Welcome to our Premier Top Picks announcement for February 2015. I’m excited to share with you the Top Picks from our February 2015 Premier gallery, but first let’s take a look at the kit and videos that inspired the beautiful scrapbook pages.
Featured Premier Kit—February 2015
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Three Cluster Page Design
by Barb Brookbank
Learn the design principles behind a dynamic and unified layout using three separate clusters. Find out what works and why it works. Create an interactive template to be used as is or rotated for variation.
Page & Photos: Barb Brookbank
Kit: Per Diem by One Little Bird
Font: DJB My Mood Ring Says Blah
Type Mask Portrait
by Christina Rambo
Learn a unique way to convey thought and emotion by using the Type Mask tool to create a graphic, personal portrait.
Retro-Mod Page Design
by Jenifer Juris
Designs from the 1960s, with their clean, bold shapes, are a great source of inspiration for scrapbook pages. I will show you how to put a modern twist on this retro-style layout.
Page & Photo: Jenifer Juris
Kit: Legacy of Love by Kristin Cronin-Barrow
Fonts: Caviar Dreams, Voltaire
Fade to Black and White
by Syndee Nuckles
Give your layout a whisper-soft look using a color photo that fades into black and white.
Page & Photo: Syndee Nuckles, kseniya_mitus
February 2015 Premier Top Pick
This month’s Premier Top Pick was a stand out! The emotive image of seeing these two special people lying side by side, one nearing the end of their life and the other brand new, was truly beautiful! Using Christina Rambo’s Type Mask Portrait Tutorial, nanci25 was able to highlight the special and most pertinent information about Grampa Joe without it overwhelming the photo. Your eye is instantly drawn to the baby and his great-grampa first and then to their story—masterful scrapbooking at its best. Congratulations nanci25. See nanci25’s page in the gallery.
More Great Pages
Congratulations to our other talented digital scrappers featured below (in alphabetical order). Click on the images to see the pages in the gallery.
Author: Jen White | firstname.lastname@example.org
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