Thursday, September 26, 2013

Inspired By...Voices

The assignment from Get It Scrapped!: Make a page in which the "voice" of one of your subjects comes through. What a great challenge! I need to do layouts like this more often.

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This page is about how much I enjoy my son's Twitter posts. He is grown up, married, and living in another state, but I can still catch glimpses of his sense of humor, opinions and attitudes through social media. I printed a small collection of his tweets that best reveals his personality to create this page. It was so much fun putting this together!

You can see what the rest of the design team has done in the article here.

Speaking of voice, here is a clever little 4-minute video from Debbie Hodge. You get the flavor of the interviews that take place every month over at Masterful Scrapbook Design. I try not to miss any of them, and always come away feeling inspired and connected to the online scrapbooking community. Love that!


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11 comments:

  1. What a great subject for a page! I like the layering behind the slightly tilted photo.

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  2. I really enjoyed doing this one too: my favourite challenge yet I think. Such a great choice for your voice Sue (and what a good way to keep up with what he's doing)

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  3. Love your approach to this, Sue. Great subject and fun little strips with the Tweets on them.

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  4. Such a fantastic idea to use his Tweets to be the voice on your page. Very clever!

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  5. i think this is my new fave! love the subject and the layout!!

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  6. I love your title box and the great picture - the tweets are too fun - all around wonderful!

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  7. Brilliant idea Sue! Love this layout!

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  8. What a fun page! Love the burlap word - it adds so much texture to your title. :)

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  9. Great page for the assignment Sue! Love how you added the tweets to your page, and the colors on your page go so well together!

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  10. HOW FUN!!! And he is VERY witty! :) I may need to follow him for some laughs! :)

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  11. Such a fun page!
    I love this idea :)
    I have to say, it's always fun for me to get a peek into my son's thoughts. He is doing ten minute journals for his English class and I love reading his ramblings :) With his permission of course ;)

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