October 13, 2008

Mmm... More Memory Mixer!

Most of my papercrafting is inspired by others... I "scraplift" an idea here or an idea there... but this time I decided to pretty much duplicate a layout from Creating Keepsakes magazine that was created by Elizabeth Karchner. (She's brilliant-- check out her blog to see more of her creations!)


The main difference? Elizabeth made her layout mostly by traditional paper scrapping. I did a majority of my layout by creating it digitally in Memory Mixer. Here's a photo of the digital page alone:


Then I added some fun traditional embellishments (Bazzill brads and cardstock, pattern paper scraps, pop dots). Those really made the page come alive with texture, color and style. Here's the final product:


It was fun to try and make a digital layout look so much like a traditionally created page. Would you have known it's a Memory Mixers page?
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5 comments:

Karen said...

What a great way to see how you created this page. What a difference it made to add a few "real" embellishments - like the pattern paper, brads and torn cardstock! I am so impressed!

Malinda said...

This looks great. I don't think I would be able to tell online if it was done part digital. Nice lay out and cute baby!

Shawna said...

Great page Angela...I really enjoyed watching this come together!

Anita Cory said...

I love it....hybrid is amazing!
Anita

Deb said...

Just wonderful, wonderfully done Angela, I really love your stuff! I like the way it has so much texture to the look, it really is amazing.