From Layouts to Cards: Scrapbooking Inspiring Card Designs

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Fireworks layout by Jen Jockisch

Fireworks by Jen Jockisch. Supplies: Cardstock: American Crafts; Patterned paper: 7gypsies, BasicGrey, Jillibean Soup, My Little Yellow Bicycle, and Pink Paislee; Ribbon and stickers: American Crafts; Tag: Martha Stewart Crafts; Crystals: Swarovski; Die-cutting machine: Making Memories; Font: Autumn Leaves Modern Type; Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

 

 

Get Well card by Kim Hughes

Get Well by Kim Hughes. Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper and Core'dinations; Patterned paper: BoBunny Press, Cosmo Cricket, Lily Bee Design, Melissa Frances, and Pink Paislee; Flowers: Making Memories; Rub-ons: American Crafts; Brads: BasicGrey; Button and fibers: Papertrey Ink; Corner-rounder punch: Marvy Uchida; Scallop punch: Fiskars Americas; Stamps and ink: Papertrey Ink; Adhesive: Therm O Web.

 

When you look at Jen Jockisch's page, you easily see how Kim Hughes saw a card in it. Kim gave her card a different feel appropriate for the card's purpose while still using most of the elements on Jen's layout-including the space for the photo. The difference in the card is the absence of the title and journaling. Kim filled in the space left by removing these by rotating the photo-turned-focal-point element.

 

To read more about turning inspiring layouts into great card designs, take a look at the "Designer Challenge: From Layouts to Cards" article in the July/August issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine. To see the inspiration flow the other way, turning great cards into fantastic layouts, check out the July/August issue of Paper Crafts magazine.

 

Want to see more from the other talented Paper Craft designers who took part in our creative challenge? Check out their websites and blogs:

Betsy Veldman

Teri Anderson

Maren Benedict

Kim Kesti

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July/Aug 2010

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cards and scrapbook l/os
When you think about it, a l/o is a really big card with a picture, and a card is a small scrapbook page ! Love all these ideas !

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