Mixing Challenges! CKC Layout #5 & #6.

Squeezing in another two layouts before the October Counterfeit Kit Club challenge ends. These two layouts were made during Anna’s Craft Cupboard ‘Old School’ Cyber Crop last weekend. The first one was an ‘English’ (school subject)challenge in which you needed to include a story/text. I used products from my CKC kit to make the layout. The photos in the layout are of me and hubby trying to take a nice selfie, you can tell we haven’t quite mastered the technique. Because, the photos were poor quality, taken in a dark corner with very little light and on my iPad, I tried to edit them and fix the colour/light. I managed to get a better image but they are grainy (you can see in the close-up, above). This is why I went with small photos and used a piece of textured vellum over the larger, main photo. Plain vellum can sometimes hide and enhance a poor quality photo, in this case, the textured vellum masked the graininess and anyone viewing it would think I was trying to be creative with my embellishment. Shhhhh, don’t tell them!IMG_4203

The next was for a blind layout challenge. If you haven’t tried one of these, they are a lot of fun! One of the design members from ACC, this time the very talented Rikki Graziani, releases each process step by step (line by line), you have no image to work from just text. It can be very challenging. Unfortunately, this time I had family visiting and wasn’t able to participate live online but managed to give it a go later in the weekend. I copied all Rikki’s instructions from the FB Community page and printed them out before I started. This made it a whole lot easier than having to wade through mountains of comments (live online). The papers and products were from my CKC and worked very well with my photos. I also made a pocket page, as I had a lot more photos of this event.

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2 thoughts on “Mixing Challenges! CKC Layout #5 & #6.

  1. Leanne: both scrap layouts are fabulous!! It’s terrific that you took time to capture just you and your hubby for a layout. Many parents focus so much on their kids that years go by without getting pics of the two together that started it all. Vellum over your focal photo in your ‘us’ layout creates a cool effect! And the 2nd layout for the ACC challenge came out fantastically! Love the mix of prints!

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  2. Great way to combine challenges with your kit and produce two great pages. I love the fun selfie tries! and recording the details of a move is always a good thing to do! I really like all the products you’ve included in the kit and it’s clearly working well for you !

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