Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Telling My Scrapbook Page Story with a Venn Diagram

I love the visual storytelling that occurs on a scrapbook layout, so for this page I turned to a popular info graphic design, the Venn diagram, to tell my tale. This page is about the birth of our granddaughter. The interlocking hearts contain the names of our daughter in-law, son and granddaughter in a color scheme that echoes their union with a union of color. When red and yellow combine they make orange, thus our granddaughter's name is in orange.

I used my Silhouette to cut out three sets of hearts and layered them on the page for a tone-on-tone effect with dimension. The title and date are cut out of the white cardstock and backed with black cardstock. The names are letter stickers from Jillibean Soup. I thought I would embellish the page, but just fell in love with the simplicity and left it alone.

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  1. I love Venn diagrams I'm going to have to do this.

  2. Love how you did the hearts and the focus of the page. Truly beautiful!

  3. Great idea! Thanks for sharing this page.

  4. Really sweet! I love the intersecting hearts! Great idea!

  5. Gorgeous layout Sue!!! Hugs...x

  6. Beautiful layout. You were right, it needs absolutely nothing more. I think the interlocking hearts I'd an ingenious idea. Michelle t

    1. I'm sorry, that's supposed to say "is an ingenious idea."

  7. Just a stunning page! Beautiful graphic design.

  8. So very, very sweet and a great idea! :)


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