Word Art Layouts
Word art, the artistic use of words on a page, is a growing trend in digital scrapbooking that adds beauty and meaning to your layouts. Here are a few of our favorite word art layouts to show you the many ways you can use this popular technique. For more ideas on adding word art to your digital layouts, check out Anna Aspnes feature, “Words from the Heart,” in Digital Scrapbooking magazine’s August/September 2008 issue.
materials paper, word art, stitching, brad, arrows, doodles from “Urban Gazette Collection” kit by Mandy Steward; cement paper from “Xtreme Teen Skateboard” collection by Durin Eberhart; notebook paper from “ScrapSimple Paper Templates: Textured Journal” set by Amanda Sok; doodle dots from “City Camo Doodle Transparencies” set by design butcher (scrapgirls.com) + Adolescence, Jet Plane and Bickley Script fonts + Photoshop (Adobe)
materials custom chick caricature (chickgraphics.com) + journaling circle from “Sweet Sarah” kit by Jackie Eckles; epoxy elements from “Epoxy Extravaganza” set by Patty Knox (designerdigitals.com) + paper, corner overlay (matterofscrap.com) + cardboard element from “The Basics Collection” kit by Maya (scrapbookgraphics.com) + brushes by Jason Gaylor (designfruit.com) + Mayfield font + Photoshop (Adobe)
materials paper, embellishments from “Braden” collection by Amanda Sok; brush from “Lined Charcoal” set, photo treatment from “ScrapSimple Tools—Actions: Photos That Pop for PSE” set by Mandy Steward; word art from “Sparkle Collection” by Melissa Renfro; alpha from “Janet” collection by Valerie Randall; journaling label from “ScrapSimple Embellishment Templates” set by Thao Cosgrove; curled edges shadows from “ScrapSimple Tools” set by Jan Hick (scrapgirls.com) + Whimsey font + Photoshop Elements (Adobe)
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