31 May 2015

Cybercropping at D-lish

I love cyber cropping. There's always a challenge that brings to mind a photograph or event that needs to be scrapped.  Or a challenge that gives me an idea about how to scrap a photograph that's been taunting me.  Or just gives me a gentle nudge back to the scrap table to take some time out for myself.

I rarely manage to complete all of the challenges at a cyber crop, but it's great to have a variety of prompts.  These are the challenges I completed for the D-lish Scraps / Scrap Suite May cybercrop:

Challenge 1:  I cut my photograph into an oval shape to fit the wood veneer frame:

Bo Bunny Alora - Leaves patterned paper (reverse side)
Trinket Track wood veneer frame
FWAB Silver adhesive rhinestones
Cosmo Cricket DeLovely - Elements journal card

Challenge 3

I'm kind of fickle when it comes to scrapping 'favourites' so I chose some of the things I am loving right now ~ neutral colours, vintage book pages, learning to use stencils, using up scraps of this-and-that, making my own titles, and (always!) lots of stitching.

Bazzill Basics cardstock
Tim Holtz Rays layering stencil
MME Wild Asparagus patterned paper
Kaisercraft Enchanted Garden patterned paper
Carolee's Creations AdornIt - Tiny Black alphabet stickers
Heidi Swapp Ledger 2 journalling spot
Kraft envelope
My Memories butterfly punch
Vintage book page
Pepper Pot flair button
Alphabet stencil

Challenge 4:

I followed the sketch fairly closely but I simplified the elements because of the strong metallic colours.  I made my own title using a children's alphabet stencil:

Pink Paislee Color Wash - Shine patterned paper
MFT Mix-ables - Winged Beauties stencil
LuminArte Twinkling H2O - Indian Copper watercolour paint
Gold trim
Alphabet stencil

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