Project #1 - Break Out of a Band Foundation
First, a page I made several years ago using a vertical band as my design scheme. A few embellishments spill over the borders, but this is really a pretty tame example. Which is fine.
But for the class, I decided to go big or go home. Here's the same vertical band, but things are spilling out all over! The class liked all the fun colors and patterns.
|Collection Featured: Simple Stories Sn@p! Life|
Project #2 - Take It to the Edge
Again, a page I made earlier. The idea here is to have elements fall off the edge of the paper, like my hexagon border does. It helps guide your eye through the layout.
Here's what I submitted for class. I have to admit, this is outside of my comfort zone. I rarely take photos to the edge of the page, or use separate clusters in this way. The class liked the way I matted the photos and used the banners.
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So are you ready to break out of your borders into space? There are so many different ways to go about it. Something about crossing over boundaries appeals to me. (we won't explore that beyond scrapping) But I doubt this will be the end of my adventures on this topic!