Saturday Scraplift: Multiply Your Design Skills

The gallery here at Designer Digitals is a never-ending supply of inspiration. I really like that we can save inspirational pieces to our favorites for further study. I took a trip through pages I’d saved for this week’s lift and found this gem by Audrey (adrianita) from back in February. I love those four columns that help showcase the adorable photos of her newborn son and the awesome cluster in the upper left that immediately catches the viewer’s eye. Three of my Creative Team friends joined me in lifting Audrey’s great page – see how you can be inspired.

Audrey’s page:  

Patsy (ptabbert) did a superb job creating a lovely tropical page by extending her photo across the four columns, and that tall palm tree is in perfect keeping with her design. Even her chevron brush work echoes the motion of the waves, and I like how her title overlaps her photo, integrating itself into the design of her page.

Credits: DelMar Shores Complete Scrapbooking Collection; Floridian Scrapbooking Collection

Kate’s (OKate) page takes us from the tropics to gorgeous New Hampshire fall color. Like Patsy, Kate filled the focal spaces of her design with a single stunning photo. I am a complete pushover for reflection shots, and Kate’s is perfection, down to the seasonal cluster and the descriptive words at the bottom of each column.

Credits: Readymade Layers: Fall Clusters No. 04;  Old Ledger Pumpkin Paper Pack; Lightly Linens Paper Pack No. 17; Metsa Solids Paper Pack; Thin Classic Photo Frames Curled and Flat No. 02; Autumnal Flore Element Pack; Fine Lines Border Lines Brushes and Stamps No. 08

Liz (lizziet5) gives us every season, including four shots of her pretty and photogenic daughter – has anyone EVER seen a bad picture of Hayley? I didn’t think so! Liz’s page contains her signature soft tones and well-chosen elements to extend her seasonal theme. She made the design her own by rotating it 90 degrees.

Credits: Lightly Linens Paper Pack No. 12;  Lightly Linens Paper Pack No. 13; Lemon Zest Solids Paper Pack; Messy Stitched Borders: Green No. 01; Thin Classic Photo Frames Curled and Flat No. 01; Arlesey Artsy Paint; Colorful Paint Layers No. 01; Cadmium Gardens Element Pack; Ledger Paper Pieces and Brushes: Snowflakes; Love Letters Element Pack; Wildwoods Element Pack; Wooden Flakes No. 02; Fall Garden Remix Foliage Bits and Pieces; Autumn Fields Element Pack; Merriest Christmas Element Pack; Vintage Christmas Element Pack; Big Brushed Page Titles Brushes and Stamps No. 02; Stamp Sets: Fall; Title Lines Shadowed Brushes and Stamps No. 09; Spring Selects No. 01 Brushes and Stamps

Last fall we visited friends in North Carolina and had dinner with them at a restaurant I had read about in Southern Living. I got to indulge my love for photographing food, eating delicious food, and spending time with dear friends – win, win, win! And now, thanks to Audrey’s inspiration, I’ve scrapped the memory. Thank you, Audrey!

Credits: Lightly Linens Paper Pack No. 17; Splatters Brushes and Stamps No. 09; Splatters Brushes and Stamps No. 10; Watery Slide Reels Brushes and Stamps No. 01; Great Escape Element Pack; Graphed Notebook Paper Pack No. 12; Thin Classic Photo Frames Curled and Flat No. 01; Love Letters Element Pack; Artsy Vintage Value Pack No. 01; Collaged Monograms No. 01; December Days Brads No. 02; Slide Reels No. 03; Dot Repeats Brushes and Stamps No. 01; Artsy Berries Value Pack; Like This Element Pack; Ledger Paper Pieces: Leaves No. 03; Holiday Foliage; Golden Season Element Pack; Good Day Element Pack; Botanist Notebook No. 25 Mini Kit; Crowing Affair: Understated Element Pack; Drop Shadow Styles No. 02

I’m looking forward to seeing where this inspiration takes you. Remember to post your page in the Saturday Scraplift Challenge Gallery as well as in the November Challenges Sign-in thread in the forum. Happy scrapping!

 

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3 Responses to Saturday Scraplift: Multiply Your Design Skills

  1. Dondi says:

    Beautifully done by all.

    I can’t seem to reference what template was used.

    Thank you.

    • Esther A says:

      Hi, there is no specific template required. Adrianita’s page does remind me of a very old template that is probably no longer in the store, but none of the scraplifts here have used that template.

  2. Helene Huber says:

    wonderful idea and fabulous scrap lifts.

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