Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A Highly Saturated Scrapbook Page Color Scheme

It is no secret that I love to scrapbook with plenty of color, especially saturated colors with their rich intensity. I was recently challenged by Get It Scrapped! to make a scrapbook page that uses at least two deeply saturated colors in substantial ways. The photos I selected were already saturated, so I knew they would stand up to other strong colors. 

Collection Featured: Basic Grey Spice Market
I used a gallon of teal, a quart of red and a pint of yellow in rich jewel tones to create a sophisticated primary color palette. The deep blue title and embellishments pop off the page and the generous white border gives the eye a place to rest. You can see what the rest of the team did with this challenge in the full article.

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6 comments:

  1. Very pretty product choices & colors! Fun photos!

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  2. Oh, I have this line. Love, love how you used this paper. Hadn't thought about rotating that pattern.

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  3. Great job on balancing the rich colors!

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  4. You've used the vibrancy of those colors to full advantage - fab page!

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  5. LOVE your colour choices!
    Alison xx

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