- The results of the voting will be visible February 10, 21.00u CET - We have decided the 80% of round one will continue to the next round. We have 18 entries here, the first 14 with the most votes will continue to round 2. If there is an equal amount of votes for number 14 and 15, both will continue .
1. Australia - Denise Boddey
2. Australia - Paulap
3. Australia - Sandra54
4.Australia - Candy
5. Austria - Bine Halwax
6. Austria - Birgit Schweitzer
7. Austria - pihei
8. Austria - Sanna Lippert
9.Austria - Schnurzelchen
10. Austria - Zsuzsanna
11. Germany - siggi
12. Germany - Seeperengel
13. Germany - elvan
14. Norway - hege80
15. Norway - Christin
16. Norway - Britsviggum
17. Norway - Arnlaug sorry no better photo
18. Norway - Asil
No entries from: - Australia - Sharmainek - Australia - Jasmines - Australia - Jess Mackenzie - Australia - Leoniend - australia - Skeets500 - Norway - Marianne J. - Norway - Lindass - Germany - anika - Germany - Mjk - Austria - Scrapart Design - Germany - kpeters - Germany - Stempelmaus
Unfortunalety disqualified Norway - cathyva (doesn't show where you live - only inside) Germany - Winkyli (doesn't show where you live) Germany - BaerbelBorn (doesn't show where you live)
Post by Austria - Birgit Schweitzer on Feb 2, 2014 17:26:35 GMT 1
Hello, Here's my double layout. I used some acrylic paint to get an even background. With stamps, masks and some leftover rub-ons I tried to bring the colors from dark to light on the page - to match the photos. Some Washis at the top and bottom and some stars and a flair to embellish my pages.
Thank you for your interest and your vote. More details on my blog: scrapmylife
Post by Austria - Sanna Lippert on Feb 3, 2014 18:04:57 GMT 1
Hello, here is my take on the first scrapbooking challenge. I took 1000 steps from home and ended up in a crossing, also a spot where there is a state border. So I chose that sport for the photos. Did black and white photos, so the background could be more colorful. I used papers by 7 Dots studio (they have already color splatters on them - so no ink spray used here!!). I used acrylic paint with a brayer and stamps and chipboards for details. did my title and journaling in German. Had fun doing this!! was hard for me as I never do double page layouts and almost always use spray inks . But I tackled the challenge TFL!
Post by Australia - Denise Boddey on Feb 4, 2014 10:12:59 GMT 1
Hi my photos are about lets say 600 steps from home I counted 200 to the end of the street with difficulty kept losing count this is of one of our local parks or walk way I took this photo at 8'0clock in the morning the temperature had already reached 30 degrees as we where expecting a high of 40 that day we are in the middle of our summer which is very extreme with two heat waves of over 40 degrees with maybe more to come my 3 photos are of the same tree with depth of field thanks Denise my blog passionscrapping.blogspot.com.au/2014/02/within-1000-steps-from-home.html
Post by Austria - Zsuzsanna on Feb 4, 2014 19:11:23 GMT 1
Here is my Art Journal double Page of my home.
I used pages from an old book for the collage as a backround, put white Gesso on it. I used masks with acrylic paints, rubbons and washi tapes. The photos show my street where I live, the bus stop nearby of my home and a roundabout traffic with sculptures. These sculputres ware made by students of a technical school for remembrance of prisoners of the external camp of the concentration camp Mauthausen.
Post by Australia - Sandra54 on Feb 5, 2014 0:04:11 GMT 1
I chose to do a Project Life style double layout. My husband and I went for a walk in our local neighbourhood and were amazed when to look around you to find that even though we live in suburbia the surrounds can make you feel like you're in the countryside.
Post by Norway - Arnlaug on Feb 6, 2014 12:31:26 GMT 1
Here are my layout about where I live. Right now everything where I live is really grey and winter-green. I am so looking forward to summer! (my blog won't be my friend today, so no link to a blogpost from me.)
I made a layout that shows how the grey winter is her in the western parts of Norway, and how I am longing for spring. I used paint and washi tape to make this page, really easy.
My journaling reads: "In the west of Norway we're not used to much snow , but this winter it has been TO grey. These pictures from my neighbourhood shows how sad everything looks with no snow, and no flowers.. The cherry tree is waiting to blossom and the pots are longing for some nice plants. My favorite spot outside right now has to be the mailbox:-) Can't wait for spring!"
Post by Norway cathyva on Feb 6, 2014 12:49:08 GMT 1
I have used two bazzil sheet, stencil and mixed Pan pastel blue with modeling paste to create the stars. The images have been sanded on the edges and blackened with ink pad. Heading is cut from qk-dies and the small circles and the large circle is a punch.
The text is about when my boy got his new room, preparations and how happy he was for his new room