Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'MOC 2021 Challenges' started by yellowpeep, Jan 10, 2021.
This was so much FUN!
Thank you for challenging me to go out of my comfort zone, I love the result
Thanks for this fun challenge.
It was fun , Thanks for the challenge
thank you for the fun Challenge!
Thank you for the creative challenge! I played it safe with washi tapes (I washi...I even have quite the stash live).
oh my gosh! I loved this, it took me forever but forever creating time! I can deal with that!
This was fun! My son even gave me his input on this page. I used a photo my mom took of him and he's the 'l' in the title - climb.
Thanks for a really fun challenge. It stretched my imagination and got me thinking out the box.
This sounds like so much fun!!! Can't wait to get to it!
1-10-21 Title with no letters - create a title out of elements not using alphas etc.
This is Shelby (35 weeks) in our most recent snowstorm we had..she had been wanting to get some snow pics before baby is born and her wish was granted..she is modeling one of her maternity dresses in her client closet.
I used various elements out of A. Pennington Morning Person and Soco - YOLO kits.
Template modified by SWL
This stressful at first but then I had fun deciding on a word and searching for what could create my letters.
Title - Zoo (made with arrows)
I love this challenge, such fun! And you gave me an idea to do with my toddler grandchildren too!
Can the & symbol be used as an E if it looks like it?
are we allowed to take a photo of perhaps cereal spelled out to make a letter or other household items to make a word?
here's mine :
thank you for this challenge
Great question! Are you asking because you want to accent it from behind? If so, then that's fine. As long as the letters are made of elements, you can put whatever you want behind it.
Great question. I've amended my answer. As long as at least three of the letters or numbers in the title are made of elements, you can use a photo for a letter, if you want. But you can't spell out the whole title with a photograph.
Here's an example of a layout that is acceptable because she used the photo for the "L" :