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!
Are we ready to see what team two got up to.........
Okay - as a reminder - this is the layout they were passed in the first instance! (created by Georgina)
It was Kelly's turn as team leader first - she kept her design fairly true to Georgina's. She embellished the top right of the page with paper and buttons, kept the placement of the photos and the matting the same, although she centred hers to the page slightly more, her title was in a similar positioning and contained more than one font and she moved her journalling to the left and up slightly. Whilst there were no butterflies to embellish she did use a hot air balloon which also flies so brownie points for that one Kelly! :)
Kelly's layout was passed to Kathy next who mixed things up - she kept the portrait photo on the right hand side but kept it within the background matting. She moved her title to above the photo and made it smaller and then embellished with 9 gifts. She used a similar paper doily to the one Kelly used and evened this out on her page by placing the other half under her photo. She retained the paper embellishment to the top right but moed it more to the top of the page instead.
Kathy passed her layout to Sarah next who created a fun bright layout about a little boy turning five! She kept the positioning of the photo in the same place but made it slightly bigger again using some matting paper. rather than embellishing with 9 parcels, she placed 6 blocks of journalling there instead. Buttons were used to embellish the entire page and the actual title is above the photo still. She has used a scallop die cut to place behind the top of the journalling and kept the paper embellishments towards the top.
Karen was next and it's all change again! (I love this game) She has changed the portrait photo to a landscape one, moved the title to the top and centre, moved the 6 blocks down the page and changed them from journalling blocks to more photos, she's added a funky dancing robot embellishement to above these and taken away the paper embellishment at the top.
Next to play was Mindy and she has created a 2 pager - 2 A4 sides in fact so this has switched things up considerably! She has also flipped the layout upside down and back to front! Instead of one main portrait photo on the right its now a landscape/block photo on the left. The 6 boxes have turned into 3 photos and her title has jumped from top right to centre left! Whats interesting here is that Mindy's journalling is in the bottom right and she has journalled on paper strips - if the original layout was flipped this is where the paper embellishment strips would be!
Finally natascha got to play and she reduced her layout back down to one page. She kept the placement of photos - 3 down one side and a single one on the top left. Her jounalling was in a similar position and she embellished with a line of bling just above her single word title which was centre left!
Now thats another great transformation I think you will agree!