As the post title states, I loved the way Rachel (rache77) created her page to move the eye across the page in a straight line. I really like the fact that she left a lot of white space as well 🙂 You can take a peek at her page right here:
We have a few examples of the pages we were inspired to create.
This one is by Linda (earlofoxford) and how adorable are those 2 kittens!! I really love how she layered those roughed up papers on the sides, what a cool effect! And look at all that white space, I am so impressed 🙂
Here is everything she used on that page:
Arctic Whites Paper Pack, Grunge Texture Masks Brushes and Stamps No. 01,
Twisted Stitches, Creswell Element Pack, Roughed Up Woods Paper Pack No. 01,
Roughed Up Notebook Paper Pack No. 04, Christmas Lodge Roughed Up Paper Pack,
Everlasting ReMix Roughed Up Paper Pack, Walden Element Pack, Lots of Love Element Pack, Autumn Winds Element Pack, Alandia Paix Element Pack, Art Class Frames No. 05
Clean Stitched Rounded Corners: White No. 01, Vintage Artistry Sage Chipboard Stickers
Hush-a-Bye Element Pack, Drop Shadow Styles No. 02
Here are her supplies:
Monthly Memories Vol3: Stamp Set 5, MOnthly Memories Vol3: Paper Pack No.5
Big Bottom Lift Vintage Photo Frames No. 01, Layering Sentiments No. 02,
Spill Frame Layers No. 29
And here is my page. I saw a bunch of birds seemingly keeping social distancing rules and I took a picture of them. I found some fun items to use on the sides and you can find them below.
bead scatterings No. 1, tailed frames No. 1, botanical journalers,
botanist workbook No. 1 tags, flourishes, Naturally Krafty No. 6,
Postage strip words, Posted Spring, Letterbox Remnants No. 2
I can’t wait to see where this inspiration takes you. Remember to post your page in the Saturday Scraplift Challenge Gallery and in the April Challenge Participation thread in the forum. And above all, enjoy the process.