Thursday, 29 May 2014

Channeling Emily Pitts

Featured at: Get It Scrapped:

These are just a few of Emily's layouts.

“Looking through Emily’s gallery I noticed that she uses bright colors, imperfectly placed alphas in long titles, layered foundations with uneven edges, and (quite often) one large eye-catching dimensional embellishment. I chose yellow and navy to play off a neutral background, made a large, longish title that serves as journaling, added a foundation of splatters, and used a large 3D floral embellishment.”

Emily loves bold colours, often uses yellow and other high contrast colours. A foundation of messy splatters and misting. Stitching is also usually present.

He keeps Vampire Hours by Stefanie Semple. Supplies: Studio Tiffany Tilman Template: Layered looks single 006 freebie; Valorie Wibbens & Karla Dudley collaboration: The Good Stuff; Pink Reptile Designs: Laugh out loud alpha.


Hey Mister

Thursday, 22 May 2014

Kit is Kimeric Kreation's - School Daze the collection.
Template is by Debbie Hodge from Get It Scrapped - In a Band

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Big news!

I made it on to the MScraps Blogging Team. I am so delighted and can't wait to get cracking.

Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Double page bracket design

This page is featured on the Get It Scrapped Blog today.

Ten Minutes by Stefanie Semple. Supplies: Mye De Leon and Anita Designs collaboration 3:21 freebie; Memory Clips by Ramona: Memory Keeper {Pockets}; Valorie Wibbens : acetate alpha; Pink Reptile Designs : Laugh out Loud alpha.

I love a bracket or shelf composition. When I made this layout I realized how much I love using titles to hook the reader into reading the journaling. Celeste Smith, another creative team member at Get It Scrapped likes her titles to be below the photo and not to steal the attention away from the photo, so she often down plays it. I like my titles to be a secondary feature of my pages. I love this almost see through alpha for it's ability to blend into the back ground.

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Take a hike

Coming to The Digichick Next week, the 22nd.