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  • #29276
    Cassel
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    • Superfan

    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 😉

    • one flower (for upcoming spring)
    • a row of stitching
    • a string
    • 10 circles (any size)
    • something torn
    • 3 photos
    • a date

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

    #29322
    Sue Thomas
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    • 443
    • Enthusiast

    Scavenger hunt challenge. All 5 eggs had hatched by this morning giving me my third photo. I didn’t use any scripts, although I do have them. The only flowers I have at the moment in the garden are the wild Flax, the Anemones are really late this year.  For the main photo of the male Robin, I duplicated the photo,  used the  instant effects on the one, smart selection brush to select the robin, and  delete, revealing the  coloured image of the  robin  beneath.

    #29324
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1306
    • Superfan

    Sue, it is just missing the 10 circles to have all the elements from the list 😉

    #29348
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    OK … I think I have it covered.  The photos are from Unsplash.  All elements were created as I went with this one except for the flower which I had made a few weeks ago.  Thanks for takin a peek and thanks Cassel for this challenge, I love them.

    #29368
    Cristina
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    • 1056
    • Superfan

    Sue and Annie, great examples of layouts for this challenge! … I have to see if I can come up with something… there are so many elements… but will be probably fun!  🙂

    Sue, I love the family photos you made… They are so cute! <3

    #29370
    Sue Thomas
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    • 443
    • Enthusiast

    I’m sorry Carole!  🙂   hahaha.   I hadn’t read your comment until a few hours ago, seeing as I was in a stitching mood, I decided to make a stitched circle , which I  then colourized and resized.   All 10 circle accounted for!   Lovely work ladies, so  much talent.    Thank you for your kind comments. x

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Sue Thomas.
    #29377
    mireille
    Participant
    • 87
    • Junior

    This is my contribution :

    doily = old doily (2013) follow lesson Creative Scrap Miscellaneous Doilies
    torn follow Creative Scrap Photo Use Torn image
    stitche uneven follow lesson The Lab 08 module 05
    string tube twisted string from Cassel shop

    date stamp (freebie Cassel)

    leaf, flower, background = freebies

    tag torn by myself.

    Annie, Sue great creations.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by mireille.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by mireille.
    #29381
    Cassel
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    • 1306
    • Superfan

    Annie, Sue and Mireille. Wow! I didn’t think this challenge would be so inspiring to you so quickly!

    #29390
    Marlene Lingham
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    What great layouts to inspire us all, they are fantastic.

    I must say the 10 circles were a bit of a challenge but I got there in the end. The photos are ones we took at the sanctuary last year, the date stamp is one I used for the Travel Challenge with updated information. The torn map of the sanctuary is about what mine looked like after being in pocket all day – I used a picture of torn/folded paper and deleted the missing bits on my picture. The stitched border is one from my stash, the string holding the letters is Cassel’s string tube. The frangipani and letter buttons were done using the Balls & Bubbles effect in PSP, very simple way of making glass buttons.

    I think I got everything!

    #29398
    Michele
    Participant
    • 888
    • Superfan

    Sue, the circles are a nice addition to your original page. How did you create them? One of Cassel’s wonderful scripts?

    Mirelle, I just love purples!

    Marlene, Very clever solution for the circles!

    ~ Michele

    #29399
    mireille
    Participant
    • 87
    • Junior

    Hi Michele

    I think they are ellipses (tool shapes) but Sue will answer you better than me. Thank you for your comment.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by mireille.
    #29402
    Sue Thomas
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    • 443
    • Enthusiast

    Michele,    I used the ellipse tool,  change it to a circle.  I used the  Creating a stitched element tutorial.   I used the same tutorial to create the stitching on the word Robin too.  For the circle I used the selection tool to take out the centre, but I should have  made the hole much bigger, as to me the circles look a bit heavy and chunky for the  project, none the less,  I was pleased  with the stitching effect.  Thank you for your kind comment.

    #29404
    mireille
    Participant
    • 87
    • Junior

    Sue, don’t blame me for my intervention. To make it simpler and a single handling at the time of the design, just use the ellipse shape tool (vector), see the example and influence more or less on the thickness of the line. I think you know that, too.

     

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by mireille.
    #29408
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Thanks, Cristina, I always appreciate your comments, my friend. <3

    #29409
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Lovely photos, Sue, and beautifully displayed in this project … well done. <3

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Annie Tobin.
    #29411
    Annie Tobin
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    • Superfan

    I love your result Mireille, terrific color combination for a very pleasing display. <3

    #29412
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Thanks, Cassel … I do love these type of challenges! <3

    #29413
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Clever idea for the circles Marlene and your end result is very effective, well done! <3

    #29415
    Sue Thomas
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    • 443
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    Thank you Mireille,  I could have gone with just a stroke, and no fill.  What I should have done was to take out a much larger hole,  which I could still do.   The tutorial calls for a stroke on a separate layer, which I didn’t  do.

    #29432
    mireille
    Participant
    • 87
    • Junior

    Hi Annie. Thanks  for your comment.

    #29437
    Michele
    Participant
    • 888
    • Superfan

    Thanks, Sue. Just one more tutorial I need to watch. But at least I know which one to look for now.

    ~Michele

    #29454
    AprilDawn
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    • 781
    • Superfan

    hello Sue, Annie, Mireille and Marlene ……a real pleasure to come and see how each of you have created your pages. they all look great….  well done.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #29456
    AprilDawn
    Participant
    • 781
    • Superfan

    here is my effort for this challenge…. i have used Cass Lace tube ,Date stamp 5 script ,Torn edge script and String tube. Psp stitch tube ,Flower tube and  a leaf tube. for the circles i used MuraMeister Copies encircle plugin on the lace tube. the 3 photos were taken by my inlaws when they did a road trip to Western Australia for their holidays.

    Dawn.

    #29468
    Wanda (Sue) McGuire
    Participant
    • 103
    • Junior

    Great work by everyone.  I have been too busy with storms to do anything but decided I would play a bit today.  I just tried to make it all with my own stuff

    #29469
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    I do love your result, Dawn, simple and effective, well done my friend. <3

    #29475
    Michele
    Participant
    • 888
    • Superfan

    Dawn, your creativity never ceases to surprise me. I know your in-laws will love this.

    Sue, I just love how you created a peek-a-boo and made it look like a scroll (to me anyway). Nicely done.

    ~ Michele

    #29476
    mireille
    Participant
    • 87
    • Junior

    April, Wanda I love your very nice presentations.

    Wanda, good idea of the torn paper like a parchment and the use of the string link photos.

    Dawn, your photos are highlighted by this original frame.

    #29478
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1056
    • Superfan

    Mireille, beautiful layout and colors.

    Marlene, what a good idea to use the Balls and Bubbles… the result is great.

    Dawn, what a lovely layout and the photos are beautiful… I am so glad to see you here, my friend. 🙂 Best wishes to you <3

    Wanda (Sue), great idea to use the corner punches to have the 10 circles… I love how you used the interlacing technique on the photos… I have to remember this one. 🙂

    All the layouts, since the first one, are amazing and so creative… I really get inspired by everyone here. Great work, ladies!

     

    #29480
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1056
    • Superfan

    Here is my contribution to this challenge.

    The background paper –prairie-solid4– is a freebie from Tracy King.

    Cassel: Date Stamp5 Script —  Torn Edge Script — String Tube — Wood Letters Script — Word Stickers (Lab9-Module05) and Chain (Creative Scrap>Miscellaneous>Chain

    #29481
    mireille
    Participant
    • 87
    • Junior

    Thank you Cristina, I also love your layout using several techniques.

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