55325
    Annie Tobin
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    One more for the scavenger hunt challenge.  Again I had fun creating for this challenge.  Font used for the title is Moteefe.  I really enjoy overlaying images that fit in with the theme.  I followed the mangrove ecosystem food web to locate appropriate images and then reduced the saturation to grayscale and eliminated white.  I had to do this in PSP17 because the plugin will not work in 2021.  The photos are from an Australian tourism site and are pictures of mangroves in Queensland – left is sunrise and right is sunset.  Thanks for takin a peek my friends.  😉

    #55326
    Cristina
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    Marie-Claire, this is a great layout, and I love your photos!

    Ann, both of your layouts are lovely!

    Annie, what a creative and fun layout. I love it!

    Lynda, I love the colors and the photos…Great layout!

    Sue, beautiful layout as always… I am a big fan of your photos!

     

     

    #55328
    Ann Seeber
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    Just to set the record straight, the layouts I posted are from last year. Still have to do my new one.. But thanks for the compliments!

    #55331
    Sue Thomas
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    Cristina,  thank you so much for your continued kind comments on the layout and photos.   I always very much appreciate them.   Hope you are well, my dear friend.

    #55368
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Cristina, always appreciate your delightful comments my friend. ;D

    #55481
    Marie-Claire
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    Thanks Annie, Lynda and Christina for the nice comments 🙂

    #55555
    Mary Solaas
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    Sue – Love your Canadian geese. Where or how do you find loose sand?

    #55556
    Sue Thomas
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    Mary, thank you for the kind comment on the goose page.  You’ll find a sand picture tube in tubes, which comes with PSP. I created a sand brush a long time ago.  There is a sand brush tut in the creative scrap, in the campus.

    #55589
    Mary Solaas
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    Thanks, Sue. It sure is great what we are learning from each other. I have yet to “help” anyone. But, hey, I will go back to the Labs and see what I can come up with. One of the things I learned from the labs is to make a tube with an element that begins small and increases in size (to a limit) before it goes back to small again. I did it with red hearts.

    #56639
    sandra jones
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    The kit I used is called ‘Enjoy the Ride” by Sexy and Hot Mama Scraps.  I used Cassels Fold edge script for the folded paper.  The font I used is called Brush King.

    The picture of Lover’s Leap came from Joey Bls blogspot.com and the picture of the sand dune and Lake Superior I took last September.  We took a girl’s weekend trip and went to the Upper Peninsula Michigan.  It was my first-time seeing Lake Superior.  To see how beautiful and colorful the rocks and sand dunes are at Painted Rock you really have to take a boat out.

    No matter how many times I watched the folded paper video I could not get my folds right.  It drove me crazy.  I just couldn’t figure out how to get the middle piece to lay right after I cut it.  It just didn’t look right which makes me thankful for Carole’s scripts.

    #56640
    Cassel
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    Sandra, the folded edge tutorial is not an easy one. It is feasible, with lots of tweaking and time. That is why I do those scripts: it makes it faster and more accurate!

    #56645
    Annie Tobin
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    Sandra, you have done a beautiful job on this page and your choice of colours is right up my alley. Love it. 😀

    #56664
    sandra jones
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    Thank you Annie!

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