Good morning and welcome to Monday’s inspiration post. This week I am featuring layouts using Snickerdoodle Designs’ new release Fall Follies Collection.
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I’m showing you the collection which is always the best value, but of course, separates are available too. I think this collection will serve for both your whimsical and sophisticated layouts.
I’ll begin with a page from one of my favorite artists, Heike. She used the mask from the collection on her adorable photo. I really like the cluster she created down the side. She supported the cluster with the fence from the collection. Notice how she rotated it so it would better fit with her design. I like the way she scattered the folded butterflies and added the leaf scatter found in the collection. The word art, also found in the collection, works perfectly for her title.
Next is a page from Robin that demonstrates the versatility of the collection. Her page is not about fall but rather she used the palette which matches perfectly to her photos. I really like the way she was able to use two of the frames in the collection. The cluster she built is amazing and I like the watercolor look of her background. She used one of the kit papers and combined it with paint splashes. The stapled heart, and tied string as well as her creative title finish things off just right.
Kabra’s layout really jumped out of the gallery for me. Combining the frame with the kit mask is such a creative technique and really places the focus on the photo. I love the way she added her clusters in opposite corners drawing the eye diagonally down the page. The blendable definitely adds a pop of color. I like the way she created a sticker title to complete her layout.
Immaculeah used a template from Kimeric Kreations currently free at the Digichick as part of the template challenge to create her gorgeous page. I like the way it looks like the pages of an open book. The stacked papers are the ideal foundation for the amazing cluster she created across the bottom of the stack. Her journaling is heartfelt and made me smile. I like the way she used the word art as her title.
I wanted to show you this page by Carina because she used my favorite word art from the collection. That quote is one of my personal favorites. This page happens to be a scraplift but Carina made it her own. I really like the way she tucked in the framed photo leaving just the fall trees to peek out. I like the stitched down papers and the paint she added to the background. Her clusters are so lovely and I like the way she tucked some pieces between the papers.
Honestly I found so many gorgeous pages, I’m hoping Karen will let me feature this collection again. Did you grab the freebie posted previously on the blog? In case you missed it, just click the image to download this beautiful cluster created by Norma.
To those of you who celebrate, have a happy Thanksgiving and I’ll see you next Monday on the blog.