Thursday, November 8, 2012
Hello everyone! This is Rosy and today I get to bring you a Thursday Thievery post!
One of my favorite ways to start a scrapbook page is to scraplift, which basically means to take inspiration from someone else’s page that I love. Today we are lifting this gorgeous layout from Kim’s gallery entitled “Callie at 4“.
Isn’t it stunning?! I loved this page when I first saw it in the gallery and I was so excited to lift it! The darling photos of Kim’s daughter are perfectly complimented by the pink, green, and brown color scheme. The hexagons are repeated throughout the page and serve to bring the design together beautifully.
There are so many ways that you could go with a scraplift of this page and I think the Shabby Artists came up with some great examples of this!
On my page I kept the same design and hexagon arrangement, but used one vertical photo instead of two horizontal and changed up the color scheme to go with my pumpkin patch photo. I did use the same background paper and stayed pretty close to Kim’s clustering design, since this is something that I’m not naturally good at doing!
Lego’s version has simplified the design and color scheme to match her beautiful photos. I truly cannot say how much I love this page!
I love how Amber’s scraplift uses the same basic color scheme as our inspiration page, but in softer tones. Beautiful!
Emily rotated the photo spot for two vertical photos and I love how she’s layered the frames! The blues and greens go perfectly with her black and white photos.
Casharina used the hexagon shape as her main inspiration and scattered them throughout the photo cluster for this beautiful result!
Aubrey’s layout was also inspired by the hexagons and combined with the inner shadow trick it made a great backing for her photo and clusters.
Tomorrow Amber will be here to share a food friday post with you!