No, I am not talking about the space that is currently occupying my tired brain! LOL!
The white space I am thinking of relates to scrapbooking. I have found myself loving it more and more. The design theory behind it is that it allows the eye to rest and take in the other aspects of a graphic design or scrapbook page.
I used lots of it on this page. And it is truly white (well, cream to be exact). I am typically a kraft lover, but the Cosmo Cricket Circa 1934 has a gorgeous cream undertone that I wanted to pull out. I started laying this page out by using the chipboard and the Jenni Bowlin calendar card. The Family and TLC pieces were added next and before I knew it, I had a layout. It is as if I get possessed when I use Cosmo...it just falls into place and feels right!
Of course, throw a little Pink Paislee in the mix and you have some of my favorite companies! I love the new Artisan Elements...they are super detailed and intricate! I simply rubbed some Straw Distress Ink over the top and added touches of Olive Green! It is that easy! These little circular details were placed down in an effort to create more movement on the page.
All supplies are from the Novemeber kit at My Scrapbook Nook, which is sold out!
I adore these photos of Steve and Ella. I captured the moment at the apple orchard. She tripped and was dramatic (surprised?) so a hug from Daddy was warranted. No need for white space there.
Happy Friday all!