Scrap Whispers is a scrap-lifting game where players take inspiration from each other's scrap-book pages. We also run weekly challenges for players and non-players alike. For more information, see How To Play. Welcome!
Finally - it's Team Three's turn to shine! As with the other teams they were given this layout by Georgina to start their game:
First up was Nilsa - She moved the paper embellishment at the top of the page over slightly and used a punch to give it a scalloped edge. She kept the buttons there though. She moved the main part of the layout downwards more and kept the photo within the confines of the border. That cute little butterfly embellishment is still there but he's flying away a little bit more than he was on Georgina's layout! The scalloped circle is fuller and Nilsa has still embellished inside. Instead of a ticket there is a name and date tag on the corner of the photo.
Then it was Helen's go - she added lots of texture to her page with paper tearing and curling. She moved the paper strip embellishment at the top over to the corner more and added three circle embelishments she made herself - I think I even spy an eyelet there! She created a wave like appearance to paper and layered it then moved the photo to the opposite side of the page. She has journalled in a curvy way on the patterned paper (I'm feeling a bit sea sick with all this waviness! LOL) and added more circle embellishments and eyelets!
Elske was up next and she is taking us back to the Fall season! She has retained the top right corner embellishments and the paper tearing to add dimension. Her photo is in the same place but her title is a little smaller. The photo itself has a similar feel of water although a lot calmer than on Helen's beach! I spy eyelets again (they are so under used don't you think!) and some more circle embellishments and string.
Tracy got to play next. She continued with the paper tearing theme but made it more central to the page. Her title was increased in size and instead of embellishing top right corner of the page, she embellished with stars to the top right of the central part of her layout. She has covered the corner of her photo with a date tag and journalled towards the bottom of the page. She has added interest with a patterned border. I also have to comment on the handsome little kid!
Brianne played next - she made the centre layout bigger and instead of tearing all around the edges only turned a corner over. She kept three paper strips at the top and matted her portrait photo. She journalled under the title in white pen and placed a patterned border strip with some ribbon across the bottom of the page! Using blue black and red has made the page feel like the negative to Tracy's layout don't you think?
Finally it was over to Colleen - she kept the central feel to the main part of the layout but scalloped the borders. She added swirls to the top right of this instead of strips and added bling - all of this has softened the feel of the page. She kept the portrait photo, turning it to black and white and matted this still also. The border strip across the page remains as does the red and blue! There is less journalling on this layout but the tag is hanging from the title and contains all the relevant information! Looks like there has been some ink distressing happening on this page too!
And that was the final page! Wow - again another complete transformation - Seriously... I love this game!