It's been a while since I joined in at a cyber crop, so it was fun to try some of the challenges at Mystical Scrapbooks' January Cybercrop:
Jane's challenge ~ Use non-conventional shaped photographs
I cut my photograph into three triangles. Here are some detailed shots:
Donna's challenge ~ Use the provided sketch, and also must have some paint or 'messy stuff' and something handmade:
I turned the sketch on its side. My handmade item is the journalling tag. I used texture paste to add the stars with a stencil. In real life, this looks really cool, but it doesn't really show up clearly when photographed.
Lily Bee Design Picket Fence - Seize the Day patterned paper
Crate Paper Crush - Kelp patterned paper
Tim Holtz Stars layering stencil
American Crafts Alpha Pals - Champion Block alphabet stickers
Pebbles roller stamp
Creative Embellishments Discover Nautical flair
Tracey's challenge ~ Starting with cardstock base, draw a large X anywhere on it that
you like - it must become part
of your design. Use it as a main feature on your page. This challenge really had me thinking... and this is what I created:
I drew the X, then drew a circle, then cut out the segments and put the patterned paper and photographs behind the segments. And added stitching... of course!
I used some odd bits and pieces from my stash, including some handmade leaves left over from a project last year, and a bit of leftover trim that has been floating around on my desk for months:
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