It's been a while since I featured some of my favorite layouts here on the blog. And is it just me, or is our gallery pretty amazing? It was super hard to pick a few to show here, and these are only some of my favorites.
▲ By Claire - Great use of white space and little clusters!
▲ By Tina - Great reminder to do an all about me layout. Love the question and answer format.
▲ By Paddy - Great effect with the stacked photo. I always love this look, but never think to do it myself.
Also I love the tucked in little words.
▲ By Marina - I love all the different contrasting papers and elements. It has just the right mix of mix and match.
▲ By Maia - Great way to show off a big photo. Love the words over the photo.
▲ By Vanessa - Love all the scattered bits and paint. Lots to look at, but not too much.
▲ By Megan - I love everything about this. The use of leaves and wood, the cutout, the clustering. Wonderful!
▲ By Kavel - Love all the bits and pieces scattered about. It's a real art to get things scattered just right, and she's done a great job!
A few weeks ago I was helping my mom design a business card for her new business when it occurred to me that I should really have a business card of my own. People are always curious when they find out that I run a website, and it was pretty lame that I never had a card to give them. But that problem has been solved.
I had seen a printing site called Moo around a bit in my internet wanderings, and I had kept it in the back of my mind as a place that looked like it would make cool business cards. So when I finally determined to get some, I thought I'd give it a go.
The reason Moo stuck out to me (besides being called Moo) is that they let you print a different image on every card. And when you deal with a lot of images, this a pretty cool feature. Also, they have a square card which is great for serious Instagrammers I suppose, but also ideal for digital scrapbookers!
No longer will people look at me with a confused stare when I tell them I digital scrapbook! The proof is in the pudding. (I think that expression makes sense here, I'm not really clear what it means, but I think it sounds good.)
The only problem is that they are really cute and I don't want to give them away. If you're interested in getting some business cards for yourself, use my referral link! It will give me a little something for when I run out of business cards, and it will also get you 10% off your purchase.
Pixel Scrapper Blog
Hi There! I’m Marisa Lerin and you’ll see me around at Pixel Scrapper a lot. I started this site in 2010 soon after I discovered a new love in digital scrapbooking. Pixel Scrapper has gone through some significant changes since that time and it’s grown into this lovely community site you are seeing now. I am daily surprised by the turn of life’s events that has led me down this path. If you're new to the site, welcome! Here are a few tidbits about me that I hope will help you get to know me better!
I’m originally from Minnesota, USA, but spent a good chunk of my childhood living abroad (in Bolivia and Hong Kong). I returned to Minnesota to attend university, got married and then moved overseas again (Korea, then Jordan and 1 year of traveling). My designs are heavily influenced by these many nomadic years. I am currently back in the USA, now living in the great state of Oregon!
I have no official training for what I’m doing, since I decided very wisely (haha) to study physics in university. I am always learning new things about digital scrapbooking, and this community has been immensely helpful for that!
If I manage to stop digital scrapbooking you will probably find me watching TV, reading or baking. I also enjoy writing for the blog here at Pixel Scrapper where I talk about whatever happens to be catching my fancy at the moment.
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