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Discussion in 'MOC 2021 Challenges' started by ashleywb, Jan 28, 2021.
Oh no! I have to get my kids out of school! Challenge will have to wait!
Here is mine, 4 papers 10+ paints. I don't think I've ever made a layout using just paper and paints, so thank you for the challenge:
Perfect! Thank you!
I really love the white title! Your page is beautiful!
Wow, this was a real challenge! But I loved it!
I clipped the white background paper to the hexagon outlines and to the title.
Just papers and paints from the one collab, paper clipped to a font for a title.
This was fun, thank you for the challenge!
If I use a splat/brush with a patterned paper clipped to it, even with a picture like a bird is okay? @ashleywb
Thank you for hosting this challenge.
Thank you so MUCH for the challenge. I used almost all the papers from the kit, lol, I love how it turned out. I clipped papers to the snowflake, originally from a template, and also to the font, for my title work, here's my take, it was so much fun!. Wishing you a very beautiful day!
I went photoless:
very interesting challenge, at first I thought, oh, how can I do that and then it went by itself.
I now see so many creative ideas that I hadn't even thought of and I find it so wonderful how versatile the design options are with - actually - limited specifications.
I clipped paper onto the title
Paper clipped to font title.
1-28-21 - PAPER AND PAINT
I USED Lynn G. Nesting Papers
Template (modified to fit challenge) by SWL
More of Shelby's photoshoot in January - these are with her hubby
Thanks for this challenge.
So, my initial thought was I would like to see a differentiation between what is paint and what is paper. However, the challenge is about using limited supplies and that is a creative use of those supplies. So, yes, you can clip paper to paint.
As for the bird - is it a photograph or part of a patterned paper? If so, that is fine. If it is a bird element, then no you cannot use it.