Monday, August 24, 2009

Circles, circles, and more circles!

Circles everywhere! Circles can add another dimension to a layout! Many times, the artist will cut the photographs in the shapes of circles to incorporate the shapes into their layout. Here, I choose another route--I left all of the photographs in rectangles (except for the one that is 4x4" in the bottom right corner), and then created circles around them! To keep the continuity, I added buttons around the focal picture (5x7"), and rub-ons around two of the curves of the supporting circles. For a more detailed look, click here.

Supplies used: Summer Craft Buttons, Assorted CTMH Rub-ons, Animal Cookie Creative Basics Collection, August Word Puzzle Stamp (soon to retire), Bold Color Ready Alphabet; Dutch Blue & Tulip Exclusive Inks; Coluzzle Cutting System.

I am teaching this layout a part of the Month's FLy By Series Workshop that features the monthly Word Puzzle stamps. The workshop will be this Thursday, August 27th from 6-8:30PM in Broadway. The cost is $16. $14.00 for club members. There are still spaces open if anyone is interested. E-mail me for details.
For those following the Fall Scrap Challenge, I completed :
#10. Use either real stitching, marker stitching, or rub on stitching somewhere on your layouts.
#12. 11.Use a circle on a layout - the top of a brad, a button, the circle made by an eyelet or a window charm does not counts towards this :)

1 comment:

  1. WOW - you really took our August crop challenges to heart. I love this layout!