- Welcome to Monday and another inspirational post featuring SnickerdoodleDesigns’ new release Collection, Worn but Loved. This Collection is currently available only at The Digichick but watch for it to come to the SnickerdoodleDesigns’ personal store on Wednesday evening. Worn but Loved is part of the Hatchery where each pack can be mixed and matched with packs from other designers built around the same palette. Each pack is only $2, or you can pick up the Collection at even greater savings.
I love this colorful new Collection and I think once you see the sample layouts you will too!
I really like how Zanthia blended the large photo into her layout and placed the smaller photo on top. She used a template by PrelestnayaP to create her page. The watercolored background paper she chose is included in the Collection. Her clusters are so pretty and the sprinkled daisies guide the eye across the page. Placing the kit word art at an angle allows it to fit perfectly in the open space of the template.
The sentiment in franlk’s layout makes for an important message. Adding the blended photo to the corner and keeping it large balances the title work. The clusters are amazing and the shadowing exceptional. The quote she added to the journal card supports the theme of the page.
The border work on this layout by Glori is amazing. It’s actually included in the Collection and is ideal when combined with the orange, striped paper. The partially framed and masked photo is so adorable and the journal card is the perfect fit for it. The stained glass leaves are one of my favorite kit elements and I like the way they climb up the side of the page. The clusters are small and delicate in keeping with the photo. The title work is impressive. I love the way the artist added the button string beneath.
This photoless layout by Deanna is so pretty. She combined one of the kit papers with one of the borders to create a unique foundation for her page. I really like the clusters on both sides of the framed text and the ribbon below is the perfect shelf. Duplicating and adding the doily lends texture to the background. The tied bow finishes the page off just right.
The fur-kid word art seems to have inspired a few layouts, including this one by Kay. Adding the edger to the nearly solid paper gives it a different look than in Glori’s layout. The partially framed mask is ideal for this darling photo. I like that the artist kept the page simple and added only a few elements to complete her layout.
As always I’ve come to the end of my post hoping I have inspired you to do some creating of your own. Thanks and have a great week!