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FotoInspired June 2019

By Tuesday, July 9, 2019 (MDT) 4 Comments

Today I’m updating you on my FotoInspired June 2019.

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June 2019 

A total of 3 double-page spreads – 3 of which covered the first few days of June and little Arizona Getaway.

Repetition

Simplifies the Process and Deepens the Impression

I am a big fan of BOTH.

  • Establish a ‘routine’ for creating your layouts, in terms of process and the techniques you use.
  • It’s OK to re-use templates and DigitalART supplies.
  • You can absolutely use of the same ArtPlay Palettes.
  • Focus on the stories and photos.
  • Remember this is supposed to be FUN 🙂

Keep FotoInspired Interesting

Repetition ONLY becomes a problem when it becomes monotonous.

  • Therefore it’s important to create variation within the repetition.
  • Modify Templates by rotating or switching out Frames/Masks from other Templates.
  • Mix and match ArtPlay Palettes or recolor as preferred.
  • Add in a new technique once in a while to add tension to the visual flow of your layouts.
  • Remember to have a little FUN!

Ultimately when you look at your pages as part of a collection, you won’t even notice the repetition.

Creative Team Inspiration

There is no right or wrong way to be FotoInspired.

Santa Barbara 2009 | Viv

 

Afternoon Tea | Ulla-May Shopping | Heather

Forde Abbey | Viv Up Not Down | Linda

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  • Diane Weber says:

    I really love your FotoInspired templates/pages, and love to see how you and your team use them. I especially like to see some boxes dedicated to just paper, artsy kardz, elements or text, and I enjoy the pages with larger borders. But because I work in 8×10 format (I am very happy with my Blurb books in this format), it’s sometimes a challenge to fit enough on a page. I shrink things down and rearrange, but somehow just don’t get the same effects. Wondering if you have any thoughts. And BTW I too love Core Power Yoga, been a member for nearly 5 years 🙂

  • Marnie says:

    All fantastic examples of scrapping with my favorite template sets…FotoInspired! Loving the newest Pack K!

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