Thursday, May 18, 2017

May 2017 Challenge #2 Mix It Up

Challenge #2 - Mix It Up

Be creative with your title and get mixing. 

Create a title using different styles of font, different sizes of letter or even a combination of letters and ready made words. 

Make a longer title or get clever with a single word that says more than the word itself. 

Embed your title in your journalling or as part of the photo or the background paper. 

Check out Pinterest for some interesting takes on creative titles and incorporate a title that's out of the box!

Let's see what our wonderful Guest Designer Christy as well as creative Master Forgers Lynnette and Susan have mixed together for us!

Guest Designer Christy has this fabulous layout to share with us.

"I approached the title by choosing word art, then adding in the title with mini letters and foam letters. The navy foam letters are comprised of two sets of alphabet stickers. The shade of navy is slightly different. I hid this shade difference a bit with some glitter glue. "

Love it!

Head over to her blog here for more details as well as a video! 

Lynnette is generally about the mix and not the match when it comes to her titles and this double page spread is no exception.  She used letter stickers to spell out the departure and arrival airport codes, a pre-made word and tiny alphas to mix her title.  

Susan created this page for the challenge.  Check her blog to find out what inspired her title!


Don't forget that there are more ways than ever to join in the fun - we love to see you join in!
post on your blog or our Flickr group
Sending love, Lisa

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