Monday always seems to come back around, but for me it’s a happy day since I have the opportunity to inspire you with creative layouts using SnickerdoodleDesigns’ products. There were so many gorgeous pages using the Bucket List Collection, that I’m pleased to bring you additional layouts; especially now that the Collection is also available at SnickerdoodleDesigns’ personal store.
This Collection is so bright and colorful it just speaks summer to me. I imagine at least a few of you have this on your bucket list. I love the large, masked photo in Go on a Cruise by Zanthia. I like the way the painted scallops across the top mimic the lace across the bottom. I also like the way she placed the word sign on the chalk board to serve as her title. The small cluster in the bottom corner is the only embellishment needed to complete her page.
Visiting Australia would definitely be on my bucket list and the photos in this layout by Norma represent the country well. I like her page design with the two photos in distinct sizes. The vertical cluster is lovely and I like that she combined the hand-drawn with the realistic flowers. Using the arrow to point to her title is a clever touch. The bucket list journal card is tucked into the perfect spot.
Learning to use my camera should be on my bucket list. I really like the stacked paper pieces and frames in this layout by 6grand. The angled papers create an effective background for the page. I like the way the arrow points to her journal piece. The cluster and journal card at the bottom is so sweet and repeating the camera flair several times accentuates the theme of her layout.
I really like the sweet photo in this layout by Glori. Placing it in the torn paper piece adds a lot of texture to the layout, especially when combined with the blended background paper found in the kit. I like that she added a page border in orange to help bring out the colors in the photo. Her clusters are simple and the arrows guide the eye around the entire page. She chose the perfect word bits to enrich her story.
Apparently many have visiting Australia on their bucket list and britnkaysmemaw2 created this layout about her Grandaughter’s visit there. I really like the flow of the page which showcases a number of photos. I like the embellishment clusters placed throughout the page and the way she added the bucket to her title.
Would you like to check out a matching mini to this Collection for free? If so, just visit the challenge forum at The Digichick, add the mini to your cart and create a page for the Use It All Challenge. I love this soft, pretty page by Deanna. The paper stacking creates the perfect foundation for her photo and the scattering of vines and flowers. I like the way she tied her title to the page and journaled about her gorgeous wisteria plant.
I hope you have a lot of things on your bucket list and are able to cross them off one by one. Have a creative week and thanks for reading my post!