Hello. It’s Tuesday morning so I’m writing on the blog hoping to inspire you with layouts using Snickerdoodle Designs’ new release Pass It On Collection.
Pass it On is available at introductory pricing, saving you 30% on the Kit and Extras, or 58% on the entire Collection:
I love the theme of this collection and remember with fond memory the skills my mother passed along to me, such as making homemade pie crust, hand and machine sewing, knitting, and so much more. I hope I have continued the tradition by passing these things along to my children and grandchildren. I truly like that this collection is themed not only for more traditional skills but for new things such as the painted rock-hide-and-seek craze. So without further ad, I’ll get to the purpose of my post.
I love the out of bounds photo in Pass It On by franlk. The curled corners of the frame are very realistic. The background she created by combining the blendables, stamps and patterned paper works so well for her theme. I like the cluster she constructed using the extracted book which is part of the collection. The word art is just right for the page.
The page design of Build a Bridge by Kathryn is so dynamic. The way the photo and bridge pieces extend to the edge of the page creates a lot of movement. Kathryn used a template by Kabra and truly made it her own. The title work is exceptional and I like the cluster of tools she created in line with her theme. The bits of yellow totally pop and I like the tucked in word strips for the names and date.
I love the journaling in For the Love of Jack by Ozegirl. It seems this lucky little boy will find himself with many handmade goodies. I really like the composition of the cluster down the side of the page and the shadowing is perfection. The smaller cluster in the corner balances the page and the blended photo is adorable. The word art is tucked into the perfect spot on the page.
britnkaysmemaw2 created a page entitled Rock Painting documenting the rock painting craze I mentioned previously . She also used a template by Heartstrings Scrap Art. I love the vertical flow of the page. The painted edge of the background paper mimics the theme and the clusters are so pretty and delicate. I like the way she inserted the journal card, word art and word strips.
There’s so much to love about Dress-Am’Ma by msbrad. I really like how she told the story of her Granddaughter’s new dress using a conversational style. The strip of photos across the top combined with the lovely extraction make for a perfect focal point. The measuring tape divides the page creatively. I like the stitching across the top and the twine heart around part of the journaling. The stamping in the corner with the cluster on top finishes off her page exactly right.
I hope you downloaded the lovely border created by Charne found in a previous blog post. In case you missed it, I’ll add it again here. Just click the image to download it.
I hope this post has inspired you to not only pass along your skills but to document them also. I know I’ve collected some ideas for my own pages. Thanks and have a great week.