My style is kind of eclectic and I don’t like to do the same thing over and over. I like to have fun and explore myself so you won’t see the same design.
– Venus Williams –
Scrapbooking is a method of capturing the moment as well as enjoying all the yummy products and pretty stuff that “falls out of each package.” And you LOVE an assortment of different digital supplies including color, patterns, and embellishments galore.
Your pages are stacked with embellishments and you’re best at clustering similar and different embellishments together; you really know how to pile everything on. You prefer realistic page embellishments, but you’ll choose the element that works best on your layout.
You mix and match patterns comfortably without hesitation; very few of your pages feature neutral-colored backgrounds.
Even though you may feel that sometimes your page looks chaotic, you’re not throwing everything up there and hoping for the best. You prefer to arrange and manipulate the elements to get them to create the visual flow you want.
Your pages aren’t complete without word art or fun titles. You’re not afraid to feature a full-length title front-and-center on your page.
Is that It? Heck no!
We’re just scratching the surface of Eclectic Style.
On August 28, I’d like to share with you:
- How Eclectics use the SUPER POWER of Master of Visual Chaos to build stand out pages.
- Plus, show you how Eclectics use pattern arrangement and embellishment manipulation methods and tactics to move your eye around the page.
- Plus, share how Eclectics use mixing and matching to create eye-catching impact.
- And so much more!
Don’t miss what’s coming up!