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Discussion in 'MOC 2021 Challenges' started by bellbird, Jan 16, 2021.
a doodle a day... uses up all my ink
1-16-21 - USING DOODLE ART
I used the required doodles (at least 4), added the following elements on top:
2 clouds on top of the rain drops, 2 flowers on the flower doodles and 2 hearts on the border on the bottom.
This is a photo of Shelby...she wanted one more maternity shoot and we did that on 1-14-21. It was cloudy, cold, windy and rainy off and on. Her hubby and I did the photos alternating between us and this is one I captured - the city in the background is our downtown area in KC, MO. We took this photo from our famous landmark, The Scout.
I used no template and paper and elements out of V. Wibbens, When Skies are Gray.
this was so much FUN! thank you for the challenge Justine and the amazing doodles Val! Love!
Oh, this really was a hard one! I loved the challenge, I hated the first layout I made. But went back to the drawing board and it this was what I got instead!
Thank you for the fun challenge and thank you, Little Butterfly Wings for the awesome doodles! It's been almost a year since my last layout. Now I've forgotten how to do everything again so I made it simple. I don't use doodles much but this was fun.
here's my take :
Thanks for this challenge!
Thanks for the challenge! This was a "tough" one for me- the trickiest part was trying to decide what kind of a picture I wanted to scrap with those doodles!
I LOVED your rainbow mandala and thought it would work with the combination with these pics and the journal card!
I have to say this was very hard, I didn't have any inspiration at first. But then I started playing around and it turned out awesome....featuring the lyrics of a favorite song:
I used the quarter flower doodle as the sun setting in the lower corner on my page, with paper clipped to it and added a shadow so it looks like a diecut. I added one of the vine doodles. I used two of the border floral doodles, and placed dimensional paper hearts over a few of the hearts on the doodle. I also included two of the dot doodles as part of my background art.
Thank you for this tough, but fun challenge! I struggled to get inspired, but once I did, it just came flowing out from there! I am really pleased with the shapes of the photos, which is not a typical one for me, and the ways that I was able to get the doodles to frame the photos and the page. I also am super happy to have gotten my dots on all over the page! I usually add dots like this when I do paint night drawings, but I don't get a chance to do them digitally very often! Over all, I am very pleased with how the page turned out!
I also scrapped this in reverse order from what I usually do. I normally start with the pictures and add the rest to match. In this case, the page was nearly complete before I went looking for some photos to fit. It was a different way of going about it for me!
Thank you for the Doodles & Mandalas Elements. This was a lot of fun for me.
Thank you, Justine, for the awesome challenge, and Val for the freebie!