Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Challenges' started by mommyish, Jan 4, 2017.
Yay! Finally getting caught up. I clipped a paper, added a slight bevel (my own style) and a stroke.
I blended the font with a paper, then added an inside shadow to make it look like it's cut out of the paper.
This was fun! I never think about doing stuff like this when I'm scrapping pages. I'll have to remember this for the future!
I'm an app scrapper on my phone; using PixelLab and PicsArt as my go-to apps on the Android platform; am I able to use a non tiff alpha that I have in my stash from the Lilypad store?
I Styles! This was a fun layout to create - here's how I created the title:
Title created with Letrista Script.
Clipped navy paper.
Applied Stylin' #68 - Foil by Mommyish.
Applied Stylin' #71 - Small Bevels by Mommyish.
Applied Veneer 2 shadow from Stylin' #206 - Realistic Shadows for Adobe CC by Mommyish.
Made a copy of the text layer; applied an outer stroke and set fill to 0%.
Rasterized outline and applied Stylin' #99 - Wire by Mommyish.
Applied Staple shadow to outline layer from Stylin' #206 - Realistic Shadows for Adobe CC by Mommyish.
I only use ArtStudio app on my iPad for scrapping - Font used for title Hoefler Text Black - text rasterized then duplicated three times, blending modes used and two copies used as shadow. Noise added with colours to give glitter effect.
I used Rise and Shine kit by Forever Joy Designs and changed the colour on part of the paper
Moc5, day 4, Style Chall.
An Oriental Fan
for my entry I used the preset style "Mercury" + I clipped paper to the title.
Thank you for the styles, Leah!
Jazzed up the title font with a glitter style, stroke and drop shadow:
I clipped paper to my title and added a few effects.
Used Mommyish's style freebie and clipped paper onto my rasterized font
I used the July 2016 BYOC weathered wood style on my title
I think I did this right. I created the title "Blessing of the Pets" then I added a pattern overlay, a stroke, and a shadow to it. I also did the same to the frame (- the stroke) to make it match my layout better.
Fun, fun challenge... loved playing with the styles! I ended up doing a bunch of stuff. I added a metal rim style to the 0 and papers, elements and outlines to the other numbers.
Here's mine. I used your Stylin' #96 Foil Pressed, which was perfect for my layout about my parents' Golden Wedding Anniversary celebration.
I used a style from my stash of Leah's - Puffy Sticker