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Scrapbook Page Design Embellishing with a Visual Triangle and Visual Hierarchy

Embellishing scrapbook pages with a strong visual triangle is good because it moves the viewer’s eye through your page. While you can add eye-catching complexity with the skilled use of multiple visual triangles, a clean and straight-forward approach also yields stand-out designs. Did you know that when you work with a visual triangle it’s important […]

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Get Scrapbook Page Ideas from Grid Layout Pins

See the Grid Layout Pins on the Get It Scrapped Pinterest Boards for scrapbooking ideas you can use on your own layout designs. why grids? A grid structure is a solid layout starter, with a stable foundation that offers eye-catching options for organizing all the pieces of a scrapbook page: the words, papers, embellishments and photos that tell your […]

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Scrapbooking Ideas Inspired by Kim Watson’s Layouts | Get It Scrapped

Scrapbooking Ideas Inspired by Kim Watson’s Layouts

Studying scrapbook pages by others is a great way to get scrapbooking ideas for growing your own style. In this “study” look at how a scrapbooker has used product and design principles and how she’s handled the 5 parts of a scrapbook page (canvas, photos, title, journaling, embellishments). Our creative team studied pages by Kim Watson and made their own pages incorporating […]

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Add Layers Behind Cutaways to Strengthen Scrapbook Page Storytelling

Layering is a great tool for scrapbook page storytelling, and it takes on a new power when we see the elements below through a cutway (or negative space). Make the most of that opportunity and layer something behind your cutaway that supports your story and strengthens your page design. cut organic waves from an ocean […]

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