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Discussion in 'February 2016 Challenges' started by ashleywb, Jan 30, 2016.
I chose the January 30th-Simple Template (Template Challenge) from MOC.
I chose the paper to digi challenge (paper cut out) from Jan 27.
I chose January 19: Clean & Simple
I decided I wanted to do more for the January 26 Year in Review Challenge so I made another two page spread and I tied them together. More details in my gallery description.
I used MOC From paper to digi:
I didn't love the Photo Challenge "from where I stand" or my clean & simple, so I combined them.
i didn't love my original page (it was just get it done in the end) but i loved this design concept so i repeated the Jan 15 repeated element challenge - there's 10 shell elements on there
I tried my hand at Art Journal again. I figure if I keep trying it I will eventually get better at it.
I decided to lift Tronesia again
I lifted this page:
Here is my page:
I hadn't finished many which meant I had lots to choose from, sigh.
In the end I went for Amanda's Day 8 challenge - one word/ journalling challenge
Did the paper to digi challenge again...loved it!!
I love doing double pages but I rarely use one big photo and then a bunch of little ones like the MOC challenge did. I love the result of that so I did the double page challenge again.
I chose to re-do the technique challenge of changing the leading on my journaling.
Well this is the perfect challenge as I can do the right side of my January recap.
I have taken pleasure of doing photoless layouts lately... So that's the one I chose for my redo.
T-O-D-A-Y by loridigi posted Feb 16, 2016 at 10:00 PM
I redid the MOC4 Day 19 Style Challenge (Clean & Simple). I wanted to try that challenge again since I don't use that design style very often.
I chose the MOC 12 - template challenge = embellished template
I chose JANUARY 10: Extraction with a Twist (Technique Challenge)
Using Gimp, I managed the cut out bit fairly well. Learned a totally new thing using Stroke. The addition of a drop shadow occurred but it was really wimpy and I couldn't seem to fix it. When frustration hit, I quit and boosted the effect with Scrapbook Max's shadow adder. (something I'd never adjusted before)
I had another go at the Paper to Digi Challenge - I love those cutouts!
I've chosen MOC day #27 paper to digi because I love cut