This week, our member Andrea (username AndieLiBrandi), is challenging you to utilize your white space to create a bold, floating title! Our members are so talented and we love seeing your work in the gallery! Check back each week as we ask one of our members to inspire you with a challenge based on one of their projects from our member gallery. Be sure visit Andrea to see more of her work and keep up with her!
Hi there! I'm happy to be bringing you some inspiration this week, along with a challenge! Let's get to it! For this layout, I chose to work with an Instagram pic of my son, sporting a washable marker tattoo...which he obviously was very proud of. I began building my page by covering the bottom half of the layout with a great ledger pattern, then added my picture alongside a PL card, which I printed my journaling onto. I love digging through my stash to find the perfect little bits & embellishments & stamps to match - I added these pieces in a vertical line down from my photo. Once the base was finished, it presented me with this perfect amount of white space at the top of my layout. Left alone, I didn't feel like this space had much impact, but once I decided to add my title to this area, the page was complete! These chipboard alphas are the best! Even though my title is short & simple, the visual effect packs a punch. So this is my challenge to you this week: create a layout or project with a bold floating title, set in the midst of white space...it's a great way to feature some of the awesome alphas or alpha stamps that SC provides in our kits & will definitely make your page stand out! I can't wait to see what ya'll come up with!
Now it’s your turn to create a project based on Andrea's challenge! Share your new project for the challenge in the SC gallery (add the hashtag #SCchallenge to make it easier to find!), then link up your project in the comments of this post by June 22nd and to be entered to win a $5 gift card to the Studio Calico Shop! This week's challenge winner will be announced in the June 27th Layout of the Week post.