Thank you so much for all the positive response to my challenge over at Oscraps. So far, every layout is just unbelievably creative! I like seeing and discovering new things that you can create from my stuff. Thanks again for participating and keep ‘em coming!!!
Anyhwo, I’ll just share with you a layout that I made. If you are having some difficulties with this challenge, let me share with you some tips on how I did mine.
1 – Pick out a picture that you have been wanting to use but you haven’t because there’s just too much clutter at the background. The brush strokes will sort of disguise this a bit. Put brush strokes not just at the back of your main picture but at the front as well. Don’t be afraid of covering some parts of the picture. This could make it look more “artsy.” This is your opportunity to hide those unwanted clutter at the background.
2 – Not sure where to place your picture? Try placing it at the center of your layout. Then you can spread your elements from there. With this way, you can easily balance your page.
3 – Does your layout looks too flat? Put some realistic elements in it like flowers, buttons, stitches. You’ll be amazed on how these give a great impact.
4 – I myself is not a good writer. I struggle with journaling so, what I do is I find myself a good title or a word art.
5 – If the mojo is still not working then try using a template. It’s a heaven sent!
I hope these tips helped you in some ways. If you finish a layout for this challenge, don’t forget to post it at Oscraps gallery under Spotlight Challenge. Who knows? Just by participapting you can have a chance of winning a 10$ GC to my store! For more info about my Spotlight Challenge click HERE.
credits for the layout
-Different Strokes by Fei-fei’s Stuff (freebie on my spotlight)
-Pastelaria by Fei-fei’s Stuff
-Life+Sprinkles II by TaylorMade Designs
-Date Me 2 by Paislee Press
-Fresh Wild Flowers by Create Wings and Paint the Moon
from We Are Storytellers
-Philosophie by Paislee Press
from Pixel Canvas
-She’s A Doll by Vinnie Pearce