I am back with a couple of layouts that I created for Get It Scrapped and then later in the week I will share my art journal page-in-progress. This first layout was created for the Get It Scrapped article about Using Trendy Long Shadows on your scrapbook pages. This was a fun challenge and I really love how this page ended up – the long shadows represent the late afternoons we spent at the beach waiting for my husband to finish work. I would never have thought to try this but I feel like it really adds meaning, makes the page striking whilst supporting my story. The colours come from the photos and almost extend the photos over the layout. To create my long shadows I used torch and reusable letter sticker stencils. It was easier and quicker than I thought. You can read about how I did it and get other ideas in the article here.
I am also sharing a page I created for another Get It Scrapped article that shares ideas for using planner pages in your scrapbooking. This is a really simple page but it does really give the picture of how we spend our time. I use the Kaisercraft calendar pages to record information for my pocket page/PL album so that I can remember more details when I put my album together. You can see different ideas from the creative team over on the blog here.
I plan to get back sharing to a greater variety of projects, especially cards after I catch up on a few Get It Scrapped Layouts.
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