Tagged: March Scavenger Hunt 2020
March 14, 2020 at 11:37 am #40384CasselKeymaster
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.
- a lined paper
- at least 2 paper flowers (here)
- some scribbled text (here)
- a shaped paperclip (here)
- at least one round photo
- a bottlecap (here)
- a sticker (here)
You can choose any theme you want, so what will you create with those elements?March 17, 2020 at 11:56 pm #40512Dorothy DonnParticipant
I used part of a Kit called Fly Boy created by Marie Stones and can be found http://www.freedigitalscrapbooking.com
All the objects for the scavanger hunt were created by me, myself and I alone. Yeppers it’s all my fault. <giggles>
Lined paper – guilty of doing it myself Scribbled text- guilty of making that too
2 paper flowers – yeppers I grew them myself Shaped paper clip – goofed and used one I made then made yours
1 round photo of a stranger – Herma collection Bottlecap – followed Cassel’s lesson
Sticker – a combo of element and planes in an old tube. Only took me three days of trial and error to finish all of this.
Cassel, one question? How do you save the things you make to use in a kit? I first saved them all as jpg then as png. When I opened them they all had a white background. I tried a gif but the quality was not good enough. I then used them all from the psp image for this one I am posting.
I feel I have learned a lot. Thanks for this challenge.March 18, 2020 at 1:26 pm #40521Karon DeyParticipant
Great jobMarch 20, 2020 at 4:34 am #40586trish williamsParticipant
nice Work Dorothy, well done, saving anything you make as an element has to be a Png, or if it is multi layered save as psp, once you save it as a jpeg you would need to extract it and then save as a png. Papers are the only things I save as a jpeg and finished projects. If you have your picture still as a psp and want to recover/save each element as a png, klk on the item / klk copy / klk paste as new image them save that element as a png. Hope this helps
All my own work, except frame from pixel scrappers, swan picture was taken in Southwold, the other swans where old stock that I made a sticker out of xMarch 20, 2020 at 2:18 pm #40623Gerry LandrethParticipant
As I work my way through scanning and archiving my mother’s picture and memento collection, I ran across a Mother’s Day card I made around 55 years ago. The note was the “cover letter.” The large flower was on the inside across from a meticulously copied poem. The smaller flower was on the back.
After saving my allowance, I gave her the statue for another Mother’s Day maybe a couple of years later.
I picked up the plaque in January. It was a random purchase to let her know she is still special. The Dr. Pepper bottle cap is there because that has always been her favorite drink, although today it is Diet Dr. Pepper.March 21, 2020 at 11:57 am #40664Art KuiperParticipant
This challenge reminded me of a school project, so I created a virtual desktop where all this things I had collected could be shown to the teacher.
Do you remember Clippy the Microsoft Office Assistant from the 1990’s that everyone loved to hate? The round picture is actually a section of a beautiful Haida carving found at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver. The sticker page I got from my grandkids.
This was a fun project. Thanks for arranging it.March 21, 2020 at 2:17 pm #40682CasselKeymaster
Those projects are great and sooooooooo different from each other. It is amazing that they all start with the same prompts. Everyone makes it unique!
Congratulations!March 21, 2020 at 8:48 pm #40697Dorothy DonnParticipant
Trish: Thank you. . I appreciate your help. 🙂
I totally love those swans of yours and your title was perfect for them tooMarch 22, 2020 at 3:53 am #40704
Dorothy, Trish, Gerry and Art … well done my friends. A delight to peruse, thank you.
This is my scavenger hunt. The photo is of my friend Jenn and myself … I was trying to suck my tummy in but it didn’t work, LOL! I used papers from a Pixel Scrapper kit and the layout by Elif Sahin … slightly modified. Thanks for takin a peek!March 27, 2020 at 9:38 pm #40943
Here it is finally…Scavenger Hunt Challenge
All parts are mine except for the leaves on the flowers…they are a tube.March 27, 2020 at 9:44 pm #40944
Very clever . Gave me a chuckleMarch 28, 2020 at 8:55 am #40946
This is just the sweetest tribute to your Mom. Nice job!April 3, 2020 at 5:52 am #41067
Hi Dorothy, Trish, Gerry, Art, Annie, and Lynda, these layouts are very creative, and they sure helped me to gather some ideas for future layouts.
Great work, Everyone!April 3, 2020 at 6:20 am #41071
I’ve been struggling for some days to come up with a layout for this challenge. Colors, templates, I’ve tried so many different things, and nothing was pleasing me. Finally, yesterday, I was able to finish it!
The template was inspired by Carole’s Quick Page
Papers: Sheila Reid – vintage papers; Marisa Lerin – Grid overlay and digital-day-paper12 . I created the Notebook Page — Creative Scrap>Tags & Journaling>Notebook Page –, and Lined Paper —Lab7-Module 09.
Paperclip: Carole’s Hold On MasterclassApril 3, 2020 at 7:57 pm #41085
Beautiful work dear Cristina! You have kept it simple and thus very effective. Although I can admire complex pages I am consistently drawn to simplicity. I like to showcase the photo/image and often times the more complex pages overwhelm what should be the focus … just my opinion … of course, LOL! <3April 4, 2020 at 5:37 am #41092
Dear Annie, thank you so much for your kind words of encouragement. I really appreciate it. <3
I tend to create pages with fewer embellishments (maybe because I don’t know what to do with them LOL ), and this was a challenge having to add all these elements. That’s why I combined the Round Photo with the Bottlecap and the Flower with the Sticker. But that’s is why is called Challenge! 🙂April 4, 2020 at 7:37 pm #41113
You are most welcome Cristina! ;D
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