Thursday, March 06, 2008

Eight about Eight

I am determined to stay focused today and burn thru a ton of client work and piles that have mysteriously formed on my desk. BLAH! I hope to have time for more scrappin' later this afternoon...(I'm bloggin' on my lunch!) is a page that I haven't shared yet from Wyatt's birthday.

I'm pretty new to digi scrapping, and still trying to figure out what my own style is, but so far, I am gravitating towards layouts with lots of "white space" and only a few elements for impact. I'm also loving the Quick Fill templates I've been using from Heather Ann Designs, especially for getting *a lot* of photos on a page (like my Disney pages).

Take a look at KSharonK's blog, Artistic Musings. She is a MASTER at creatively using "white space" on her layouts for impact. I am trying to get a feel for "white space" on my did I do with this layout?

Page Credits: Quick Fill #31 from Heather Ann Designs, Silly Boy CuddleBug kit from Shabby Princess, Handstitched Alpha from Dani Mogstad, Times New Yorker font.


Lynnise said...

I think you did a Fabulous job using white space. I've just started experimenting with that too. Well, I've been experimenting with everything since I'm still pretty 'green" Your blog is GREAT! I found you at digishoptalk.

Patty Webb said...

I love the white space. That is something I have not learned to do yet. I want to use everything at the same time. However, I do love the look of your layout. Have a Happy, Happy Day!

Anonymous said...

Ohhh, I love birthday photos and pages!


AfriDigiDiva said...

If you can figure out how to stay focused please let me know! I'm having the dickens of a time trying to do that.