This is my first time to participate in a challenge by The Three Muses. The challenge for the week of 16 December 2015 is “Rainbow.”
This is my entry for the challenge.
The Santa scene and the snow flake are from the free images from Dover Publications. I used the snow flake image to make a brush. The rest of the design elements were created by me. I created a pattern for the grid and created the grid pattern. I selected various squares in the grid and applied various rainbow gradients in them. I reduced the visibility of the interior grid so that the the Santa scene showed more color. I added in the outer border with a rainbow gradient at 100% opacity.
The challenge for Day 3 of Scrapaneers Second birthday Celebration is to scraplift one of their very own Peers, the gals that keep the place up and running. I chose to scraplift a page created by Katherine Hansen. I took some liberties in creating my layout. Here is what I ended with.
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Scrapaneers is two-years old. It is having a Birthday Celebration this week. This is Day 2 of the Celebration. The Challenge they have for today is to scraplift Michelle Coleman. I used Michelle’s SUMMER layout page as my starting point for my layout. Here is Michelle’s SUMMER layout.
I am going through my old photos that I scanned in from my parent’s photo albums. For this Challenge I decided to use three photos of my sister. These photos were taken in 1926 by our mother using a Kodak box camera. My sister was all dressed up for the May Day celebration at the Elementary School. She was in the First Grade. The children would dress up. They would decorate their wagons. tricycles, doll buggies, and whatevers. They would have a parade. They started from the school and went all around the block through the neighborhood. The people at home would watch the parade and all had a good time.
Here is my take on scraplifting Michelle’s SUMMER layout.
Since there are no more Texture Tuesdays with Kim Klassen, I took a few days off from adding to my blog while I thought about what I want to do on the blog. I have decided that I will show things I have done in some of the classes I have taken. So, here goes.This is an example of one of the layouts I created in a recent workshop given by Jessica Sprague. Yes, she is back! The class is called, Digital 4: Back for More!.If you would like to see more of what I did and some info on how some things were done, Continue Reading.