Seasonal Solutions:July/August 2010
Yellow Page Titles for Scrapbook Pages
Yellow is the perfect color for summer-warm, bright and full of energy. Whether you're scrapbooking pages about trips to the beach, the campground, or the park, chances are good that a color scheme that includes yellow will be a great choice. Try using yellow for a page title-here are three examples to inspire you.
Never Too Old for Summertime by Autumn Baldwin. Digital supplies: Software: Adobe; Word overlay and date brushes: Katie Pertiet; Flower and border: Leora Sanford; Fonts: Century Gothic and You Are Loved.
Color tip: Use a lighter and darker shade of the same color together. Autumn Baldwin's bright yellow page title has just the right amount of pop against the light yellow background of her page.
Cozumel Memories by April Massad. Supplies: Patterned paper: BasicGrey; Stickers: American Crafts, K&Company, Me and My Big Ideas, and Sandylion; Date stamp: Advantus; Ink: Clearsnap and Ranger Industries; Embossing powder: Ranger Industries; Font: CK Hustle.
Design Tip: Help yellow die-cut letters or stickers stand out by inking the edges with a darker color like orange, brown, or black.
Sunnier by Cindy Tobey. Supplies: Patterned paper: My Mind's Eye and Prima; Chipboard, flowers, and transparency: Prima; Sticker: BasicGrey; Crepe paper ribbon: Jenni Bowlin Studio; Rhinestones: Kaisercraft, Prima, and Zva Creative; Decorative-edge scissors: Fiskars Americas; Font: Georgia; Adhesive: Glue Dots International, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, and Tombow.
Design Tip: Tone down bright yellow letter stickers or die cuts by lightly stamping them with a text or texture print using white or gray ink.
- See ideas for yellow color schemes on page 2 -
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