Challenge: Show Me Something Round!

28 Jun

I am drawn to basic shapes. Perhaps it’s because I have a freshly graduated first grader, but I love squares, rectangles, and especially circles. Circles on a layout give the project motion. They can be found in products such as buttons, brads, and tags. They can be found in stamped images, as a background on a pattern paper. You can even create them digitally or through a die cut machine or a punch.

This week I’d like to challenge you to add a circle to your project. Now that’s not hard at all is it?!

Here is my project using a digital template from Vinnie Pearce:

(Supplies: Bonus Template by Vinnie Pearce from the “Give Me Templates Pack 2″ kit for www.twopeasinabucket.com; yellow paper, cloud paper, dot paper by Vinnie Pearce from the “Toy Box Papers” kit for www.twopeasinabucket.com; red solid paper by Michelle Underwood from the “Vintage Holiday Memories Solid Papers” kit for www.twopeasinabucket.com; stitching by Carina Gardner from the “Element-ary Stitches” kit for www.twopeasinabucket.com; Bunting Rub-on with White Stitching by Vinnie Pearce from the “Toy Box Elements” kit for www.twopeasinabucket.com; Vintage Typewriter font from www.scrapvillage.com)

CHALLENGE: To be included in the random drawing for this challenge, simply create a card or layout or project that contains a circle. Take a photo of it or scan it and then upload it to your favorite online gallery. Then simply link us to your project within the comments section below. One winner will be selected to receive a prize package from our fabulous sponsors. If an international winner is selected, the winner will be awarded an online download of one of our great magazines! All entries must be posted by Sunday, July 4 by midnight MST to be included in the drawing.

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38 comments
Diane
Diane

Here is one I did a little while back.

CIndy lubbert
CIndy lubbert

thanks for the opportunity !!! I used StoryBook Creator Plus to create my page - you can check it out at www.mycmsite.com/cindylubbert - or email me if you need more info... Cindy@lubbert.net

Amanda L.
Amanda L.

circles are a staple of MANY of my layouts....love to use them....here's one I did with a large circle in the background to mimic the circle in the center of the trampoline my son is jumping on

Lori McMurphy
Lori McMurphy

This is one of many layouts I have made using circles. :)

Susan
Susan

I am infatuated with circles lately!!! I have done several layouts with circles recently:

These three have a large circle ring on the background:

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/272375/view/2809060/-1.html

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/272375/view/2806009/-1.html

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/272375/view/2803029/-1.html

This one I cut the PHOTOS into circle shapes and I have not done that in MANY years!

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/272375/view/2802957/-1.html

There are a total of 5 circles on this layout, including one that I transformed into a baseball:

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/272375/view/2806699/-1.html

And 8 circles on this:

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/272375/view/2802033/-1/4.html

Another circle on this:

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/272375/view/2803711/-1.html

And my FAVORITE layout -

http://www.scrapbook.com/galleries/272375/view/2802049/-1.html

As you can see, I LOVE circles. I have more and welcome you to check out my blog at http://paperdaisydreams.blogspot.com

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