January 29: Paper to Digi

Discussion in 'MOC 2019 Challenges' started by sucali, Jan 29, 2019.

  1. Electra

    Electra Junk collector or treasure seeker? You decide

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    Gosh, I hope I did not do something terrible-I had a photo I took of a LO I wanted to scraplift for this challenge and I couldn't figure out how to get it in here, except by putting it in the gallery. If there is another way, please tell me-I really don't want to break any rules!
    Here it is:
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    And here is my digi version:
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  2. caapmun

    caapmun Well-Known Member

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  3. AliSarah

    AliSarah Oh great. Now I have pixie dust in my hair!

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  4. ForellaP

    ForellaP Crammed in the corner with all my crafts

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  5. merank

    merank Working my way through scrumdiddlyumptious bars

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    Here's mine:
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    I lifted this paper layout:
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  6. Chippi

    Chippi Those chicken nuggets are just waiting to attack

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    Thanks for the challenge! There are some amazing paper to digi pages in this thread, wowsers!

    This is the absolutely gorgeous page I found to scraplift
    https://www.cocoavanilla.com.au/this-bohemian-dream-missy-whidden/
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    And here is mine. It is flipped and doesn't have the intricate circle die cut, but I did try my best to make it look real.

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  7. mirjam

    mirjam mirjam

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    This was fun!!!
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    I lifted this page by janine langer
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  8. Jems

    Jems Well-Known Member

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  9. silent ranks

    silent ranks Don't forget to turn back around

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  10. Ferdy

    Ferdy No.More.Chaps.and. Leathers!

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  11. chloe_digiscrap

    chloe_digiscrap Well-Known Member

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    I used stamp actions and distressing brushes to get the look of real stamping, as well as the curve effect (I think that's what it's called in English...) to make the lines less perfect. I also made sure to never align anything perfectly to keep the "real" feel of a paper LO. That was fun! Oh, and here's the page I lifted.
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  12. QuiltyMom

    QuiltyMom Practically Perfect in Every Way

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    Oh, I loved this challenge! I've had this page by Ali Edwards saved on Pinterest for a while, so I was thrilled to finally get around to doing something with it. I loved the white background, the large photo that blends into the background, and the paper boxes on top, some of which I turned and added photos to. I love how it turned out!

    Ali Edward's page (linked):
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    And my page:
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  13. MiekSter

    MiekSter We only regret the chances we didn't take

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    I lifted this page
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    here's mine
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  14. fruitysuet

    fruitysuet Well-Known Member

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  15. julianz

    julianz Well-Known Member

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    For January 2019 MOC Day 29: paper to digi challenge.
    Scraplift of layout by Elsie Flannagan from her book 52 Scrapbooking Challenges
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    I was inspired by the way the ribbons ran off the edges of the page so tried to create a similar look within the digi page.
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    Products used:
    Of wishes hopes & dreams by Lilypad Collabs
    Coco by Lynn Grieveson
    Sew Happy by Kristin Aagard
    We have chemistry by Bella Gypsy
    Bristol by Lynn Grieveson
    Valencia by Lynn Grieveson
    Oli and Phaunt by Tangie Baxter
    Wrapstar by One little bird and Forever Joy
    Venice Beach by Lynn Grieveson
    Mad Scientist by Bella Gypsy
    Paia by Lynn Grieveson
    Storyteller Kit March 2017 by Just Jamie
     
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    rach3975 Well-Known Member

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  17. Bebimora

    Bebimora Active Member

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    I'm quite surprised myself that this was the MOC 7 layout I had most fun creating so far.
    It did take me a whole day to find all the bits and bobs in my stash and piece it together,
    but I think I did a pretty darn good job finding them all.
    As for a MOC layout it was stressful since I'm a bit behind and have a bunch to do before
    the deadline ( I so far avoided all journaling ones, quz I hate those). BUT I will definitely
    come back to this technique and try it again on my own time.

    Here is mine:
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    For inspiration I found this:
    Family - Crate Paper GD By: Floramfarkas
    https://www.scrapbook.com/gallery/cache/104/1041789/ffm_family_0.jpg
     
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  18. zanthia

    zanthia CT - Kate Hadfield

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  19. janedee

    janedee I like to play with really old stuff

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  20. garrynkim

    garrynkim Well-Known Member

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