Good morning. Let’s start the new week with some inspiring layouts featuring SnickerdoodleDesigns’ newest release in the This is Me Series: This is Me November.
This is Me November is available (and on sale through November 15th!) at:
This Collection coordinates with all the others in the series for endless possibilities. I hope you have been adding them all to your stash, especially during the introduction period when the Collection is available at a special price. I’m showing you just a few of the gorgeous layouts I found in the galleries so I’ll hope for the opportunity to do a second post.
Combining the edger with the background paper, both found in the kit, makes for a gorgeous background in this layout by Zanthia. I like the way she placed the stitching, creating a border around the edge of the page. The rectangles in the photo and journal card contrast with the circle cut-outs and the cluster, weaving around and behind, makes for a cohesive design. This is a lovely tribute page.
Franlk used the same edger but it gives an entirely different look when combined with the checked paper. I like the way she stacked and blended the papers so one edge ends in a fade. The masking and framing of the photo is very creative. The scribble directs the eye to the photo and the stamped leaves support the theme. The single, vertical cluster completes the page flawlessly.
Glori’s layout tells a story about the artist herself as she used the Collection for an about me page. I like the way she blended the bit of lace and the stamped leaves into the edger and the background paper. The torn pieces behind the photos add dimension. The row of buttons helps to tell the story and the split title moves our view down and across the layout. The gold stitching on two sides frames everything beautifully.
The way Michelle added the framed photos to her page tells us a story. She only needed to add a few paper strips to complete the tale. I like the way she added the banner in the empty spot and as an aside, that turkey looks delicious.
The perspective in the photo (sketch) in this layout by Jenni is very engaging. Adding the poem using a triangular text path really moves us down the road and into the layout. The edger she chose is subtle and works to frame the page. Few embellishments are required beyond the small corner cluster.
The double framing in this layout by Chrissy really highlights the adorable photo of her granddaughters. The stacked papers are the ideal backdrop and I like the gold glitter and bits of paint she added. Her clusters are lovely and the two butterflies outside the cluster move us to the middle of the page.
If you would like to see more layouts featuring this gorgeous Collection, you can visit the Facebook album here: This is Me November Facebook Album. Thanks for reading along and I hope you have a creative week!