Don't be afraid of using bold colors in your scrapping! You can use a plain background and use a variety of shapes from the busy
patterns to add some POP! See how our team used touches of the patterned papers or fun elements throughout their layouts to match their colorful
photos. How will you decide to use this month's kit? Do share your layouts and projects with us in our gallery!
Whipped by Lindsey Krauss
Digital Supplies: Hop and Skip by Handmaid and Sue Wood Designs for ScrapStreet.com, Font: 2Peas Sweet Pea.
Design Notes: Red and teal are one of my favorite paper scrapping colors, so I was thrilled to be able to use the same
colors, digitally, on my son's silly whipped cream photos.
Journaling: The Krauss Family has played with whipped cream for as long as I have been a part of it.
Spring Walk by Dora Phillips
Digital Supplies: Hop and Skip by Handmaid and Sue Wood Designs for ScrapStreet.com, Fonts: Segoe Script, Tencent Condensed, Yearbook.
Design Notes: I love to group when I am scrapping. Take any fun shape that you can google or that exists in your photoshop,
layer a kit paper above it, and hit control g. Instant coordinated shape for your layout. I created the scalloped edge and journal spot using this technique.
Journaling: Allie and Zack were taking a little photo walk for me. With every step, they tried to look carefree and springy but a curious
Wolfie wanted to know what this new game could be. She followed along begging for some love. The kids tried so hard to keep straight faces and keep on walking along.
Posers by Janice Badger
Digital Supplies: Hop and Skip by Handmaid and Sue Wood Designs for ScrapStreet.com, Font: Waltograph.
Design Notes: Don't feel you have to use the whole sheet of a busy paper. Cutting out a single stripe with dots was the perfect ribbon for the center of this layout.
Journaling: There were quite a few “photo spots” on Castaway Cay: in front of the ship from the Pirates of the Carribbean movie; on the fish’s hook, baited with hot dogs
(Matthew’s favorite), and near the bouys painted to look like Mickey, Pluto, Donald and Goofy.