I love the look of layers and brushwork, but I wouldn’t consider them my strong suits. Maybe that’s why I’m drawn to a page that incorporates both of them well – Anke’s page, for instance. She created strong vertical and horizontal elements with her brushwork and layered papers beneath the photo of her son celebrating his sixteenth birthday for a well-designed page. Elisabeth and I had fun coming with our own versions of Anke’s page.
Elisabeth (lego) did a wonderful job using brushwork to ground her photos, and I really like how she was able to include additional photos to tell the story of guests arriving. The small cluster in the upper right is the perfect balance to the main part of her design in the lower left.
Credits: Walden Watery Blends, Stamped and Framed Layered Template Photobook No. 04, Party Time Birthday Scrapbooking Collection, Words on a Curve Brushes and Stamps No. 01, From My Bookshelf Blendables No. 08, Little Layette Kit, Curated Studio Mix Scrapbooking Kit No. 32
I was able to use one of my favorite colors to scrap some pictures of my granddaughter’s art work. If she’s involved in an art project, there will probably be a cat in it somewhere. The photo of the bowling pin cat worked well in the tall narrow frame, and I used a mask to include a close-up of Katie.
Credits: Black, White and Plum Kit, Sweet Rose Bay Solids Paper Pack, Delmar Shores Element Pack, Defining Grunge Brushes and Stamps No. 01, Striping Graphic Brushes and Stamps No. 03, Party Time Overlays, Splatters Brushes and Stamps No. 03, Party Time Paint Blends, Party Time Element Pack, Stamped Blocks No. 05 Brushes and Stamps, Party Time Roughed Up Photo Mats, Pinned Enamel Hearts No. 01, Art Class Frames No. 03, Hinge Pack, Drop Shadow Styles No. 02
Anke’s page is just full of inspiring elements, so I’m eager to see where it takes you. Post your page in the Saturday Scraplift Challenge Gallery and in the April Challenge Participation Sign-in thread in the forum.