Thursday, July 12, 2012

Scrapping the Scavenger Hunt

I'm so happy that so many people from around the world are participating in this year's photo scavenger hunt.  I wanted to know what people are doing or plan to do with the photographs that they take.  For me, some I will scrap in my albums.  For instance, the photographs I took on vacation that represented a find (like these from the Belfast Castle) will go into my trip album.  Others which are a little more esoteric will likely be used in my art work, such as this photograph I took of a forest for the hunt last year:
At least a couple of people have blogged about what they are doing with their scavenger hunt photos.  Jacky is making a mini-album:
Here's one of her layouts (you can read the story here):
Lizzie is making fantastic layouts of her photos, such as this one of the local library:
Her labyrinth:
And her shadow:
I assume these are digi-layouts.  What about the rest of you? If you have posted layouts or collages, please add a link in the comments below. I would love to come see them.

17 comments:

Jak said...

Will be trying to play catch up on the Scavenger Hunt, but it will be fun.

Loving all the layouts etc x

Cheri said...

My scavenger hunt photos will be going in my FOCUS 2012 album and will be the July focus/feature.

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

I really want to do a mini-book this year - I was really inspired by Jacky's book last year! I need to do some serious catching up on photos. It's been so dang hot here that I haven't wanted to venture out.

scrappyjacky said...

I love having mine in their own little album....though one or two may make their way into larger pages as well.
I've taken a few photos that may count towards the hunt....but am holding out for more 'interesting' photos on some of them!!!

Irene said...

I have taken a few photos for the scavenger hunt and will make a collage with them. Having fun looking for the items on your list.

Elizabeth said...

My digi layouts are going into an 8x8 album--that way I can print them out at home. I never would have thought to make an album but thanks to Jacky for a great idea.

debs14 said...

Mine will be going in an acrylic album just as soon as I have enough to print off and get started. I'm trying to get the album all ready in advance. Like Jacky, I'm wondering if I might get a better photo for some categories as the summer progresses so don't want to print too early!

Alison said...

I have no idea what I'll do with mine..I have to confess to last year's still in a folder on my hard drive :(
Alison xx

kim said...

A mini album sounds like a great idea. I hope to take most of the photos on our holiday at the end of next week.

Denise said...

Wow- these are amazing,my little shadow looks very boring now!!I think I may be doing some layouts of mine - I'm enjoying it :-0)

ComfyMom~Stacey said...

mine are mixed in with my 365 project

Abi said...

These are so lovely. I am not doing so well on my scavenger hunt but am planning on getting the whole family involved when we go on holiday to America this year. I will probably put them all in a big blog post at the end of the summer with my stories that come with them, xx

Fiona@staring at the sea said...

I love seeing how everyone is showcasing their scavenger hunt shots. I think it will be a mini book for mine.

Yoli said...

I plan to use the photos as part of my sb album. I realized today that 13 items from your list 'found me' during my recent trip to Puerto Rico. I am preparing the first post. Thanks for hosting this event. So much fun.

Melissa said...

I'm planning to create a mini-album for my photos. I'll probably wait until summer's over & get all the photos printed, then make a simple mini-album.

Karen said...

Some I'll scrap as you have, but I do want to do something with all of them in one project, but haven't decided quite what that will be. Love what you've showcased here.

laurie said...

what a wonderful idea! i may have to put my own into some kind of album. i'm proud of the photos my traveling friend and i found but there are so many memories that go with the search. again, thanks for initiating this fun project.