Monday Inspiration by Beatrice- This Is Me August (Part 2)

I’m back on the blog bringing you more layouts using This Is Me August. I found so many creative layouts using this Collection, it wasn’t possible to limit myself to one post. If you haven’t yet checked out the This Is Me Series make sure you do since all the kits in the series coordinate.

The Collection is packed with a variety of papers and elements and includes premade borders, paints and word art, making it easy for you to put together a polished layout quickly during these busy summer days.

I like the page design in this layout by Deanna. She was able to include many papers and elements from the kit while maintaining the focus on the lovely photo of her granddaughter. I like the angled and stacked papers. The clusters at opposite corners move the eye diagonally down the page. I like the way she stitched down the papers at the bottom and added the glitter and paints. Tucking in the journaling completes the page just right. 

The framing in Glori’s layout is outstanding. I like the way she added the page frame to mimic the frames on the photos. The ribbon frame is perfect for the masked photo. She placed her clusters to form a visual triangle, adding eye appeal to the page.  The kit alpha she used for her title work matches her theme perfectly.

The gorgeous garden featured in Chrissy’s layout is the focal point of the page. I like the way she masked it and added the smaller close-up photo on top. The musical notes symbolize the singing of the birds represented by the bird element placed within her cluster. I like the kit word art she chose for her title and the floral paper strip across the edge of the page.

The photo in Cathy’s layout is equally adorable. I like the frame she chose and the way she topped it with the colored pencils, which could have been used to color in the frame. I like the way she bordered the sunflower paper with the solid paper on just two sides, stitching it down across the top. The butterfly appears to be hanging from the stitches. She placed her title and subtitle in opposite corners again assisting the viewer to take in the entire page. She also used the kit word art which is ideal for her title.

Sometimes things just work out as in this gorgeous page by Rochelle. She has the perfect photos to match the kit word art which she also used for her title. I like the way she tilted the frame atop the masked photo of her daughter. The smaller photos are placed in just the right spot. I like the way she tucked the colored pencils into her cluster and placed her clusters both in front of and behind her photos. I like the touches of pink she added via the paint and the edger she chose frames the page nicely.

The photo Jenni chose for her page is just darling. She also used the ribbon frame but made it smaller and tucked it behind the photo. Her gorgeous cluster cascades down the side of the page. The leafy paper, included in the Collection, showcases her floral clusters flawlessly. The paint spatters and accents add so much interest to the background. Her title is another one of the sentiments from the kit.

Once again I’ve reached the end of my post. I hope I have awakened your muse and inspired you to create some layouts of your own. Thanks for reading along and have a great week.

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Comments (2)

  1. All the layouts are lovely!!! It’s a great kit to play with for sure!

    August 13, 2018 at 3:19 pm
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