Michelle and I are busily working on challenges three and four for ADSR 6. While, we are working hard to finish our layouts. I wanted to come share with you the layouts we created for Challenge Two.
Challenge Two was hosted by Scrappity-Do-Dah. This challenge had a few more requirements than the first one. Here is what was required of our layouts.
1. Choose two background papers, one for the very back and one for the front layer. Re-size the front paper so that the back paper shows through. Either have the front paper the same size smaller all around or rotate the front paper so the back paper shows through.
2.Choose one photo for your LO and crop it to a 3″ by 3″ image or about a 900 pixels by 900 pixels image. Place this either in the center of the page or somewhat off the center if you choose.
3. Use your shape tool to add at least three shapes of ANY shape above your front paper layer
as in a flower, a star, a circle, square or heart or any other shape you wish. Select the shape on the shape layer with your magic wand tool and delete from the front paper layer to show your background paper layer underneath in the shapes you cut out. Make sure to add a good shadow to this front paper layer to see the cutouts.
4. Journal about someone in your family that is an inspiration to you. It May be someone who gave you good advice or someone you look up to. Journal between 25 and 50 words about this family member.
5. Cluster around your photo and on your page to complete the LO. Add shadowing and a title, with or without an alpha. Adding a date if you choose to.
Now that you know the requirements for the challenge, here are the layouts that Michelle and I created.
We found this challenge almost as hard as the first one. But I think the final results turned out great!!
I’ll be back next week to share our layouts for challenges three and four. Until then, make sure you don’t forget to take pictures.