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PLEASE NOTE! Although this is in the digiscrap threads, anyone is welcome to play--whether they're a digi, paper or hybrid scrapper.
PROGRESSIVE CHALLENGE #5 – TASK 4-FINAL (OCT.2012)
We’ll just add some finishing touches this week. I see that many of you have already added some of the things I had in store this week, so if you have, just do the tasks that remain for you.
Add a title anywhere on your page.
Add a tag or bookplate with the date or put something else on the tag—you choose.
Add any other finishing embellishments and touches, including drop shadows.
That’s it—your page is complete!! Hope you had fun!
- Remember to first save your page in its original version to maintain your layers in case you ever want to make changes or update it.
- Save your page for the web as a .jpg (600x600 or less) & upload to the Challenge 5-Task 4-FINAL Gallery (add keywords DGSCPR005Task4 and SBC12OCT) when you upload. Please also post a link to this week’s work in this thread.
So I got them done last night, let them 'sit', and they're in the gallery.
It was interesting doing two projects at the same time - they were so different, yet things I learned from one showed up in the next one!
I 'cheated' on the Loreen layout ... I didn't add a tag. I couldn't find a place to put it where I liked it. I tried for an hour. So I decided that it was more important to have a layout I loved than to make sure I got all the challenge details. (sorry Wendy!) So, it's pretty much the same as Task 3, with a title added. (even deciding on that took an hour!)
Besides, I don't know when the photo was taken ... late thirties, early forties?
The Loreen layout turned into a labour of love ... and would never have happened without this challenge. Dh and my kids are all fairly artistic ... and they like it. I get all 'mushy' when I look at it.
Thank you so much Wendy for these challenges! You've helped me create something precious!