It’s Monday so I’m back on the blog with a sneak peek of Snickerdoodle Designs’ latest release, Picture Perfect Collection.
Picture Perfect Collection is currently available only at The Studio as part of the Coordinated Collection but watch for it coming soon (May 27th!) to both Snickerdoodle Designs and The Digichick. I’m showing you the bundle, which is the best value, but separates are also available.
Karen gave the collection to her own Creative Team, and also that of The Digichick, and I’ll show you just a handful here.
I really like the panoramic photo in Brimstone Hill Fortress by msbrad. She incorporated the title-work perfectly by placing the title across the page and underlining it with the stitches. Inserting the cluster in the empty space of the photo is a clever technique. I love the way she used the frames to highlight the photos of the signs. The red poppy clusters in the bottom corners really pop against the darker colors of the photos.
The paper stacking in Memories by kabra is so pretty. Including the tiny lace border adds a sweet and delicate touch. I love the way she matted and framed the portrait so it looks exactly like a photograph which might be sitting on a table or shelf. Her clusters are large and beautifully shadowed, which is her signature style. The script title finishes things off in just the right way.
Pekkerstocht by Bagheertje uses one of the gorgeous papers included in the collection. I like the way she used the filmstrip frame for the photos and reinforced the look by adding the curved filmstrip brush. The button is placed in the ideal spot at the corner of the brush. The vertical cluster down the left hand side complements the vertical bullet-journaling. The bits of orange paint in the background are a delightful addition to the subtle colors of the background paper.
The large, blended photo in Picture Perfect by franlk looks like a painting behind the extraction of the same pretty little girl. The brushwork adds to the beauty of the background. I really like the way the subject appears to be resting on the large, yellow flower. The floral cluster across the bottom edge with the added light flares completes the gorgeous, artsy layout.
Sarah by dj_w is a lovely heritage layout. She also used a template by Heartstrings Scrap Art. The photos are priceless and I love the way she showed the progression through the years. I like the scattered clustering and frames that look like gears which add to the vintage look. The bits of green brushwork complement the pale pink and yellow of the background.
I’ve come to the end of my post and I’m guessing that Karen will have a lot more to show you once this collection is added to her other stores. Remember, this post should be considered just a peek. I hope I have inspired you and with that I’ll say have a great week!