Aussie Scrap Source shares...
weekend inspiration was hambly, it was also a final tribute to say thanks for all your awesome products! I LOVE hambly always have and always will.
- photo taken in NZ Napier 2012
meeting their cousin for the first time, they had so much fun together!
special photo which I will send to my sister amanda!
|Materials: hambly all the way. there are heaps of layers here which is what i love about hambly!|
this next one is all hambly too...lots of scraps of hambly
all layered together and a touch of elle's studio tags.
"chickens" - these chickens are lazy egg layers too!!!!
and we have a page using websters and i might add this is my first time at using websters, i think i need more practice at fussy cutting... it was fun and i will have another go!
"beautiful girl" - sugar and spice.
|Materials: Websters papers, sticker alphas and embellishments, fimo bird, twiddleybitz chipboard birdcage.|
and don't forget each week we share a another readers challenge for you to take part in... so read take a read and join in!
Please EMAIL your pages or cards to us by next Tuesday 3rd July to appear in our Readers Challenge blog post.
Please try and use products supplied by Aussie Scrap Source brands (you’re quite spoiled for choice there!).
Our favourite layout each week (as voted for by our design team) will win a prize pack of Aussie Scrap Source goodies!
WEEK 7: Flow – the Z Theory
When we design a page, ultimately we want to be able to control where the viewers eye lands, and where it travels. The premise of the Z theory is a simple one and is based on the theory that western cultures read from left to right. If you overlay your page with an imaginary Z, placing the important elements along the z and its intersections can create a more dynamic page. The eye will naturally follow the path of the Z. You can use this rule on its own or alongside the rule of thirds to create many successful designs. In advertising or website design, the ‘call to action’ would be at the end of the ‘Z’ as that’s where the eye stops.
Be aware of the way your eye moves over the following layouts from our design team, and the two sketches we have provided by way of inspiration this week.
Hope we get to see a heap of fantastic pages by you all. It's never to late to join in on our readers challenges!
Thanks for popping by ...Miss wally xxx