by Debbie Hodge
Welcome back to “Where Scrapbook Ideas Come From.” Earlier lessons covered the design principles of Emphasis and Repetition. Today we’re talking about another principle: Alignment.
There are many big and small ways to incorporate alignments. If you’d like to think some more on this, take a look at these two articles to get you thinking about more approaches.
- Strengthen your scrapbook page design with alignments (Take a look at the layout called “Riding Late” and the many ways in which alignments are incorporated there).
- Justification that strengthens scrapbook page design
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