Saturday, October 13, 2012

Special Master Forger Hop: Morph Challenge

I'm very excited to finally be able to show our special Morph Challenge! 

We started this project a few months ago, and since I was at the beginning of the chain, it feels like it has been such a long time since we started the challenge!  But it really went through the groups pretty quickly, and today if you start from the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Blog, you can see what happens when scrappers meet a good ol' game of Telephone.

Our project started with Crystal's page. If you didn't come from Crystal's blog, go back and start here to see her page.

And here is my page, thanks to Crystal's inspiration!

I looked at Crystal's page and saw a couple of sections. So I sort of flipped it and started with those sections and built my photos into those clusters.

When I did this page, I realized I don't use much black in my scrapbooking,
because I basically used all my black papers and accents on this one project.

I've had that car diecut frame forever and finally found a reason to use it.  Circles became the repeating pattern on this
page, between paper patterns, circle journaling spots, round embellishments, and even some Stickles on the round
headlights on this car diecut.

I used DIY Thickers for the work "Happy," and used green flock to mimic the green carpet of the show floor. 

Such a fun project!  The next stop on the morph is Susanne.  Go see how she took my page and morphed it into her own great project.  And if you hit a road block along the way, you can find the full morph list back at the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Blog.

Have a great weekend!


  1. Great layout, Rebecca. All the wonderful touches and different textures on this page were very inspiring. You are a tough act to follow!

  2. looks great!

    rebecca, did you see that you won the moxxie blog hop? please contact peggy at moxxie!

  3. I love how the black worked here. You would never know you don't use it much. It is a lovely layout!

  4. This is a really great layout and it interesting to see where you took Crystal's design and made it very much your own. I really like the repeating circles and your use of black. Congrats on giving us a great next step to work on :-)

  5. Your layout turned out gorgeous!! Love those DIY Thickers!

  6. I love how you've clustered all your bits! Great page!

  7. Great job! Love how you showed us which items you pulled from Crystal's page and which you made your own! Love this idea!