Thursday, September 19, 2013

Gimme a Copy–The art of the Scraplift

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I was looking forward to seeing the layouts that were created from the design from this challenge which is based on an advertisement

here is the advert

and here is the  quick click based on the design which is in the store now


My layout was based on a floral theme with photos of flowers I had taken at Longwood Gardens when I visited there in April


Carla used some holiday photos from a beach trip . I really like how she used the smaller photos as highlight photos


I love how Dawn-in-NZ used the top photo as a historic photo and the smaller photos as the current scene in the area – and used the larger bottom square for journalling. I will have to copy this idea myself



Smikeel flipped the template to fit better with her wonderful photos of tropical Maui


Tbear had another take on the inspiration – using the smaller photo spots for journalling



Webfrau created a scenic layout with her version – I like how she faded out the bottom photo for journalling



MandyT has some great photos of Pandas to show off in her layout – I Like how she used the bottom photo area for title and journalling



Hanapassion created a lovely holiday page filling all the spots with photos in this layout



Moog25 created a totally different style of layout by just using the 3 accent photo spots and provided a wonderful layout in the process


Sandygb has some wonderful nature photos scrapped in her layout which takes a really clean graphic approach



I love the choice of paper and elements in this layout by jmnodwell who chose to use the 3 small photo holes as paper accents


Last but not least ManyFeathers turned her layout into a 2 page  many photo version


The winner of the free product for this challenge was Sandygb – you could win by entering the next round of GImme a copy which is up now

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