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2012-10-30-Tuesday-Freebie-Challenge

Here's my layout using Syndee's freebie. I'm not used to leaving so much white space. I'm not sure if that is what makes me uncomfortable or if there really is something I could fix. CC would be very appreciated.

 

Supplies used:

Scrap Girls: Syndee Nuckles--Flea Market Collection, Flea Market JIF6 (Members only), SNU_FleaMarket_FrameSPEC-Shadow;

Sarah Batdorf--Basic Shadows 6501;

 

Scraplift: SNU_FleaMarket_LO600_JSC

 

font: FG Cathie's Hand


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No cc needed, Monica - your layout is beautiful! I am not good at white space at all - feel the need to fill all of the nooks and crannies but your is just so pretty to look at1

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I think it looks wonderful and you did a really great job with your white space! The clustering is great and I really like how you tied in the top element to the photo cluster. Great work!

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Lovely page! I like all the white space. The cluster of ribbons on the left balances in a way with the strip and frame on the bottom. I like the lacy pattern on the background paper.

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So beautiful. Your white space is great; wouldn't change a thing. I really like the strip behind the photo cluster. Very pretty.

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Great picture! I love the way the ribbons in the top corner look with the freebie. This is such a lovely page -- don't change a thing!

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Monica I love this. That background papper witht he soft white stamp is beautifully blended with your photo and embellishments. The banners at the top look great and the flower cluster coming off is such a nice balance. The white space is perfect!

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Thank you, Ladies! You're kind comments have been quite reassuring. I'll leave it alone and print it for my parents.

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Love the white space - it really draws your eye to the focal point of the photo - love the way papers in the upper corner balance the LO - great job!

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