The lucky winner for this month is Tammy!!!
Congratulations Tammy aka tlcd1961!!! You have a notification on your TLP account.
All other participants also received their 25% discount coupons via their Lilypad accounts. Please make sure you check your messages everyone and if your coupon didn't come through send an e-mail to pinkreptiledesigns at gmail dot com!
Here's Tammy's lovely page:
For this month's challenge, we are taking a peek at the latest Three Way post titled Fonts for Handwritten Titles, where we use script fonts in bold ways to create titles for our pages. To recap the Three Way | Fonts for Handwritten Titles techniques, you must use one of the following on your page:
1. Use a script handwritten font as your title and write directly on your background with some distressing to the font.
2. Use a script handwritten font as your title and use of the techniques to manipulate the letters for a playful, whimsical look (ex. use puppet warp or put each letter on its own individual layer and tweak them).
3. Use a script handwritten font as your title and add a gradient, a style, or make it into a sticker to stand out.
Feel free to clip a paper to any of the above ideas!
Your job for this month's challenge is to use one of the three font title techniques on your page (and please tell us which method you chose)! Before you rock the font titling on your own page, take a peek at these pages:
Karen uses the shoreline font clipped to a paper and distressed a bit to create this gorgeous page.
Gaëlle created a really fun title with a fancy script font turned into a sticker, combined with a sans serif font, and placed within brackets. Super cute!
Diane also paired two different fonts for her title work. She used the Bebas font with each letter on its own individual layer to create a whimsical misaligned look. She also added a 2 px stroke in black around each letter (to help define the light yellow color) and then added a 8 px white stroke for the sticker effect. She also mixed this with a pretty script font for the rest of the words in the title.
Shivani used three different fonts in total. One was simplified and distressed and the other turned into a sticker. The title work is as playful as the photos!
Annemieke used a beautiful script, handwritten font that was already distressed and when placed on her canvas, it has a gorgeous watercolor effect.
Now it's your turn!
Make sure you use at least 75% of Pink Reptile Design products on your page. Once completed, just upload your page to one or all of your galleries and post a link to your layout in the comments section of this post before the next challenge goes live on November 15th.
Wishing you tons of fun and Happy Scrappin'!