Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Challenge #2 - Geometric Shapes

  • Pick a geometric shape as inspiration for your design. Some examples of geometric shapes include circles, parallelograms, squares, rectangles, triangles, trapezoids, octagons, hexagons, pentagons, stars, hearts
  • Title your page using stencils, nice printing, or stickers
  • Must use at least 10 of the shape of choice (Keep in mind, this does not mean one star, one heart, one circle, 3 squares, etc. Instead it means if you choose a triangle you use 10 of them in your scrapbook page)
  • Can only use a combination of 10 stickers and pictures
  • Must include a journal. This journal should have something to do with the page, but is NOT the description of pictures. Instead, it is a reflection on something. For example: if you have pictures of a vacation you could journal about what you did that specific day.

Tips & Tricks:
  • Before you do anything you should choose the shape you are going to use.
  • Cut out several shapes of various sizes and start to arrange them on your page. DO NOT glue them down right away.
  • Arrange pictures and a short journal around the shapes. Layering some shapes over pictures and some under will give it a more exciting look.
  • Make sure your shapes fit with the color scheme of paper. For example: if you pick a patterned paper that has a lot of orange, yellow, and red you should probably cut out shapes that are similar to this color.

Challenge Points:
  • Creativity
  • Follow Directions
  • Teamwork
  • Time Management
  • Neatness

My Example:
Challenge #2 - Geometric Shapes Example

Winner of Challenge #2:
Challenge 2 - Geometric Shape

Thanks for Reading!

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