Lunar Moth Designs

April 30, 2011

Lots of Challenges

Filed under: Challenges, layout — Tags: , , , , , , , — Angie Simpson @ 5:08 pm

Me and my Paint Shop program have been busy lately, trying to complete all the April challenges at I caught them just in time.

There were 12 in all… I think I already posted 2 or 3 of them last time.

This was for the element challenge… requirement was to use lots of curves.

Color challenge — we had to use a particular palette of colors.

I made this for the font challenge. We were given a new font (fontastique) with which to do titles or journaling.  Although using pictures of myself is somewhat narcissistic, I do like the ones when I was a little girl.

The Mix-it-up challenge: use papers/elements from 3 different kits never used before.

I like the recipe challenges like this one. The layout has to be made using a digital “recipe” — i.e., 1 solid paper, 1 pattern paper, 3 flowers, etc.

April storytelling challenge; we had to write at least a bit of journaling starting with the words “Just because.” This is a picture of my best friend Kellye.

Template challenge: we were given a template to interpret using our own papers, elements, etc. This is for my little sister Shelley.

For this challenge, we were given a mini-kit and were required to use everything in the kit and nothing else (except for pictures).

Finally, this wordart challenge, in which we were supposed to scrap a conversation, was a lot of fun. I can remember so many conversations like this one — basically, whenever we went somewhere in a car!

Credits: All kits listed below can be found at, unless italicized.

Cocktail Hour Challenges
Sunrise Theme — Spring Colors –Natural Breeze collab kit
Coconut Reef Scraplift — Erin & Roger’s Picnic — Aquarius designs, Benthaicreations, Soft Spring Dew collab
Seabreeze Template — My Sister Shelley — Silke template, Soft Spring Dew collab, Delicious Scraps alpha
Monkey Puzzle Wordart — Let’s Go Christmas Shopping!Bits O’Scrap Christmas ’09 kit
Sunset Color — A Day at Barnwell — color challenge colors, Aquarius Designs elements
Tourist Trap Photo — My Desktop — Natural Breeze kit, Bits O’Scrap In My Garden kit

Mixed Challenges
Font — Don’t Wait — Time Stands Still collab
Use It All Mini — Easter, 2007 –Mini-kit by Carena
Mix It Up — Family — Aquarius Winterheart, Carena Shimmering Sensation, Studio4 Monkey Business
Element — Glamour Shots — DDR You Make Me Smile Collab
Storytelliing — Just Because you are my friend — Aquarius Designs Winterheart
Digi-Recipe — Daffodils –Woman’s Work by Studio4 Designworks, You Make Me Smile collab, Aquarius ShabbyChica,
Feli Breath of Spring

May 24, 2010

Watch Me Grow Layout

Filed under: freebie, layout, Quick Page — Tags: , , , — Angie Simpson @ 12:01 pm

The “In My Garden” kit from Bits O’Scrap has so many choices, so much potential I can’t stop making layouts with it! Here is a new one called “Watch Me Grow.”

Download the free QP here. Check out Bits O’Scrap for more goodies!

March 30, 2010


Filed under: layout — Tags: , , — Angie Simpson @ 7:51 pm

Three of the four girls in our extended family (one mine, the other three are my sister’s):

Layout uses paper and elements from GDS February Collab.

March 29, 2010

I Love Digital Scrapping!

Filed under: layout — Tags: , , — Angie Simpson @ 11:08 pm

For Erin and Roger — a little Easter LO from Bits O’Scrap kit “Some Bunny Loves You”!

March 22, 2010

GMDesigns “Happy Birthday” LO

Filed under: layout — Tags: , , — Angie Simpson @ 4:15 am

Here’s a LO made with GMDesigns’ kit “Happy Birthday.” I really like the colors in this kit (I’m fond of pastels!).

March 20, 2010

Roger LO

Filed under: layout — Tags: , — Angie Simpson @ 11:28 pm

This layout was made from Jelly Beans by Motley Crew Designs.

We're All "Normal"

March 9, 2010

It’s a new blog!

Filed under: Introduction — Tags: , , — Angie Simpson @ 12:41 pm

I decided to set up this site because I have begun digital scrapbooking and making banners recently and I need a place to put them! I could use blogger and if necessary I’ll switch back, but I really prefer WordPress.

Here is an example of a banner I’ve made — not one of my best, but there were techniques I didn’t know then. It is the header of my blog Lunar Fiction.

lunar fiction word press banner