July Camera Challenge 2019

sandie03

I run with Scissors
JULY THeme: Reflection in a window/ sunglasses/ car side mirror /still water etc

Requirements:
1. a photo with a clear or obvious reflection of an object/ person.
2. Title in a new font or alpha for you.
3. Journalling - two lines minimum

Here are the requirements that must be met for all PDW Challenges to receive points:
1. To receive points you must use at least one item from a Plain Digital Wrapper Designer- You can use retired PDW products, freebies, and store collabs. BUT the designers have to be still active (except in the case of collabs)
2. Be a new layout created for this challenge.
3. Be only entered in 1 challenge category.
4. Upload your layout to the Camera Wrapping Challenge gallery and post the link and photo in this thread.
5. Your page must be posted by the last day of the month in order to receive points.
6. Add your page to your thread in the Its a wrap thread for 2019.



You will receive one Wrapper for completing the challenge and a Bonus Wrapper for using ALL PDW products if you keep track in the It's a Wrap Thread!! Those add up quickly-and 20 points will get you a $5 gift certificate to the PDW store!

My page: using Ocean Mist by Artgal Style

 
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sandie03

I run with Scissors
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I love windmills so this page makes me smile. Lovely blending and title work. Thanks for taking part in the July Camera Challenge.
 
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sandie03

I run with Scissors
Imagine my delight when I read this challenge and saw that the layout had to have a reflection photo in it! I had just taken a selfie of me and the St. Augustine lighthouse in a convex mirror on the grounds of the lighthouse! Too cool!
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How clever was that. A selfie plus great background through a mirror. Great result. And love the page design and colours. Bet it was fun climbing the lighthouse.

Thanks for taking part in the July Camera Challenge.
 
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