Looking for some digital scrapbook page ideas? My wonderful creative team members have created some beautiful & inspirational pages with my newest kit, Emerging.
This layout by Beth is so playful. The color of the green dress is repeated and highlighted with the green ink and kit embellishments. The title is so clever! The wire word “becoming” is included in the kit and Beth added to numbers from my Trashed Ledger alphas. There us a sense of movement created with the buttefly going off the page and a nice pop of contrast with the blue flower. Great layout!
This page by Jen is wonderfully rich in color. The blues and greens in the kit support the lush photos so beautifully. The background was created using one of the painted papers in the kit along with a bee rub on, flower rub on and paint stroke. The paint draws your eye to the enter of the page where the quote is displayed, and there is a nice diagonal flow with the page title flowing from upper left to lower right. Lovely!
This art journal page by Jeanine is a visual treat! The clustering is fantastic and the layers of paper, paints, words and paint is incredibly pleasing to the eye. It is such fun to create pages without pictures – I look at as much cheaper than therapy and more readily available! I made this kit with art journaling in mind and this page shows a beautiful example of something that can be created with it. You could scraplift this layout and use a photo or journal page about whatever you might be feeling. The words included in the kit that can be used as a prompt are becoming, discovering, emerging and growing. There is also a little word collage rub on (you can see it peeking out on the page just to the right of 2012 in the center.
There is a LOT to love on this digital scrapbook page by Judith. I was hoping someone was going to show off the white window frame in this kit and Judith has certainly made her photo pop off the page inside the frame. There is a very strong and effective diagonal flow on this page. The layout starts and is grounded in the lower left with the botanicals and paper accents and then moves up into the top right with the background butterflies are pointed up to the right and the scattered butterflies are shadowed. Very inspirational!
This word collage by Judith could definitely be framed and hung on a wall! I was also thinking it would be fabulous on my mouse page! Or on a greeting card. The inside could say “Thanks for being an important part of my life” What’s on your list of important things? Why not collage some words together like Judith did on this page? Grab some of your favorite fonts and layer them on top of one of the artistic backgrounds in the kit. Each one feels like a little work of art to me. Maybe you would enjoy the process of just creating something beautiful to express your priorities. Frame it and hang it in a place where you can see it.
All layouts shown above were created using Emerging by Christine Smith Digital Design, available in the shop @ http://christinesmith.net/store. On sale right now – save 20% through August 12.
Many thanks to Beth, Jeanine, Judith and Jen for showing off my kit so well! You’re an inspiration.