It’s time for some more love for more layouts, and I’ve got to tell you – I was just blown away going through my designer gallery at TLP. You guys are amazing! Let’s get right to it..
This page by farrahjobling is just jaw-dropping.. It really goes to show how little you need to make a big statement.. Her full size photo, so beautifully cropped and composed makes a stunning backdrop for her historical journaling down the side. I love the additions of the buttons that really ground the vellum and tie everything together – so gorgeous!
I always love contrast on a page, and this one by zinzilah has plenty of that with the wild and crazy background paper up against the uniform grid created by her photos. Minimal embellishments really let the photos shine.
This page by pallavi01 using the August MPM kit is just so full of life and love! The bright colors match her photos perfectly, and really let that close-up black and white photo shine – such a sweet, sweet smile there! She’s really incorporated all of the cards to help her tell the story, using the kit to its best potential – I love it!
There are so many fun details in this page by arumrose.. Obviously I need to talk about those cutouts for just a minute – aren’t they fantastic?!? I love the contrast of the yellow peeking through against the softer pinks and greens of the other papers and elements she’s used. Another favorite technique of mine is leaving space between a frame and the photo and she’s really used that to her advantage here. Really, such a beautiful page.. 🙂
Aaron – aka sirscrapalot – is so great at including photos, stories and journaling about himself in his pages, and I think that’s so important as memory keepers that we don’t get lost among the pages and pages of everyone else’s lives. The title work here is so fun combining a card from the kit with the alpha. I love the clipped down ampersand and all the little factoids he’s included about himself “right now.” Who knows how those answers might change 1, 5 or 10 years down the road..
I’ve always been a fan of doing “interview” pages for my boys each year on their birthday, but nowens has turned the table and asked her daughter to answer questions about mom instead of herself. What a fun idea! I love the grid design – so easy to keep track of everything and doesn’t get overpowered by all the journaling. Keeping the questions and answers in different fonts is a fun way to keep everything visually interesting but still easy to interpret.
This gorgeous page by corrin absolutely took my breath away! It completely embodies everything I wanted this kit to be about. The creativity, the artistic title work, and simple page design really let her photos shine.. Such a beautiful way to remember this sweet moment.
All the pages above are clickable for full credits and for you to leave some of your own loving. And if you’ve created something with my products, I’d love to see YOUR pages in the gallery, too! One of my greatest joys as a designer is seeing people use my products to document their memories – it’s like Christmas and my birthday all wrapped into one whenever I pop in there.. 😉 <3